First identified as a significant natural area in the 1990s, Beardsley Hill has been protected under a conservation lease agreement since 2000. The purpose of this lease agreement is "to protect the ecological value of the woodland covered by it through voluntarily limiting human intervention”. In June of 2000, the Nature Trust signed a conservation lease agreement with the Town of Woodstock with the purpose of protecting the ecological value of the woodland through voluntary limiting human intervention. The lease was resigned in 2016 for another ten years. Website
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