The Balestra’s land is located in an area where there has been considerable residential development in the past 20 years (over 30 new homes). The City has identified the property as a priority for conservation because it contributes significantly to the rural character in this part of Lebanon. The property includes almost ½ mile of frontage on a scenic road and provides expansive views to Lebanon’s Signal Hill and beyond to Ascutney Mountain in Vermont.
Join us for a Conservation Easement Signing and Celebration
When? Friday, Dec. 20th, 2013, 2-3:30 pm
Where? Balestra residence, 14 Stevens Road, Lebanon
What? Conservation easement celebration and snowshoe hike (hike optional and weather permitting, bring snowshoes if you have them)
Why? Witness the signing of a conservation agreement permanently protecting the Balestra’s farm on Stevens and Hardy Hill Roads. Join in thanking the Balestras for this generous gift to the community. Share in refreshments and a walk on the land.
Questions or to get directions: Peg Merrens at UVLT – 643-6626