The Bedford Land Trust is a private non-profit organization that protects more than 700 acres of land in Bedford, by holding conservation easements on a number of properties.
We encourage you to explore and celebrate these beautiful properties!
Our volunteer Board of Trustees and Advisors are dedicated to assuring the protection of important natural resources and open spaces in town. Learn more...
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”
Bedford Land Trust in the news...
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October/November Special Event:
“Bedford Land Trust - Celebrating 25 Years of Land Conservation through the Eye of an Artist”
Sponsored by the Bedford Land Trust and Sullivan Framing and Fine Art Gallery
The Bedford Land Trust’s Annual Meeting
Thursday, October 27, 2016, 6:00–8:30 PM, Bedford Public Library
Includes a talk by noted Senior Research Ecologist, Dr. Elizabeth Farnsworth of the New England Wild Flower Society, “State of New England’s Native Plants: Challenges and Opportunities for Conserving New Hampshire Habitats.”
Have photos of BLT properties that you'd like to share?
Feel free to submit them to us, and they just might end up on our web site!
Get outside and enjoy Bedford!
Ways to Give Today
Conservation of open space is a gift we give to future generations and ourselves. Your support is very much appreciated. It helps us in our mission to preserve the rural character of Bedford by conserving and caring for the open space and natural resources in our town.
You can also consider supporting our efforts by making a contribution today. Click below for more information:
If you have questions about the Bedford Land Trust, our conservation easements, or how you can support the Trust by volunteering your time and talents, please contact us.