1. Brecht (2004)
3.6 acres/1.45 hectares
A beautiful natural pond which can be seen from Route 104. One of the headwaters of the Pearson stream. Harbouring a wide variety of wildlife.
2. Colby (H. Ernest & C. Louise Williams) (2003)
4.4 acres/1.8 hectares
A flood-plain located in Knowlton between Victoria Street and the Coldbrook stream. Wet for much of the year, the property provides a home for wild flowers, birds and animals such as fox and deer.
3. Deborah Stairs(2000)
27.7 acres/11.23 hectares
In the Barnsfield subdivision, this property consists of a pond and wetlands with a beaver lodge, fish, amphibians and water birds; plus stands of trees typical of both this area and the north country.
4. Fisher Woods (1996)
80 acres/32.4 hectares
A beautiful stand of young and old hardwood and hemlock. Contains walking/ski trails and provides a home to a wide variety of birds and mammals. Open to the public — no motorized vehicles.
5. Frances MacKeen (1996)
6 acres/2.43 hectares
This highly-visible property in Knowlton at the far end of Mill Pond provides a needed "escape" for nesting and migratory waterfowl and a great view from Coldbrook Park.
6. Hank Rotherham (1992)
105 acres/42.5 hectares
Located on the north-west side of the lake, a large peat bog consisting mainly of beaver ponds and marshes which form the headwaters of the river leading to Fessenden Falls. Access permitted when accompanied by BLLF guide.
7. Quilliams-Durrull (1987)
200 acres/80.83 hectares
Spectacular wetland bordering the Quilliams and Durrull streams. Home to many aquatic birds and animals including snapping turtles. Accessible by canoe only — no motors.
8. Annemarie Zeiss-Kunerth (1998)
58 acres/23.44 hectares
On the south side of the same bog as #6. With this acquisition the Foundation now owns about 60 per cent of this important wetland.
9. Barbara Burrowes Buchanan (2006)
18.5 acres/7.48 hectares
A woodland property in West Bolton that includes Red pine, Hemlock, a small meadow and hardwoods.