64 beautiful acres Conserved in Auburn
64 acres of forest, farmland, and wetlands in Auburn was recently conserved through a conservation easement with SELT. This project actually began as a promise made in March of 1978. As an oath to his grandmother when she sold him the land, Mickey Rolfe swore that he would protect the natural and scenic beauty of these family lands for future generations. In partnership with the Auburn Conservation Commission and SELT, Mickey and his wife Debbie fulfilled this promise in October 2016, selling an easement for nearly 50% less than its appraised value, a generous bargain sale. With this easement, a top priority of the Auburn Conservation Commission was conserved and a family promise fulfilled.
Pictured above, the Rolfe Family on the SELT conservation easement land with Christmas trees in background. From left to right: Daughter KayLa, Debbie, and Mickey with border collies Beau and Jake.