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ACT is an Accredited Land Trust!

We are very proud to announce that we have been awarded certification by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, the national organization dedicated to establishing and guiding the best practices for land conservation organizations. This is actually an enormous achievement for ACT. We are only the fifth land trust in New Hampshire – and by far […]

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ACT is Applying for National Accreditation and Invites Your Comments!

ACT has applied for accreditation with the Land Trust Alliance (LTA), the national organization that oversees the operations of land conservation organizations. As part of this process, ACT invites comments on its operations to be sent to the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, and independent program of LTA that conducts an extensive review of ACT’s policies […]

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ACT Names Advisors

ACT has named its first official group of advisors, individuals who provide expertise to the organization and its director, Rebecca Brown. All are leaders in the conservation field. “We are really fortunate to have such a depth of talent and expertise among our board members and advisors,” Brown says. The advisors include two former ACT […]

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Ilacqua Joins Board; Officers Named

Tony Ilacqua of Littleton has joined the board of directors of the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust (ACT). Tony and his wife Carol conserved their 100-acre property with ACT in 2009. ACT also named its officers for the year. “I joined the board for the same reason we conserved our land,” Tony says. “I want to continue […]

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The New ACT Web Community

Welcome to our new Web Community. These days, a simple “web site” just doesn’t cut it any longer. This site is a work in progress,  and our attempt to connect with our community in ways that are just not possible with a regular web site. We encourage you to browse and comment where you see […]

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