Harpswell Heritage Land Trust is based in Harpswell, Maine. Our mission is to preserve and protect Harpswell’s natural resources, cultural heritage, and access to the outdoors now and forever through conservation, stewardship, and education.
Geology of Potts Point: A field trip with Rachel Beane
Friday, August 20, 4-5:30 p.m. at Potts Point Preserve. To get there, drive to the southern end of Rt. 123 (Harpswell Neck Road) and park at the pier. We will walk along private Potts Point Road to the preserve together. Advance registration required. Limited to 15 participants. Click here to register. For this walk, we […]Learn More
Annual Meeting 2021
Click here to watch a recording of our Annual Meeting from Tuesday, July 20. Our Annual Meeting is an opportunity to hear from an inspiring guest speaker, reflect on the year behind us, share plans for the year ahead and thank those who support our work. This year our Annual Meeting will feature a presentation […]Learn More
Vandalism at the Forest Playground: A letter from HHLT trustee Cristine Bachor
On Tuesday, June 22 I met up with Julia McLeod at Skolfield Shores Preserve. We trekked a small distance along the forest edging Merriconegan Farm, then came to a small opening in the evergreens. The field leading to the historic boathouse beckoned beyond, and as my eyes spanned the area, I noted we’d happened upon […]Learn More