The Hull Land Conservation Trust is a Massachusetts Chapter 180 non-profit corporation. It is in the process of applying for federal 501(c)3 public charity status. TheTrust’s federal public charity status will be retroactive to January, 2007, when the Trust was formed.
The Land Trust is guided by the Hull Open Space and Recreation Plan, including the Weir River Estuary Land Protection Plan. The Estuary Land Protection Plan ranked 152 parcels of undeveloped land in
Hull along the Estuary according to 1) current level of protection and 2) whether the land has desired features, including:
· Scenic value
· Being at the edge of the Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) or a salt marsh
· On or along a connecting path
· Kayak access potential
· Near Estuary Center
· Salt marsh
· Contiguous habitat
· Geological or historical value
· Potential restoration of former marsh
· Fresh water wetlands
· Large property or part of a large property
The highest priority properties in the Land Protection Plan are privately-owned undeveloped parcels that are threatened by development and have five or more desired features.
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Contact Hull Land Conservation Trust
P.O. Box 1081
Hull, Massachusetts 02045 Phone:
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