Mathey Center Breaks Ground

Members of SELT's board of directors and building committee at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Mathey Center for People and Nature

Epping, NH – On June 16, the Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire (SELT) held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the construction of the Mathey Center for People and Nature at Burley Farms in Epping.

Seven years in the making, the new center will serve as SELT’s permanent headquarters and will feature office and programming space to increase its nature-based engagement.

SELT is partnering with construction manager Chapman Construction/Design and Sheldon Pennoyer Architects on this 2-story wood-frame building. The center will be constructed using high-performance building practices and, once complete, will serve as an education and recreation resource for the surrounding community.