There are many benefits to conserving these properties. Move your mouse over the images below to view some of them.

    • Strengthens the history between High Mowing School and the Frye Family which began in 1929

    • Preserves diverse natural communities including NH Wildlife Action Plan highest ranked habitat

    • Preserves important farmland by including 88 of the 1,596 acres of federal important farmland in the town of Wilton

    • Covers four of the town-mapped Wilton public wellheads

    • Connects to contiguous land to create 460+ acres of conserved land on Abbot Hill

    • Protects over 800 feet of state-designated Souhegan River frontage

    • Protects forests by using sustainable practices

    • Provides public access to recreational trails including NH corridor 13