The Sterling Land Trust operates within Sterling, Massachusetts for the preservation of open space in the town. The Trust was formed in 1998 and is governed by a board of directors, all Sterling residents. Our operations are funded solely by memberships, contributions, gifts, and time of volunteers.
The Sterling Land Trust is a vehicle by which you can accomplish conservation goals. We can discuss conservation options with you to get you started. You should, however, seek advice from your attorney, estate planner, accountant, or other professional before making any final decisions.
Please support our endeavor to further land preservation in Sterling with a check made out to the Sterling Land Trust and mailed to Kenneth Williams, Sterling Land Trust Treasurer, 109 Beaman Road, Sterling, 01564.
If you are considering donating property through the Sterling Land Trust, please contact one of the directors.
If you’re interested in working with us, contact one of our directors to hear about current needs and opportunities.