What is a Conservation Easement? A conservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and a land trust (Loon Echo) or government agency that permanently limits uses of the land in order to protect its conservation values. Landowners retain many of their rights, including the right to own and use the land, sell it and  pass it on to their heirs. Find out more HERE. 

Conservation Easements Year Acquired Acres Location
Berryfield Farm 1988 43 Naples
Briar Sands 1991 15 Casco
Cold Rain Pond 1991 141 Naples
Helen Allen Farm 1991 61 Casco
Maplebrook Farm 1993 60 Casco
Lakeview Farm 2001 28 Sebago
Eagle Rock 2002 12 Harrison
Beaver Pond 2004 10 Denmark
Rand Farm 2003 126 Raymond
Pleasant Mountain North Peak 2003 14 Bridgton
Robert H. Clark 2005 17 Bridgton
Pitts Woodlot 2005 39 Naples
Tanglewood 2007 31 Bridgton
LeMessurier 2007 28 Casco
Pondicherry Trail Easement 2009 0 Bridgton
Black Brook Bog 2012 210 Denmark
Pondicherry Park 2012 65 Bridgton
Tenny River 2014 28 Raymond
Perley Mills Community Forest 2015 129 Sebago
Perley Mills Community Forest 2015 1488 Denmark
Greene 2018 27 Naples
Total Conservation Easement Acres   2,572  

Interested in putting a conservation easement on your land? Send an email to execdir@lelt.org, call 207-647-4352, or stop by the office!