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With your support and participation, the Rehoboth Land Trust accomplished the following tasks in recent years.

Created a new trail at the Ephraim Hunt Ministerial Land on Pond Street.

Formed a Stewardship Committee composed of several RLT members, who are overseeing the maintenance and care of several of our properties.

Began the process to acquire a Conservation Restriction (CR) on a

35-acre parcel of land.

Began negotiations to purchase an additional 25-acre parcel of land.

Rehoboth Land Trust Highlights


Monday, April 2 at 7 PM .  Carpenter Museum

The public is invited to attend the annual meeting of the Rehoboth Land Trust.  Following a brief business meeting, you’ll learn more about native amphibians that are becoming active in the spring with special emphasis on Eastern spadefoots that live in Rehoboth. Presenter Carol Entin (RLT Trustee and Rehoboth amphibian monitor) will teach you how to identify a spadefoot and understand the challenges they face.  For more info, please contact RLT President Adam Latham at 508-252-1033 or email him at


The work of the Rehoboth Land Trust (RLT) is supported through the volunteer efforts and generous donations of its members and friends. To date, the RLT has conserved nearly 700 acres, provided public access to open space and continues to work with property owners to preserve the landscape and conserve natural resources that benefit the community.

The RLT is a 501(C)(3) organization. Join our membership, as an Individual ($25), a Family ($50), a Sustainer ($100), or support us at a level of your choice. Please mail your check to Rehoboth Land Trust, PO Box 335, Rehoboth, MA. 02769. Checks should be made payable to Rehoboth Land Trust. We are always looking for volunteers to help with

everything from trail care to digital expertise. Thank you for joining us in these important efforts.

Rehoboth’s blessed with special places

Ponds and forests, open spaces,

Where friends and family hike and talk,

To find a frog and see a hawk.

Help preserve the oaks and cherries,

Help conserve the grapes and berries,

Help us keep our town a jewel,

Now’s the time for your renewal.

Please contact Adam Latham, President, with questions or for more information: 508-252-1033

or email: