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Bare trees in the woods

The Salisbury Association Land Trust rang in the New Year with the addition of 125-acres of protected land. Donated by Owen and Jennifer Thomas, the 43-acre Sugar Hill Road property – named Inka’s Woods after the family’s beloved dog – connects with the land trust’s 205-acre Prospect Mountain Preserve and the Appalachian Trail. John and Betsy Sprague’s grant of a Forever Wild Conservation Easement on 82-acres expands connections to previously conserved forever wild open space and protects 1,716 feet of road frontage, much of it directly along the Housatonic River. SALT received a CLCC Transaction Assistance Grant to help with Sprague closing costs…

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Inka’s Woods courtesy of Harry White