Noon Family Sheep Farm
 Three Rivers Land Trust
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The Three Rivers Land Trust has been instrumental

in saving various properties. In addition to the Noon Family Farm, some of the projects that the Three Rivers Land Trust has spearheaded include the Albert J. Sousa Family Preserve, Hutchins Forest, Hobbs Farm, Walnuts Hill, Berry Best Farm, Salmon Falls Reserve, Shapleigh Knoll, Red Wing Farm, Grand View Acres, Shaker Woods, Goose Pond Turtle Preserve, Mary Grant Nature Preserve, Wilbur Jones Farm, and Ridley Farm.

The 243 acres of the Goat Hill property in Acton was protected from development thanks to the collaboration of the Three Rivers Land Trust, Maine Farmland Trust, and the town of Acton.  Other recent properties protected by the Three Rivers Land Trust include the Jonathan and Gina Gutman property on the Lebanon/Acton line. The Land Trust has conserved around 2120 acres of public and private land, and owns an additional 469 acres. They are presently fundraising for Hansen Pond, a 275-acre parcel in Acton.