Rehoboth Land Trust

Established in 1989, the Rehoboth Land Trust (RLT) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable corporation that seeks to assist in and promote the preservation of the rural/agricultural character of the town of Rehoboth, Massachusetts. We currently have over 100 acres under our stewardship. The Trust works in cooperation with and supports the activities of other conservation groups, such as we are doing with The Trustees of Reservations on the Palmer River Greenway initiative.

We acquire, preserve and maintain:

(1) areas for conservation of public resources and for preservation of watersheds, marshland, swamps, and other wetlands, and the animal and plant life therein,

(2) sections of historical significance or natural beauty

(3) greenbelts and similar open sections

(4) areas for outdoor education and training and other outdoor activities, and for appropriate public outdoor recreation and enjoyment.

To do so we acquire, hold, maintain, and enforce conservation and preservation restrictions, easements, and other interests in land, water areas and structures as appropriate and in the public interest. We acquire interests/ownership of land through the receipt of gifts, or by purchasing real property. The RLT also gratefully accepts donations of personal property to further our mission.

Contact Rehoboth Land Trust

Contact Rehoboth Land Trust

Adam W Latham
9 Anawan St
PO Box 335
Rehoboth, Massachusetts  02769-2804
Phone: (508) 252-1033


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