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Photo: Neil Ungerleider
Anton Farm has been owned by just three families since 1765; a conservation solution was sought.
For 50+ years, Janis and Perley Bailey have made their home on 65 acres of rolling fields.
Like many of the next generation of farmers, Chris Grant faced expensive land costs.
The Lynn Boys & Girls Club needed funding for its future.
Nathaniel and Hester Clapp of Ipswich wanted to remain on their property.
Maureen Corbett wanted the native woodlands adjacent to her Haverhill home forever protected.
A grassroots campaign saved a 44-acre historic farm from development.
The Gardners wanted to conserve as much of their 80-plus-acre landscape as possible.
Ceasing its operations, the transfer of properties to Greenbelt was the best path forward.
John Morris' children’s plans did not include the 25-acre land in Newbury.
A goal of protecting woodlands, native wildlife, and providing a scenic buffer to development.
Bryon & George Leonhard wanted to preserve the farmland they love from development.
The Mehaffeys reached out to Greenbelt to seek help preserving their farm.
Bob and Barbara Morehouse spent 40+ years growing their farm into a favorite destination.
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Greenbelt thanks the photographers whose work is featured prominently on our website: Jerry Monkman, Dorothy Monnelly, Adrian Scholes, David Alden St. Pierre & Neil Ungerleider