Conserving open space protects air, soil, and water quality, while providing wildlife with room to roam and deepening our own connection to the land. The Harris Center protects over 18,000 acres of land in the Monadnock Region for wildlife and people alike. We have also played an integral role in stitching together a 33,000-acre Supersanctuary of connected protected lands in the towns of Antrim, Greenfield, Hancock, Harrisville, Nelson, Peterborough, and Stoddard.
To conserve these special places for present and future generations, we have joined forces with landowners, towns, government agencies, and dozens of local and regional organizations. Our conservation organization partners include: the Monadnock Conservancy, the Society for Protection of New Hampshire Forests, the Nature Conservancy, New Hampshire Audubon, New England Forestry Foundation, New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, Trust for Public Land, and municipalities throughout the Monadnock Region.
For more information on conservation easements, conserving land with the Harris Center, or other aspects of the Harris Center’s land conservation program, contact Land Protection Specialist Eric Masterson at (603) 525-3394 or email@example.com.