Newport Daily News | December 7, 2021
Historic Swiss Village property conserved.
Newport Daily News | November 2, 2021
Oakland Forest nationally recognized for old-growth tree species.
Newport Daily News | July 28, 2019
ALT, the City of Newport, and the Ballard family collaborate to conserve Ballard Park.
Newport Daily News | January 8, 2018
Efforts to clean up storm-water got a boost recently, thanks to a donation to the Aquidneck Land Trust.
Newport Daily News | January 6, 2018
Aquidneck Land Trust recently announced the winners of Sixteen on Center Art & Writing Contest.
Newport Daily News | November 6, 2017
Aquidneck Land Trust’s 10th Annual 5K ‘Race for Open Space’ at The Glen in Portsmouth.
The Newport Daily News | October 20, 2017
Aquidneck Land Trust is raising $368,000 to purchase much of Dennis Silvia’s property that’s part of Little Creek Preserve.
The Newport Daily News | October 6, 2017
Sachuest, Third are better equipped to handle major storms
The Newport Daily News | September 28, 2017
Aquidneck Land Trust is raising $368,000 to purchase 15 acres of Little Creek Preserve
The Newport Daily News | September 11, 2017
Participants in the Bird Banding Walk get a close-up look at a hatch year common yellow throat in Middletown.
Middletown Patch | August 27, 2017
Three local organizations have won funding to support working ranging from giving away rain barrels to installing art in Miantonomi Park.
Providence Journal | July 2, 2017
Long before the WWI Memorial Tower was built, the City by the Sea’s highest point made history.
The Newport Daily News | June 8, 2017
Efforts to save the Spruce Acres tree farm on the Middletown-Portsmouth line from development appear to be successful.
Newport This Week | March 2, 2017
The go-ahead from Portsmouth puts the organization at 75 percent of its goal to bring the 50-year-old tree farm under its protective umbrella.
The Newport Daily News | January 11, 2016
The town of Portsmouth and the Aquidneck Island Land Trust joined forces to purchase this 1.5-acre plot of land that faces the Mount Hope Bridge.
The Newport Daily News | January 15, 2015
Chuck Allott said he is proud of the organization’s accomplishments during its first 25 years, including the preservation of nearly 2,500 acres of land.