A campaign to preserve 154 acres of prime forest and farmland in southern NH for programs and practices that promote sustainability and a love of nature.
For seven generations the Fryes have farmed Abbot Hill, and for 70 years the High Mowing community has been inspired by the view across what is known as Frye Field. But without an eighth generation to manage the farm, the Frye family is selling 101 acres of forest and farmland. It is their wish to preserve this land, and with it the tradition of farming and land stewardship.
It is High Mowing’s goal to purchase and conserve these 101 acres—to preserve these horizons. As part of this project, 53 acres of High Mowing land will also be placed under conservation, creating a combined 154 acres of newly conserved land spanning from the top of Abbot Hill down to the Souhegan River. This conserved land can then be used to create unique educational, cultural, and community initiatives in one of the most stunning landscapes in southern New Hampshire.