Ausbon Sargent Announces two New Properties in New London

This is a very busy time for Ausbon Sargent.  We are happy to announce that we closed on the New London Pleasant Street-East easement on April 25th followed by the Edwin S. Brown Forest Preserve in New London on May 1st.  Each of these properties is a significant protector of wetland and wildlife habitat and helps to protect the watersheds of Pleasant Lake and Messer Pond, respectively. We thank New London Conservation Commission chair, Bob Brown, for his hard work on both of these projects.

To read more about each of these properties, click here.



The Brown Family's Frazier Brook Farm (photo by Peter Bloch)

Join Us for a Hike on a Working Farm in Warner

Tuesday, July 10 from 2-4 pm

The Brown Family's Frazier Brook Farm in Warner is in the process of being conserved.  We hope to announce on the hike that protection of the Brown's property has been finalized.  This beautiful 133-acre farm has quite a family history, so it was exciting for us to help the family in conserving this important land forever.  Please join us on a guided hike around the property. Find driving directions under the July events on our calendar by clicking Read More below:

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The Livery in Sunapee Harbor

"Naturally New England" Art Show

Saturday,  July 28-Sunday, August 5
Sunapee Livery in Sunapee Harbor

Artists from our surrounding area will be exhibiting their artwork depicting beautiful New England landscapes and other varied art.  The artists have agreed to donate a portion of their commission to both Ausbon Sargent and The Center for the Arts-Visual Arts Group from artwork that is sold .  Specific hours for the show, driving directions and more details will be available here as we get closer to the event. This should offer a great cultural opportunity and fun outing for you and your summer guests.

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