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.
Winter Solstice Lantern Walk 2021
Tuesday, December 21 from 5-6:30 p.m.Curtis Farm Preserve, 1554 Harpswell Neck Road, Harpswell Advance registration is required to help us plan. Click here to register or contact Julia McLeod at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-837-9613. Celebrate the winter solstice with a lantern walk and bonfire. Welcome the lengthening days with light, song, sweets and community. Walk along a short, easy trail […]Learn More
Conversation series seeks to promote understanding of working waterfront
By Susan Olcott, originally published in the Harpswell Anchor Harpswell has over 200 miles of coastline. From the long stretch of Harpswell Neck to the wiggly ins and outs of Quahog Bay, there is great variety. Some of the coast drops steeply off into the waters of Casco Bay, while other parts have gradual, shallow, […]Learn More
Living and Working in a Waterfront Community: A Conversation Series
Several local organizations are collaborating to educate Harpswell residents about the working waterfront and open up lines of communication between fishermen and their non-fishermen neighbors. Outcomes of this fruitful collaboration include panel discussions, other events and written articles published in the Harpswell Anchor. Starting in fall 2021, the group organized its first two panel discussions. […]Learn More