Stewardship

NEW PROPERTY NEW SIGN

NEW PROPERTY NEW SIGN
MENARD PRESERVE

New sign to be installed on Kennedy Court in May or June.  Property acquired December 15, 2014.   Property preservation is mainly watershed protection for the Blackstone River and consist of 13.7 acres.  

RAIL HEAD SIGNAGE UPGRADE

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TRAIL HEAD SIGNAGE UPGRADE

TRAIL HEAD SIGNAGE UPGRADE
NEW ROAD SIGN ON NATE WHIPPLE HIGHWAY

The new road sign is larger and more visable. This sign is at the Atlantic White Cedar Swamp 161 acre preserve on Nate Whipple Highway.
Funding came from the Mia Ackerman State Legislative grant. This is the first of 2 signs the grant will cover.

See related grant picture on the "News and Events" page.

Outdoor Educational Center (OEEC) gets a Face Lift

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The Scott Brook Project (GINGRAS PIG FARM SITE)

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The Atlantic White Cedar Swamp, James J. Bland, and Burlingame Preserves

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The Atlantic White Cedar Swamp, James J. Bland, and Burlingame Preserves Nate Whipple Highway Cumberland, Rhode Island

The Atlantic White Cedar Swamp, James J. Bland, and Burlingame Preserves Nate Whipple Highway Cumberland, Rhode Island

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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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