Saving the outdoors in southeastern New Hampshire
We have big news to share: Because of your support, the 1,500-acre Stonehouse Forest in Barrington has been conserved for generations to come. Thank you! Read the news story or Watch this short video expressing our deepest gratitude for the contributions of our donors and partners - SELT could not have done this without you.
Because of your gifts to SELT, nearly 2,300 acres of special lands are being permanently protected this winter – for public recreation, wildlife habitat, clean water, and farmland for our future! Through conservation easements and land acquisitions, SELT is working to protect the unique character of southeastern New Hampshire.
We are seeking two new full-time employees to join our office in Exeter: Conservation Coordinator (applications due December 29th) and Executive & Operations Assistant (applications due January 5th).
Brrrr! For the second year in a row, SELT staff members dove into the frigid waters at Jenness Beach in Rye to raise money for local conservation. On Tuesday, November 28th (known as "Giving Tuesday") we plunged together in solidarity to protect this place we call home.
Thank you to everyone who made donations and cheered us on!
Tri-City Subaru in Somersworth chose SELT as its local charity for Subaru’s annual, “Share the Love” campaign. From Nov. 16, 2017 to Jan. 2, 2018, Tri-City Subaru customers who buy or lease a new Subaru will have the option of directing a $250 donation to SELT, to support the stewardship of Stonehouse Forest for the future.
Visit SELT's table at the Winter Farmers' Market at Wentworth Greenhouses (141 Rollins Road in Rollinsford).
Come say "hello!" and learn about how SELT is helping New Hampshire farmers conserve their lands for a future of fresh, local foods.
Join us for a winter tree and shrub identification workshop at SELT’s Burley Farms in Epping. This workshop is for all knowledge and skill levels. Suggested donation is $5 per person/$10 per family. Please  SIGN UP HERE   before February 9th at noon.
SELT is a member-supported nonprofit land trust dedicated to conserving the special lands of our region, for today and tomorrow. Through land acquisitions and conservation easements, SELT strategically protects land for public access, clean water, farming, and wildlife. To learn more or become a member, visit www.seltnh.org .
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