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Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust

ACT leads and inspires private, voluntary action to conserve land the North Country loves. They are the nationally accredited, locally based, grassroots nonprofit lands conservancy serving New Hampshire’s North Country.

They protect land for all who live here, now and in the future. They especially focus on conserving the farms and working forests that are the foundation of the region’s economy and character.

Rosalind Page, Executive Director

Rosalind is a 9-year veteran of the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust (ACT) board and served as the Board Chair for 6 of those years before her term ended in 2018. Rosalind continued her connection to ACT as a current volunteer with our lands committee. She and her husband Tom also have special ties to ACT as conservation landowners since 2005, finishing a project started by the previous owner.

Rosalind brings a deep understanding of both the conservation work as well as the needs of our communities. She has 40 years of surveying experience and has owned her own surveying company since 1993. Rosalind’s connection to our region is deep and based in her ability to listen so that even the smallest of voices are heard. Beyond her time spent with ACT she is also a volunteer Lisbon Conservation Commission member, chairs the Lisbon Planning Board, and is the Lisbon representative on the North Country Transportation Council. Her work to advocate for the good of the whole in these roles ties back wonderfully to the conservation and community vitality work that are the cornerstone of ACT’s mission.