Upper Valley Land Trust Inc

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19 Buck Rd Hanover NH 03755 USA


The Upper Valley Land Trust helps people protect the lands they care about most, including working farms, forested ridges, wildlife habitat, clean water, trails, and scenic views. By providing conservation leadership and practical assistance, UVLT helps individuals and communities secure the mixture of land uses critical to the region''s rural character and the vitality of its community life. Since 1985, UVLT has permanently protected over 400 parcels of land encompassing more than 39,000 acres. UVLT stands committed to the stewardship of these conserved lands for the benefit of present and future Upper Valley residents. UVLT is supported primarily by local contributions from individuals.


Working with landowners who choose to permanently protect the natural resources and scenic values of their land, UVLT uses legally-binding conservation agreements to restrict development while encouraging sustainable uses and wise stewardship. Some conserved lands are also open to the public for recreational enjoyment. Conservation agreements remain in effect, safeguarded by UVLT, as protected property changes hands through the years.

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Rating: 5 stars  

7 people found this review helpful

UVLT has been a delightful and professional partner in our efforts to conserve our farmland forever. We're so proud to have such a great organization doing such important work in our community.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

the small yet professional staff, the friendly feeling that permeates the organization, and the shared sense of purpose.

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About once a year

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