Recent Land Conservation Photo Projects

Awcomin Marsh in Rye, New Hampshire. Protected by the Southeast Land Trust of NH.

Much of my photography career during the last 20 years has been spent documenting the work of land trusts in New England, and 2022 has been no different. This year I’ve shot projects from western Connecticut to Northern Maine, and from coastal salt marshes to fertile farmlands, to spruce-covered mountain peaks.

Awcomin Marsh, Route 1A, and the Atlantic Ocean in Rye, New Hampshire.

I am consistently in awe of the conservation work my clients successfully complete every year – it’s truly inspiring. Here’s a sample of photos from this year’s projects:

Milkweed in a field at sunrise. Highland Farm Preserve in York, Maine (York Land Trust.)
View from one of the fields at the Hadlow Preserve in Sherman, Connecticut (Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy.)
Northern hardwoods in the fog in Woodbury, Vermont. (Woodbury Mountain Wilderness Preserve – Northeast Wilderness Trust.)
Morning fog over Halfway Pond and the Halfway Pond Conservation Area in Plymouth, Massachusetts (Wildlands Trust).
Joe Pye Weed in a meadow next to the Dead Branch River in Chesterfield, Massachusetts. The Nature Conservancy‘s Dead Branch Preserve.
View from one of the fields at the Hadlow Preserve in Sherman, Connecticut. (Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy.)
The sun shines through the forest next to cascades in Smith Flume on the Mad River in Farmington, New Hampshire. (Southeast Land Trust of NH.)
Drone view of Blue Mountain Wilderness Sanctuary in Ryegate, Vermont. (Northeast Wilderness Trust.)

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