Farms and ranches
The Trust for Public Land is working in partnership with city and county governments, timber companies, and land trusts to acquire properties and finance conservation easements in California's North Coast region.
Buffalo Hill Farm, located fifteen miles south of Worcester, has a rich history.
A significant portion of historic Buffalo Hill Farm, the former summer home of Dr. Elliott P. Joslin and Elizabeth D. Joslin, has been permanently conserved for agricultural purposes, The Trust for Public Land and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts announced today.
A 34-acre Stonington, Conn. farm property overlooking the Mystic River, could be conserved for recreation, habitat protection, and connections to other natural areas, the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center and The Trust for Public Land announced today.
The Trust for Public Land is working to protect 43 acres wedged between Kremer Lake and the Edge of the Wilderness Scenic Byway in the heart of northern Minnesota's Chippewa National Forest.
Located on a particularly scenic portion of the Northern California coastline, Point Arena is known for its dramatic coastal shelves and bluffs, spring-fed waterfalls.
Once approved for 5,000 new homes, the Highlands property contributes to over 34,000 acres of protected, contiguous open space in the Yuba Foothills.
The Gecho Ranch in the heart of the Madison Valley has 1,406 acres of grazing land, wildlife habitat, and is in an area that is considered one of the most ecologically intact corners of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
A newly formed group of Walpole residents, called "Citizens for Sunny Rock Farm," has formed to lead the effort to save 74 acres of Sunny Rock Farm, located on North and Fisher Streets, for the benefit of the Walpole community.
A sixth generation ranching family chooses a modern solutuion to keep their livelihood alive.