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 Easement Location Acreage Date Protected
Berryfield Farm Naples 45 December 28, 1988
Camp Newfound-Owatonna Harrison 160 March 15, 1989
Briar Sands South Casco 15 March 1, 1991
Cold Rain Pond Naples 141 June 1, 1991
Helen Allen Farm Casco 61 November 1, 1991
Maplebrook Farm Casco 60 October 6, 1993
Lakeview Farm Sebago 28 February 7, 2001
Eagle Rock Harrison 12 December 1, 2002
Beaver Pond Denmark 10 December 3, 2003
Rand Farm Raymond 126 December 21, 2003
North Peak on Pleasant Mtn. Bridgton 14 December 30, 2003
Clark Property Bridgton 17 April 19, 2005
Pitts Woodlot Naples 39 December 19, 2005
Tanglewood Bridgton 31 April 4, 2007
LeMessurier Casco 28 December 10, 2007
Blackbrook Bog Denmark 210.6 May 14, 2012
Pondicherry Park Bridgton 66 June 28, 2012
Tenny River Raymond 28 December 14, 2014

Total

  1091.6  

 

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!