About SLCS

2014 SLCS Annual Meeting at Lake View Farm

P1000256Larry SelzerKay & Karin Beij - Richard Davenport Award

the crowd

 

CLICK HERE  to read the speach given by Larry Selzer, President and CEO of  The Conservation Fund to the membership gathered at the 2014 Annual Meeting.

“The Society’s mission is to preserve the unique quality and character of the Squam watershed by protecting lands for present and future generations.”

 The Squam Lakes Conservation Society is a land conservation organization dedicated to the protection of the natural environment in the Squam Lakes Region of central New Hampshire for the benefit of all present and future residents and visitors.  SLCS was formed in 1960 by long-time residents of the area and obtained 501(c)(3) status as a private, non-profit charitable organization in 1961.

SLCS achieves the long-term protection of land by seeking, holding, and monitoring conservation easements and by accepting land ownership.  It envisions a unique region of islands, shorefront, back lands, and mountains wherein a harmony between the natural environment and mankind is preserved forever.  SLCS works towards this goal in cooperation with  state and local authorities, businesses, other conservation organizations, residents, landowners and visitors.

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