Kent saves 241 acres of open space

Jan 23rd, 2013 | By | Category: Land

KENT — The Kent Land Trust has acquired 241 acres of woodland in the town’s northeast corner, preserving the central portion of 1,000 acres of protected land.

For more on this story, visit: Kent saves 241 acres of open space – Connecticut Post.

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The Kent Land Trust has added a 241-acre parcel to its holdings through a $1.7 million gift from Robert and Audrey Tobin of Warren.

In late December, the land trust acquired the large and rugged forest parcel that is contiguous to two sections of the Wyantenock State Forest and close to Kent Falls State Park. It is at the center of more than 1,000 acres of protected land.

For more on this story, visit: Former Stop & Shop CEO and His Wife Give $1.7 Million for Kent Land Preservation – News – The Litchfield County Times.

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