Lincoln Land Conservation Trustupdated: December 2009

The Lincoln Land Conservation Trust (LLCT), a not-for-profit tax-exempt private trust supported by voluntary contributions, was founded to preserve the rural character of Lincoln, to develop trails therein, to establish sound conservation practices, and to engage in preservation, enjoyment, education and scientific study of Lincoln’s natural areas.

operates in cooperation with the Lincoln Conservation Commission and the Rural Land Foundation to acquire and maintain undeveloped lands in town for agriculture, quiet recreation and education, wildlife habitat, water resource protection along with our viewing pleasure. This is accomplished through:

• Leadership in overall land acquisition planning and protection mechanisms - prioritizing, determining funding sources, and developing creative approaches to land protection
• Stewardship of conservation land – laying out and maintaining trails throughout Town; and protecting the natural resources of conservation land
• Advocacy and education about Lincoln conservation resources – the voice of conservation in Lincoln through programs in the schools, publications, and town-wide forums, lectures, and cultural events
• Community outreach and membership – reaching out to all Lincoln residents through a newsletter, brochure, Lincoln Journal articles, volunteer workdays, neighborhood activism, membership development, volunteer data base, and web page
• Research, analysis, and planning – maintaining a land inventory and records, open space map, and wildlife, pond, and forest studies
• Fund raising – soliciting annual funds, receiving memorial donations, and helping to raise acquisition funds.

Contact Lincoln Land Conservation Trust

Buzz Constable
PO Box 6022
Lincoln, Massachusetts  01773-6022
Phone: (781) 259-0199
Fax: (617) 542-3628


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