Worth Knowing: Major gift to local conservation organization thanks to the generosity of a Norwich couple
The Hanover Conservancy has announced the acquisition of a pristine 79-acre parcel of land thanks to the generosity of Doug and Katharine Britton of Norwich on October 31, 2018. The forested parcel cloaks the west slope of the iconic Moose Mountain ridge just below the North Peak, surrounded on three sides by permanently protected and/or public land, including the Conservancy’s own Mayor-Niles Forest, given to the Conservancy just five years ago this month.
Take a digital tour of this magical parcel - the Britton forest - here.
In the Britton Forest
Doug Britton observed, “It’s not often that landowners have the opportunity to add acreage to existing conserved land, especially in areas important to wildlife, water resources, forestry and recreation. We are pleased to make this gift to the Hanover Conservancy, strongly support their mission, and appreciate their assistance in making this transfer happen.”
The Hanover Conservancy is a private, non-profit organization focused on land conservation in Hanover, NH. The Conservancy is dedicated to the conservation of land and water, and to deepening the appreciation of natural resources for the benefit of the Hanover community and beyond. It strives to achieve its mission with programs in land conservation, active land stewardship, environmental education and support for conservation oriented public policies.
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