Bradford County

The work of the North Branch Land Trust (NBLT) focuses on the watersheds and other lands that frame the North Branch of the Susquehanna River, hence our name. Since 1995, there have been 53 properties which landowners have donated development rights or where the Land Trust maintains ownership.

Taylor Century Farm

Wyalusing Township • 270 Acres

The property is an irreplaceable historic landmark in Bradford County as it is easily recognized by its rolling fields of corn, pastures, and well-maintained barns located along Route 706 east of Wyalusing…

Eberhardt

Tuscarora Twp. • 36.8 Acres

The historic Eberhardt property -owned by Bill and Audrey Eberhardt includes a historical 1840 homestead, barn, shed, and milk house and is complimented by a combination of forestlands, fields, meadows, hedge rows, emergent wetlands, riparian floodplain, streams, spring seeps, plantations, and orchards.

Kilmer

Wyalusing Borough & Township • 88.6 Acres

An impressive number of animals have been observed throughout the Kilmer Property. Included are many uncommon and/or rare species, such as federally protected bald eagles, ospreys and sandhill cranes.

Pelletier

Herrick Twp. • 13.09 Acres

The 13.09 acre Conservation Area is a unique parcel of land. Noteworthy natural habitat features on the Property includes a deciduous hardwood forest, shrub borders, an intermittent stream, spring seeps, wetlands, and a pond.

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