Thank You for Making Our Annual Town Clean-Up and Swap Meet a Success!
Thanks to everyone who came out to help keep our town clean. Families and friends enjoyed a cup of coffee and a snack while they decide which stretch of road to clean, then grab a trash bag and a pair or rubber gloves, and did their part to keep Warren naturally beautiful.
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Dorothy Maier and the Founding of The Warren Land Trust.
May Brawley Hill, one of the "founding mothers" of the Warren Land Trust.
Carolyn Brau Board Secretary.
The Warren Land Trust is an advocacy group dedicated to the preservation of the rural character of Warren. Its mission is to preserve farmland, open space, natural and endangered resources such as wetlands, forests and wildlife habitats, to encourage outright gifting of land for permanent protection and the use of conservation easements to preserve open space.
The Warren Land Trust Inc. is a non-profit corporation founded by Warren residents in 1989 to preserve the rural character of our town. We are managed by a Board of Directors, which is elected each year at our annual membership meeting in October.
To date, we have over 650 acres under our protection.
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Sample Forest Conservation Easement
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