New Hampshire: Celebrating 25 Years
Conserving land for people in New Hampshire
Over the past 25 years, The Trust for Public Land has partnered with communities, state and federal agencies, and other conservation organizations to complete almost 100 conservation projects, raise more than $100 million in public and private funds, protect some 225,000 acres, and improve the quality of life for many thousands of people who live in and visit the great state of New Hampshire.
In celebration of our quarter-century in New Hampshire, we're delighted to share a few of the special places we've conserved together. With your help, our work extends to all corners of the state: from Portsmouth to Pittsburg and Walpole to Freedom. We've protected expansive forests, well-trodden trails, family farms, and the lakes, rivers, and watersheds that feed our water supply.
As we pause to celebrate 25 years of conservation, we are reminded there is still much to do. Your continued support will help us conserve 31,300 acres of natural land in the Androscoggin Headwaters, the vital watershed and wildlife habitat of Sprucewood Forest, and many other priority conservation projects.