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The Piscataquog Land Conservancy

The Piscataquog Land Conservancy


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Founded in 1970, the Piscataquog Land Conservancy (PLC) is a private, non-profit land conservation organization dedicated to conserving the land, water and wildlife of twenty-three communities in southern New Hampshire. Comprising just 8% of the state’s land area, the towns and cities we serve are home to 28% of New Hampshire’s people. As of October 2021, PLC holds interests in 132 properties totaling just over 9,242.9 acres of land. Of this total, PLC owns and manages 27 preserves totaling 2,082 acres. We have a professional staff of four, and more than seventy local volunteer property monitors. PLC’s modest annual operating budget is funded almost entirely by the private contributions of individuals, families and businesses in our watershed communities. In 2017 PLC was awarded national land trust accreditation, a mark of distinction for private land trusts in the United States.

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5A Mill Street | New Boston, NH | 03070

https://plcnh.org/