Boothbay Region Land Trust

Organization Information

WebsiteClick to visit
Street137 Townsend Ave.
BoxPO Box 183
Town/CityBoothbay Harbor, Maine 04538
CountiesLincoln
EmailClick to send
Phone 207-633-4818

Service Area

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

Key Facts

  • 35 miles of recreational hiking trails across 26 public preserves (including three island preserves)
  • Year-round environmental education and outreach offered free of charge. Over 100 programs offered annually including school-based and on-site youth programs, nature-themed walk and talks, lectures, health and wellness programs, group paddles, self-guided story trails, and more.
  • Oak Point Farm has served as headquarters, visitors center, and education hub since 2017. Universal Access Trail was added to the property in 2020.
  • Land conservation through acquisition and conservation easement in partnership with private landowners, municipalities and other non-profits.
  • Stewardship of lands for public access, habitat protection, and preservation of working
  • Coastal water monitoring program sampling 12 sites around the region, bi-weekly between May and October since 2014.
  • Partnerships with local and statewide organizations including local school systems, Boothbay Region YMCA, and Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens among others.

Boothbay Region Land Trust is an accredited land trust. 

Boothbay Region Land Trust is an accredited land trust.

Accredited Land Trust

Main Contact

NameNicholas Ullo
TitleExecutive Director
Address137 Townsend Ave., PO Box 183, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538
EmailClick to send
Phone 207-633-4818

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