Two new parcels of property donated to Museum’s Land Trust

HLF Museum Land Trust map with properties shown in white.

The Land Trust of the Henry L. Ferguson Museum is pleased to announce the donation in late 2016 of two undeveloped parcels of property which will now be held in perpetuity in their natural, undeveloped state.

The first, donated by Henry and Margaret King, consists of over one acre and is designated as FIDCO  lot 2-1. It is located on the North side of the East End Road.

The second, donated by Chris Rafferty and Kathleen Lamborn, consists of almost three acres and is designated as FIDCO lot 32-2. It is located on the East side of Clay Point Road.

If you are considering a possible donation of land to the Land Trust, please contact Museum Vice-President Bob Miller at Total acreage protected from development under Land Trust auspices, either directly or through conservation easements, now exceeds 330 acres, more than 15% of the Island’s land mass when you exclude the surface area of the major ponds.

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