We wanted to keep a large expanse of the land in forest and in perpetuity for our children and our children’s children.
I have many cherished memories of my family and growing up on the family farm.
We’re grateful to call this place our home, knowing that it will live on in its natural state long after us.
Anyone, whether they are Native or not, can make a choice to be a life giver to the land.
It’s for them: our grandchildren and their children for generations to come.
It would be a shame to take these fields out of diversified agricultural production.
Our motivation is simple: to protect and preserve this land for future generations.
We wanted to protect this 19th-Century farm for future generations.
This land supported my family for 37 years, and it will remain protected.
When I was a young kid I always dreamed of having our farm intact.
We feel like we can rest easy knowing that this beautiful land is protected.
I donated 53 acres to FLLT so that it would be protected forever.
I like the idea that this little oasis will remain essentially as is forever.
We’re glad this land will continue to provide habitat forever.
The land on South Hill is special to our family in so many ways.