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Boothbay Region Land Trust

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A bridge connects Ovens Mouth East Preserve to Ovens Mouth West Preserve

Lobster Cove Meadow has been identified by the State of Maine as Inland Waterfowl/Wading Bird Significant Habitat

Contact Information

Main Contact

  • Nicholas Ullo, Executive Director
  • 137 Townsend Ave., PO Box 183
  • Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538
  • Phone: 207-633-4818 
  • Email:

MLTN Member

Mission Statement

Boothbay Regional Land Trust seeks to conserve for public benefit the natural habitat, scenic beauty and working land of the Boothbay region. BRLT provides and promotes education about wildlife, ecology, conservation and local history.


Boothbay Region peninsula, including Edgecomb, Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor and Southport

Quick Facts

  • Number of Staff: 5.00
  • Membership: 980 households
  • Annual Meeting: September
  • Newsletter: The Osprey Observer, published 3 time(s) annually.
  • Acres owned: 1,391
  • Number of Parcels: 33
  • Acres under Conservation Easement: 362
  • Number of Parcels: 13
  • Founded: 1980
  • Have Memorial Scholarship for environmental education
  • Sponsor a program for fifth graders
  • Present lectures and property tours
  • Conducted several archeological excavations
  • Developed a Junior Stewardship Program
  • Conducts year-round fund-raising activities including an Annual Appeal 
  • Have over 30 miles of hiking trails open to the public and provide  guided tours throughout the year 
  • Works with four other conservation organizations on the River~Link preservation project

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