New Hampshire

Slavics’ Story Airs on NH Public Radio

The Slavics built their house atop a cliff amongst the trees; Fred "wanted it to look old-fashioned."

Fred & Rosalind Slavic have had a rich life, full of travel, creative pursuits, and exploration of the outdoors, both on foot and via sailboat. They lived in Fitzwilliam, NH for 41 years, and are donating their 300 acres to Northeast Wilderness Trust. Fred passed away in fall of 2013, but you can listen to his wonderful voice and some of their story on New Hampshire Public Radio. NHPR profiled the Slavics as part of their “Giving Matters” series.

Read more about the Slavic Wildlife and Wilderness Sanctuary.

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