Sleeper Farm in Loudon The Five Rivers Conservation Trust helped protect a sixth generation family farm with a conservation easement on 93 acres in Loudon. This magnificent farm consists of crops on prime agricultural soils, sheep pastures and a carefully managed woodlot.
1954 Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas leads a "blister brigade" of hikers down the old Chesapeake and Ohio canal from Cumberland, Md. to Washington D.C. to oppose a highway that he said would spoil the natural beauty of the canal. The area became a 12,000 acre national park in 1971.
Saving Special Places is New Hampshire's largest annual conservation event. Whether you're new to conservation and want to learn from the people who do it every day or you're an old hand wanting to network with colleagues, Saving Special Places is not to be missed.