• No Name Pond Conservation Area

    This conservation easement on land owned by the City of Lewiston conserves approximately 35 acres along the pond to protect the pond's natural resources, maintain water quality and preserve wildlife habitat. The project was a partnership between the land trust and the City in its effort to seek permits for… Read More
  • Huston Farm Conservation Area

    Androscoggin Land Trust conserves almost 90 acres within the Huston Farm Conservation Area, a significant area of farmland protection and open space within urban New Auburn.  ALT owns 27 acres here while holding a conservation easement on an additional 62 acres of privately owned agricultural land as well as holding… Read More
  • Garcelon Bog Conservation Area

    The Garcelon Bog conservation easement protects over 100 acres of ecologically significant wetland in the heart of Lewiston. It is a unique ecological feature in the City and contains a variety of natural habitat types including forested, open and emergent wetlands that support a wide variety of plant and animal… Read More
  • David Rancourt River Preserve

    This 14-acre preserve is owned by the Androscoggin Land Trust and is a component of the Androscoggin Greenway. The property was purchased from the City of Lewiston with Land for Maine's Future water access funds in 2007. The property contains a walking trail, a hand-carry boat launch, two beautiful sand… Read More
  • North Turner River Conservation Area

    At the end of 2010, Maine Farmland Trust and Androscoggin Land Trust completed a collaborative effort to conserve 625 acres of working farmland and forest along the Androscoggin River on Gulf Island Pond.  The land will remain privately owned, but it is permanently protected by conservation easements that allow for… Read More
  • Pleasant Pond Conservation Area

    Three conservation easements donated to ALT in 1998, 1999 and 2001 conserve a total area of 262-acres along North Parish Road. The properties consist of agricultural fields, woods, and pond shoreline within the historic landscape of Merrill Hill and Pleasant Pond. These parcels are privately owned and are not open… Read More
  • Keene-Whitman Memorial Forest

    ALT's first conservation easement!  Donated by George G. Martin in 1996 to the New England Forestry Foundation, this 120-acre parcel was protected in 1998 by a conservation easement that is co-held by the Androscoggin Land Trust and the Lake Auburn Watershed Protection Commission. The property contains forests and a stream… Read More
  • Jones-Bonney Turner Village Park

    The Bonney family generously donated approximately five acres of land along Route 4 and the Nezinscot River, an Androscoggin tributary, to Androscoggin Land Trust in 2007 for the development of a village park. In 2009, Maine's Department of Transportation transferred to ALT an abutting 16.5 acres of riverfront land.  During… Read More
  • Ambrose Farm

    This 100-acre former dairy farm is on the crest of a hill with views of Mounts Washington, Jefferson and Madison on a clear day. Franklin and Phyllis Ambrose generously donated a conservation easement on this property to ALT in 2000. Blanchard Brook and its wetlands flow through this property to… Read More
  • Jersey Bog Conservation Area

    The Jersey Bog wetland complex is of significant local ecological importance as deer wintering habitat and waterfowl breeding territory. Its Northern White Cedar swamp has been cited as an exemplary natural community by the Maine Natural Areas Program and a wide array of wildlife call the area home. Androscoggin Land… Read More