The ALT has received $20,000 from an anonymous donor to purchase Little Creek Preserve, a former dairy farm in Portsmouth.
Aquidneck Land Trust
Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) recently opened registration for the 10th annual 5K Race for Open Space. Find out how to register here.
Spruce Acres Farm, a 23-acre former tree farm in Middletown and Portsmouth, is officially conserved after nearly a year of fundraising.
Despite the rain Saturday, a couple Portsmouth residents stopped by the future Mt. Hope Park for its public viewing. Featured here are photos of the park.
The Aquidneck Land Trust is now accepting registration for its annual golf tournament, which will be held in June at the Newport National Golf Course.
The Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) has created a $100,000 challenge grant to purchase Spruce Acres Farm, a 22.8-acre property in Middletown and Portsmouth.
The council approved a grant to help purchase a 22.6-acres tree farm, which will be transformed into public hiking trails, community gardens, and more.
“So many young people want to be this movie star, or want to be an astronaut, or, or something fantastic. Louis Escobar wanted to be a dairy farmer. I’ve lived my life dream,” says Louis Escobar in the trailer for the new documentary film, Forgotten Farms.
The Aquidneck Land Trust is urging Portsmouth residents to contact Town Council members to support a campaign to save Spruce Acres, a local tree farm.
The Aquidneck Land Trust (ALT) announces its 6 student winners from the 2016 Sixteen on Center Art and Writing Contest held recently on Aquidneck Island.
A Pennfield student received a prize for her entry in the 2017 Aquidneck Land Trust Art and Writing Contest, which was sponsored by Sixteen on Center.
A Portsmouth High School student has won an art and writing contest sponsored by the Aquidneck Land Trust, announced the high school Tuesday.
Garman Farm is offering a way for Aquidneck Island residents to help save a local tree farm as part of its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.