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Map of completed projects in New Hampshire's White Mountains area through 2010.

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More than 240 acres of land in Barrington, N.H., including Stonehouse Pond, have been permanently protected, The Trust for Public Land and the Strafford Rivers Conservancy announced today.

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Raspberry Farm, located on Route 84 in Hampton Falls, has been permanently protected, The Trust for Public Land, the Town of Hampton Falls, the Natural Resource Conservation Service, the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance, and the Rockingham County Conservation District announced today.

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The Trust for Public Land, the Town of Errol, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced the permanent protection of 5,016 acres of former T.R. Dillon Logging Inc. lands in the Town of Errol, N.H. Of the newly protected land, 3,177 acres have been added to the Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge and 1,839 acres have been added to Errol's town forest, the 13-Mile Woods Community Forest.

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The Trust for Public Land (TPL), a national nonprofit conservation organization, announced co-winners for the 2009 Annette and Kingsbury Browne Volunteer Conservationist of the Year award. Phil Auger and Mark Billings, both of New Hampshire were honored at a dinner last night in Portsmouth.

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The Trust for Public Land and the U.S. Forest Service today announced the conservation of 100 acres that permanently protects access to two historic and popular hiking trails. These trails-the Randolph Path and Sylvan Way-provide public pedestrian access to the Presidential Range, America's highest mountain range east of the Mississippi River and north of the Smoky Mountains. The land is now part of the White Mountain National Forest.

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The Trust for Public Land (TPL), a national nonprofit conservation organization, today completed its purchase of the Page Pond and Forest property from the Wilds of New England. TPL directed the deed for permanent ownership to the Town of Meredith, which will preserve the property as conservation land in perpetuity.

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The Trust for Public Land (TPL), a national nonprofit conservation organization, announced that they have reached agreement with the Wilds of New England to purchase Page Pond and Forest at a substantially reduced price.

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The Trust for Public Land, along with the Town of Strafford and Bear-Paw Regional Greenways, gathered today with local, state and federal officials near the Isinglass River to announce that 868 acres have been permanently conserved. The Isinglass River Conservation Initiative originally focused on acquiring 287 acres containing 7,800 feet of frontage on the Isinglass River.

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The Trust for Public Land (TPL), a national nonprofit conservation organization, announced that it has completed a project to conserve 1,670 acres in Stoddard, known locally as the Robb Reservoir property. The Harris Center for Conservation Education, a key partner in the effort and now owner of the property, hosted a celebration today marking the successful conclusion of the two-and-a-half-year effort. A brief ceremony was followed by the unveiling of a new sign for the property.