The Glocester Land Trust is dedicated to the preservation of Glocester’s natural resources, rural heritage, and scenic beauty as an environmental, educational, and recreational resource for all who live, work, or visit in the Town of Glocester. Our members recognize the historical significance and cultural heritage of our community and endeavor to protect it for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations. -Mission Adopted, 2013
Through the efforts of the Town Council, the Glocester Land Trust was established by the Rhode Island Legislature in 1987. On behalf of all the citizens of Glocester, the Trustees of the Glocester LandOver the past twenty-seven years, the Glocester Land Trust has conserved more than 2,429 acres of land consisting of the following properties:
The Trust gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society, the Rhode Island Audubon Society, the Roger Williams Reserve, and innumerable individuals whose generosity has enhanced its success.