COVID-19 UPDATE: The Harris Center has canceled or postponed all in-person programs and events through at least June 15. The Harris Center building will also be closed to visitors until June 15. Our trails and grounds remain open.
Land Protection & Stewardship
Caring for the Land, Now and Forever
When you protect land, you leave a legacy for generations.
There are many ways to protect land. You may wish to sell or donate your land, or consider a conservation easement — in which you retain ownership of the property, but donate or sell the development rights to a land trust like the Harris Center. Each conservation easement is uniquely designed to meet the needs of the landowner while protecting the conservation values of the land.
With land protection comes responsibility. Every year, we visit all of our 100+ conservation easements to ensure that the terms of each easement are being upheld. In addition, Harris Center-owned lands may require habitat management, trail improvements, invasive plant removal, and signage, among other tasks, to protect their conservation values.
For more information on protecting your land with the Harris Center, please contact Eric Masterson at (603) 525-3394 or by email.