Welcome to the Pemi-Baker Land Trust (PBLT). We are a local land trust serving the towns of the Baker River and upper Pemigewasset River Valleys in central New Hampshire. Since we are a small regional land trust we can serve people with parcels of land that are not of interest to the large land trusts such as the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests or The Trust for Public Lands.

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PBLT covers lands in or parts of: Benton, Campton, Dorchester, Ellsworth, Groton, Holderness, Lincoln, Orford, Piermont, Plymouth, Rumney, Thornton, Warren, Wentworth, and Woodstock, a region defined more by watershed than political boundaries.

We currently protect seven properties, three through direct ownership and four by holding conservation easements. We own 140 acres in Rumney including the Quincy Bog on Quincy Bog Road, the Quincy Pastures Forest on East Rumney Road, and the Baker Forest on the Quincy Road. We protect an additional 690 acres by holding conservation easements on a parcel in Dorchester, NH, two properties in Rumney, and a property on Texas Hill Road and Old Hebron Road in Plymouth, NH.