October 21, 2020
Keyword: Land Trust
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The history of the Yaghjian Farm dates back to 1901 when Andras Yaghjian, concerned by the political unrest that eventually led to the Armenian Genocide in 1915, emigrated with about 40,000 of his … more
What is a conservation restriction? A conservation restriction or CR (also known as a conservation easement) is a legal agreement that prevents any future development of the land, but does not alter … more
Earth Day is an annual event created to celebrate the planet's environment and raise public awareness about pollution. The day, marked on April 22, is observed worldwide with rallies, conferences, … more
The Pray family, who have been farming in Seekonk and Rehoboth for over 5 generations was awarded the prestigious Mary Wilson Community Conservation Award by the Seekonk Conservation Land Trust at … more
The annual meeting of the Seekonk Land Conservation Trust was held at the Seekonk Library on April 9, 2019 and featured an informative presentation from Seekonk’s Conservation Agent, Jennifer … more
LAND TRUST TO HOLD ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Seekonk Land Conservation Trust will be held on Tuesday, April 9th, 2019 at 7pm at the Seekonk Library. The Land Trust will have a short … more
The annual meeting of the Seekonk Land Conservation Trust was held at the Seekonk Library on April 3, 2018 and featured a presentation titled "Clean Energy For All: A Solar Solution" by Andrew … more
Matthew Wills of Seekonk High School was awarded the prestigious Mary Wilson Community Conservation Award by the Seekonk Conservation Land Trust at their annual meeting April 3, 2018. Each year this … more
The Rehoboth Land Trust will hold its annual meeting on Monday, March 5, 2018, in the Tilton Room at the Carpenter Museum at 7 pm. A portion of the evening will be devoted to honoring the Dyer family … more
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