Originally the Land Trust held a Conservation Easement on the entire 38 acre Nedobity Property--approximately 18 acres on the south side of Nedobity Road and about 20 acres on the north side including the house lot. In 1998 the owner, William Nedobity, made the decision to donate his property on the North side of the
road (excluding the house lot of 2 acres) to the Land Trust.
In 2000, William Nedobity bequeathed the remainder of the property to the Land Trust. This section of the Nedobity Preserve is most notable because of its winter view of the Connecticut River and 5 acres leased to a local farmer.
A trail, marked with white blazes, exists on the north section of the Nedobity Preserve.
Nedobity preserve can be reached by taking Thayer Road onto
Nedobity Road to the top of the hill.
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