Historical Document - 1896
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The Land Trust presented Rare Plants of Cumberland in a public workshop on March 21, 2015.   If you missed it and interested or have information on rare plants sends us an email from our Contact page.


Read about the vanishing Monarch Butterfly and how you can help support its growth. The Land Trust and Franklin Farms have farm fields of Milkweed that the butterfly thrives on.
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About The Cumberland Land Trust

The Cumberland Land Trust is a private, non-profit, charitable, conservation organization run by a dedicated group of volunteers. Our mission is to preserve the natural resources of Cumberland for present and future generations by preserving land for open space.

Since incorporation in 1989, we have protected 354 acres of land acquired through purchase, donation and conservation easements.

The Land Trust applies for grants from private foundations and organizations and from government sources to help acquire select properties including streams, ponds, wetlands, open space, working farms, scenic and natural sites and historically significant properties.

The Cumberland Land Trust is a sponsor of The Land Trust Alliance, a national organization of land trusts, and works closely with The Nature Conservancy of RI, the RI Audubon Society, and the 43 other land trusts in the state.


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