In keeping with its mission, the DRLT has assisted in other ways to protect and preserve open space including the following:
2014: Contributed $30,000 to MA Fisheries and Wildlife towards the purchase of Georgoulis Property on Groton Street.

2012: Contributed $25,000 plus engineering costs to the Town of Dunstable towards the purchase of the Best property, located at the intersection of Main and Lowell Streets.
2010: The DRLT was the recipient of a bequest from the family of Mrs. Arline Fitch, a resident of Nashua, New Hampshire in the amount of $30,000. This bequest was used by the Trust to assist the Town of Dunstable in purchasing the Carter property on Hardy Street.

2007: Assisted the Town of Dunstable with the acquisition of the Ferrari property located on Mill Street.  The Trust pledged and contributed $62,500 to the Town that it received from a successful fundraising effort. The DRLT, the Town and Trust for Public Land (TPL) undertook the endeavor to acquire this property.

2001: Held a “Historic Easement” on the Dunstable Town Hall for the Town while it developed plans and implemented restoration of the building.
1997: Assisted the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to obtain an Agricultural Preservation Restriction (approximately 110 acres) on the Larter Farm on Hollis Street.  Although the Trust did not expend funds for these transactions, the directors were involved with providing information and assistance to the Larter family as well as to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts during this process

1990: Assisted the Town of Dunstable Conservation Commission in acquiring the Helen Hogg property (27 acres on High Street) abutting Salmon Brook.  The Trust used funds received as donations made in memory of A. Donald Kennedy in the amount of $5,000.