Anonymous donation will go toward Hooksett conservation
The Hooksett Conservation Commission and the Society for the Protection of N.H. Forests, which teamed up for the Merrimack Riverfront Project, were pleasantly surprised by the anonymous donation.
“It’s one of the longest stretches of undeveloped river frontage south of Concord, and it’s very accessible, only half a mile from Hooksett Village and half a mile from Suncook Village.”
The tract was targeted as a priority conservation in the Hooksett Master Plan of 2004. The public space area will have a picnic area and a trail network, which will connect to the greater Manchester regional trail system, according to the Forest Society.
“The conservation easement we hold adds a permanent layer of protection for the property that will prevent anyone in the future from doing anything that would be contrary to a conservation purpose,” Difley said in a press release.
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