Jennifer Molin owns and manages Northeast E.D.M. in Newburyport, MA, a job shop, that does work in the medical, aerospace and commercial fields. She lives in Freedom, NH where she is actively involved in a variety of causes, most recently the creation of a store run by volunteers with a goal of re-invigorating the town village. It was the effort to create the Freedom Town Forest that first drew her to The Trust for Public Land. Looking back on that experience, Jennifer states “Writing a check to save some land is a lot easier than getting involved and making it happen. Sometimes in life, you really have to push yourself more than normal to get yourself to do the right thing. It was knowing that I would have a hard time living with regret that got me started, and then kept me going on the conservation of the 2,600 acres of land, that became Freedom, New Hampshire’s first Town Forest. But it was The Trust for Public Land who came in like Superman, pulling it all together, that ensured the conservation. Me and others were just part of the catalyst that got it all started. For that reason, as well as the many similar stories that I have now become of aware of, I want to continue to support and help The Trust for Public Land in any way I can.” Jennifer is a graduate of Boston University.