• 27.13 acres
  • 8/04
  • U

Route 103B, Sunapee

When the Red Water Creek Alliance formed to raise the funds needed to purchase the development rights to one of Lake Sunapee’s most important wetlands (The Frank H. Simpson Reserve), neighbor Marcia Wright immediately offered to donate a conservation easement on her abutting 27.13 acres. Because her property has over 600 feet of road frontage on Route 103-B in Sunapee and it includes part of the SRK Greenway trail, this easement provides open space visually to the public as they drive by and it is open year round for hiking, skiing and snowshoeing. In addition to the mixed woods forest, there are 5 acres of wetland and a perennial stream that flows into the Red Water Creek Wetland. This Property is part of a larger ecosystem including more than 1,000 acres of conservation easement properties, all of which provide significant habitat for a diversity of wildlife populations.

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