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Our Mission

Dedicated to the preservation of open space, woodlands and wetlands in northern Anne Arundel County. Fostering environmental stewardship and conservation values.

 

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About North County Land Trust

Founded in 1999, this membership-based, grass roots organization has preserved over 200 acres of land through the use of voluntary conservation easements. To date, easements include the 119 acre Swan Creek Wetlands site owned by the Port of Baltimore, the 97 acre Constellation Energy easement at the headwaters of Nabbs Creek, and 6 acres along the Cabin Branch creek that feeds into the Patapsco River. The trust works with private landowners, corporations, as well as government agencies to preserve sensitive habitat in the northern Anne Arundel watershed.

We also have an ongoing monitoring project at Swan Creek Wetlands in conjunction with the Aquarium Conservation Team (ACT) of the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Under the expert guidance of the ACT team citizens can participate in planting and monitoring activities at the site.

The activities of North County Land Trust — providing educational opportunities, community outreach and land
conservation—are supported by annual dues of $20 per person per year. Please join us in supporting land
preservation and educational activities in North County.

NCLT is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3 non-proft organization. All membership dues and contributions are
100% tax deductible. By sending a contribution by check, you will be added to our mailing list and receive our
quarterly newsletter, NCLT Report.

Won’t You Join Us Today? Your donation helps us to preserve & protect land in northern Anne Arundel County.
Make your 100% tax-deductible contribution payable to North County Land Trust and mail to:
North County Land Trust, 7605 Bay St., Pasadena, MD 21122
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