BETHEL — As part of its strategic planning process, the Mahoosuc Land Trust is seeking input on its online survey about the land trust’s future priorities.

Trust spokeswoman Jolan Ippolito said Thursday in a news release that they are seeking comment from residents in central Oxford County and eastern Coos County in New Hampshire.

She said the trust is developing a long-range plan for conserving lands in its region and providing the greatest benefit to area residents, businesses and visitors.

The survey is online at The survey link can also be found on the trust’s website at

“Your opinion matters, so please take a few minutes to participate in the survey and let them know your thoughts,” Ippolito said.

The survey will be open until Oct. 31. As an added incentive, by participating in the survey people will be entered to win one of three gift certificates from S.S. Milton, Pat’s Pizza or the Good Food Store, all in Bethel, she said.


Pattie Duguay, executive director of River Valley Healthy Communities in Rumford, emailed several community leaders and members on Friday morning asking them to participate in the survey.

“Your opinion matters!” Duguay wrote. “Please take just a few minutes and respond.”

For more information, visit or call 207-824-3806.

The Mahoosuc Land Trust is an accredited community land trust encouraging public interest in conservation in central Oxford County and eastern Coos County, N.H., supporting a balance of growth and conservation and emphasizing sustainable and traditional land uses.

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