• Packard-Littlefield Farm

    This working farm was conserved in 2004 through funding from the Land for Maine’s Future Program and the Farmland Ranch Protection Program.  In 2007 and 2010 the landowners, Bob and Ella Mae Packard, generously donated two additional agricultural conservation easements to the Androscoggin Land Trust, bringing the total conserved acreage… Read More
  • Lisbon Island Preserve

    This approximately 4-acre island in the Androscoggin River is situated roughly a quarter-mile downstream of the Durham River Park. Donated to ALT in 2010 by the Town of Lisbon, the island is to be incorporated in the Androscoggin Greenway vision. Generally flat with steep banks along the river, the island… Read More
  • Katherine Breton Memorial Preserve

    In 2007 Katherine "Katie" Breton generously donated approximately 100-acres of her land in Lisbon, including her home, to the Androscoggin Land Trust through her estate.  The 102 acre Katherine M. Breton Memorial Preserve conserves almost one mile of beautiful Androscoggin River frontage, 15 acres of working farmland, and more than… Read More
  • Hallelujah Farm

    This 170-acre privately -owned working farm was conserved in 2008 through a generous donation by landowner Ripley Swan, funding by the Land for Maine's Future Program and with considerable assistance by the USDA's Farm and Ranch Land Protection Program. Aside from being perpetually available for agriculture, this conservation easement property also… Read More