2,548 acres of owned forests and wetlands...
MUCH OF IT IMPROVED FOR PUBLIC ACCESS!
The preservation of viable native wildlife populations, species of concern, public recreational access, water quality, forest and agricultural resources, beauty and ecological integrity are key focuses of our efforts. Our first major land acquisition was the Heald and Bradley Reserve, made possible through the generous support of many in the form of donations, gifts and grants.
Our most recent acquisitions include:
329 acres along the western shore of Sucker Brook, increasing the Sucker Brook Outlet Reserve to 578 acres
50 acres south of Horseshoe Pond
53 acres on Christian Hill
198 acres, including Amos Mountain, increasing the Heald and Bradley Reserve to 801 acres, a 110 acre addition to the Back Pond Reserve
64 acres surrounding Whitney Pond and 56 Acres at Proctor Pond
Since then the following properties have come under GLLT ownership.
|Heald and Bradley Pond Reserve||801||Public access for hiking and snowmobiling|
|Wilson Wing Moose Pond Bog Preserve||32||Public access for hiking bird viewing platform|
|Bishop Cardinal Reserve||69||Public access for hiking and multiple uses|
|June Wing Preserve||12||Species preservation|
|Chip Stockford Reserve||155||Public access for hiking and multiple uses|
|Kezar Outlet Fen||265||No developed public access|
|Kezar River Reserve||114||Public access for hiking and multiple uses|
|Sabra Creeper Hill Reserve||65||No developed public access|
|Five Kezar Reserve(Formerly known as Bacl Pond Reserve)||259||Public access for hiking and multiple uses|
|Conifer Reserve||17||No developed public access|
|Fairburn-Bradley/Heald||1||Parking lot for trailhead|
|John A. Segur Wildlife Refuge||578||Public access under construction x-country ski|
|Horseshoe Pond Reserve||50||No developed public access|
|Proctor Pond Reserve||56||No developed public access to date|
|Whitney Pond Reserve||64||No developed public access to date|