- Associated Press - Thursday, August 7, 2014

PLAISTOW, N.H. (AP) — The 400-acre town forest in Plaistow, New Hampshire, is going to be protected for future generations.

The Eagle Tribune reports (https://bit.ly/1oGqxiM) the town finalized an agreement with the Southeast Land Trust for a conservation easement.

Town Manager Sean Fitzgerald said the easement will go a long way to protecting a valuable resource and popular place for hiking and other recreational activities.

Voters supported the plan at Town Meeting this year, agreeing to fund additional costs for the preservation project.


Information from: Eagle Tribune (North Andover, Mass.), https://www.eagletribune.com

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