From the quiet shores of the Littlejohn Island Preserve in Yarmouth to the Royal River’s conserved headwaters at Sabbathday Lake and Runaround Pond, we continue to save land for everyone, now and into the future. We are supported by more than 700 households and businesses like you, and we always welcome new donors. Please join with us today with your generous contribution.
- Donate online today!
- Become a member of our Fiddlehead Society or Black Trumpet Society which recognize those who donate $500 or $1,000 or more annually.
- Our Land Acquisition Reserve Fund covers costs associated with acquiring land, easements and long term reserves. This fund was established in 2016 and has already supported many opportunities for conservation acquisitions as our communities grow and thrive. With this strong fund, we seize opportunities as they arise.
- Our Business Partnership program is another great way to donate; give at the Royal level and be eligible for an employee volunteer day or sponsor our Run of the Royal canoe relay race!
- Our Rain or Shine Fund allows us to invest in free and better access to Maine’s outdoors for everyone.
Call or email Executive Director Alan Stearns, Development Coordinator Carrie Ridgway with any questions, or if you’d like to explore other donation options, including gifts or bequests of appreciated stock, IRA distributions, donations in your will, donations of land, or conservation easements.
We appreciate all donations of any size, to keep all of our programs free and open to all. Donations of $35 or greater create membership rights to vote at meetings.
We appreciate all of your generous support. Without you, we wouldn’t be where we are today. Your contributions have helped conserve over 4000 acres of preserves, trails, wildlife habitat and farms. Because of you, hundreds of people from toddlers to grand-folks have explored our preserves and visited state and local parks on a weekly basis through the Rain or Shine Club. You can help us continue to expand our preserves, create new preserves and build upon state and local parks. As our communities continue to grow we need to save natural habitats and conserve for the future today!
PO Box 90
Yarmouth, ME 04096