The Chocorua Lake Conservancy achieves the long-term protection of the Chocorua Lake Basin by seeking, holding, and monitoring conservation easements and by accepting land ownership. We want to ensure that the Chocorua Lake Basin’s unique balance between the natural state and mankind is preserved forever.
The Chocorua Lake Conservancy owns and manages almost 1,000 acres of conservation land across 20 properties in the Chocorua Lake Basin, and protects almost 3,000 additional acres through perpetual conservation easements and covenants on 123 other properties.
In 2005, the Chocorua Lake Conservancy successfully registered “Chocorua Lake Basin Historic District”, which includes 155 historic buildings across 6,000 acres, onto the National Register of Historic Places.
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