Digital Tour


[text size=”20″]Arc 38 is situated on about 180 acres of protected wetland, agricultural property and forested hills teeming with biodiversity.[/text]
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[text size=”14″]These wonderful lands are not just there for us to utilize, we are also here to protect this wonderful swath of nature. To share with our fellow living spirits whether they be flora, fauna, insect, microbiology or any other strange and beautiful creature (like you).[/text]
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[text size=”24″]The Valley Marshland[/text]
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[text size=”18″]Over 20 acres of our beautiful community is home to a conservation hosted by NRCS for protection of the Bog Turtle, a species of special concern.[/text]
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This is the western-most area of our community. In the marshland we’ve seen snakes, turkey, ducks, geese, fish, beavers and many different types of turtles. Before the area was protected conservation land we used to enjoy walking through the deep water in the middle of the summer to cool off.
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[text size=”24″]Valley Agriculture[/text]
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[text size=”18″]Just east of the marsh (and a few feet higher in elevation) is a gorgeous grassland the town has zoned for agricultural use.[/text]
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For many years, even before Arc 38, this area has been used for small scale gardens which produce food in manners alternative to conventional agriculture. Now that Arc 38 has been given the opportunity of agricultural land we hope to provide dried herbs and fresh produce from both wild growing and manually cultivated plant life. [/text]
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