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The Saving Special Places Conference is organized by:

Together with: 

Ammooosuc Conservation Trust

Lakes Region Conservation Trust        

Land & Community Heritage Investment Program        

NH Land Trust Coalition         

Southeast Land Trust of NH        

The Nature Conservancy - NH        

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service


2020 Conference Photo

A kayaker finds solitude on Round Pond at SELT’s Stonehouse Forest in Barrington. Acquired in 2017, the 1,700 acre Stonehouse Forest includes more 11 miles of hiking trails where guests can explore a diversity of forest habitats, unique geological features, and a multitude of streams and wetlands, including the locally famous Stonehouse Pond.

The 2020 Conference banner photo was taken by Jerry Monkman/EcoPhotography, for Southeast Land Trust of NH. Our thanks to both Jerry and SELT for allowing us to use the beautiful image. 


Jerry Monkman is a conservation photographer, filmmaker, and writer, who has written ten books and directed a feature-length documentary film. You will usually find Jerry shooting nature and outdoor lifestyle imagery (stills and video) for non-profit, editorial, and commercial clients. Jerry's images, books, and films have told adventure- and conservation-themed stories for more than 20 years for clients such as The Trust for Public Land, The Nature Conservancy, National Geographic Adventure, L.L. Bean, and Timberland. Jerry and his wife Marcy run EcoPhotography, their Portsmouth, New Hampshire based stock and assignment photo business and video production company.

SELT is a nonprofit land trust with a mission to protect and sustain the significant lands in our communities for clean water, fresh food, outdoor recreation, healthy forests, and wildlife. Since 1980, the Southeast Land Trust has worked in 52 communities of southeastern New Hampshire to conserve more than 20,000 acres of land through conservation agreements and ownerships. SELT is accredited by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission. For more information, visit