Most people know us as Quincy Bog Natural Area or Pemi-Baker Land Trust (PBLT), but when you read the “fine print” you’ll find we are registered in New Hampshire and legally operating as a 501 (c) 3 organization known as Rumney Ecological Systems (RES). RES is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving natural areas in the Baker River Valley watershed, in particular the Quincy Bog, to keeping these areas open to the public for study, research and education in natural history and for recreation appropriate to a natural area. In addition, Rumney Ecological Systems is a Land Trust registered under the name Pemi-Baker Land Trust and a member of the Land Trust Alliance. The PBLT is able to help the owners of smaller parcels that may not fit the acquisition plans of the larger land trusts in New Hampshire. Nice to make your acquaintance!
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