Additional "Headwaters Forest" Acreage
Our most recent acquisition occurred thirty miles to the north. A 203-acre parcel
of forest land was purchased in Amity, hosting 1800 feet of Williams Brook. Since 2017, WWLT
has been acquiring lands to protect the brook system that feeds East Grand and North Lakes.
Westerly of international Monument Brook, the “Headwaters Forest” has grown to 4600 acres,
providing critical wildlife habitat for forest mammals, rare and endangered birds, and brook
trout. The lands are managed to protect brook quality and cool water temperatures, ensuring
clean water supplies for the lakes downstream.