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Upper Saco Valley Land Trust Welcomes a Conservation Easement Manager
Upper Saco Valley Land Trust (USVLT) welcomes former staff and board member, Linda Comeau, back to the team in a newly created role as the Conservation Easement Manager. This important new position supports USVLT’s mission to protect ecological systems and cultural values and assists our Land Steward in the preservation of special places now and for future generations.
According to Jen Pribble, Executive Director, “We are exceptionally fortunate to have Linda in this new position. She brings a passion for conservation and a wealth of institutional knowledge to the organization as a founding member of USVLT.” Linda’s thesis project for her master’s degree at Antioch University New England, was, "How to Start a Land Trust.” This project became the groundwork that eventually grew into what USVLT is today.
Linda is excited to join the team to do what she loves: work with landowners to permanently protect their land and have a lasting impact on this landscape that she treasures.
The Upper Saco Valley Land Trust is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our motto is “Preserving Land for Community Benefit.” USVLT has completed more than 80 conservation projects since 2001, totaling 13,000 acres throughout the towns of Hart’s Location, Bartlett, Jackson, Albany, Chatham, Conway, Eaton, and Madison in New Hampshire, and Brownfield, Denmark, and Fryeburg in Maine. Learn more about the Upper Saco Valley Land Trust by calling (603)662-0008 or visiting www.usvlt.org