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Greater Lovell Land Trust

Kezar Outlet Fen looking toward the White Mountains.

Great Brook and the islands of Kezar Lake's Upper Bay.

Early morning reflections on the waters of Kezar Outlet Fen.

Contact Information

Main Contact

  • Jill Rundle, Interim Executive Director
  • P.O. Box 225
  • Lovell, ME 04051
  • Phone: 207-925-1056 |  FAX: 207-925-1056
  • Email:

MLTN Member

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Greater Lovell Land Trust is “To protect the ecosystems of the Kezar Lake, Kezar River, and Cold River watersheds, in perpetuity, for the benefit of this region's natural and human communities.”


Lovell, Stoneham, Sweden and Stow

Quick Facts

  • Number of Staff: 1.00
  • Membership: 540
  • Annual Meeting: August
  • Newsletter: President's Newsletter
  • Acres owned: 2,498
  • Number of Parcels: 13
  • Acres under Conservation Easement: 2,246
  • Number of Parcels: 32
  • Founded: 1985
  • Host annual educational forum open to residents of Lovell, employing outstanding speakers or panel groups followed by annual luncheon
  • Stewardship for Sabattus Mountain State Park, Sabra-Creeper Hill Preserve, Sucker Brook Preserve, Heald and Bradley Preserve, Chip Stockford Preserve, Kezar Fen Outlet, Kezar River Reserve, Back Pond Reserve
  • Sponsor nature education program in conjunction with Maine Chapter of the Nature Conservancy consisting of a summer lecture series, as well as docent-led nature walks
  • Maintains a docent training program
  • Established by agreement with The National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Lovell Fund, which supports town oriented activities (environment & preservation, historic, recreation, education)
  • Award the Marion Rodgerson Scholarship ($500) annually to outstanding conservation-oriented student graduating from Fryeburg Academy
  • Facilitated The Conservation Plan for the Kezar River, Kezar Lake and Cold River Watersheds 119,000 acres.

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