Belmont Land Trustupdated: October 2016

The Belmont Land Trust was formed in 1999 when a group of residents realized that Belmont needs an independent organization to work with citizens, town officials, interested organizations, surrounding communities, and others to respond swiftly when opportunities arise to preserve precious open land.

One critical tool of a land trust is the Conservation Restriction.  Working with an interested landowner, the land trust creates an agreement to protect the land permanently.  The landowner retains ownership of the property while agreeing to limit development and other activities that could degrade the natural and scenic value of the property.


Contact Belmont Land Trust


Contact Belmont Land Trust

Neal Winston
President
PO Box 79138
Belmont, Massachusetts  02479-0138
Phone: 617-484-0539


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Middlesex County, Massachusetts


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