Lackawanna 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.

The Macialek Property

Spring Brook Township • 75 Acres

Streams, vernal pools, northern hardwood forests, and unique habitats including golden saxifrage seep and palustrine hemlock wetlands

First Industrial

Covington Township • 290 Acres

Though you might think this is a funny title for a piece of conserved land, the First Industrial parcel is a fine example of land conservation efforts working in tandem with economic development initiatives.

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