Saving the outdoors for all to experience.
Happy New Year! 

We have settled into our new office space at 6 Center Street and hope you’ll come to our Open House on January 28th (see details below). Right now we have almost 4,000 acres of land under contract for conservation!  It’s certainly an exciting time here at SELT. Read on for events, updates, and photos.

Best wishes for a great 2016,

Brian Hart, Executive Director

LCHIP Awards Grants to Two Family Farms               

Funding from the NH  Land and Community Heritage Investment Program will help protect Bodwell Farm and Monahan Farm.

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Tour Stonehouse Forest in Barrington Feb 6th

Tour this 1,500-acre property including natural ponds, large glacial erratics, streams and wildlife.

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New Signs Help Protect Private Lands at Stratham Hill Park   

New signage will help people know when they are entering privately-owned property.  
Join Us at Our Member Appreciation Open House on January 28th 

Come check out our new place, meet our staff and board members, and enjoy some light refreshments. 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Welcome Bev Shadley!
We're excited to welcome Bev to our team to help guide our outreach and strategic planning.  Bev has worked as an educator and fundraiser for environmental conservation nonprofits for 22 years including as Campaign Director for the Mt. Agamenticus Sea Conservation Initiative in York, Maine. She also worked as a consultant for a variety of nonprofit organizations including the New Hampshire Charitable Fund.
Wear It! Save It!
SELT T-Shirts For Sale 

Show your support for SELT with a colorful short-sleeve or long-sleeve all cotton tee!   

These also make a great gift.

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Photo of the Month
A woman snowshoes across a frozen beaver pond in Epping, New Hampshire. 

Photo by:Jerry Monkman, Ecophotography