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Our Mission
is the permanent protection of significant natural and historical resources of the Rangeley Lakes region for the benefit and enjoyment of the public and future generations.

Board of Directors

Ben Bowditch -Treasurer
Ed Brunswick
Patrick Butler
Geoffrey Hand
Ed Kfoury - President
Kevin McDevitt
Sarah Medina
John H. Morton
Ellen Oppenheim
William Oppenheim
Nancy Perlson
H Paul Reynolds
Heaton Robertson
Leanna Wilbur
Kate Williamson


Executive Director -
    Chris Devine

Program Director -
Anthony Colello

Stewardship Director -
    Shelby Rousseau

EcoVenture Camp Director -
Mark Robie

Office Manager -
Deanna Caron

Cupsuptic Lake Park & Campground Managers
    Heather & Randy


Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving natural areas, scenic beauty, critical wildlife habitat and the cultural heritage that makes this place so special. The Heritage Trust has forged precedent setting partnerships with state and federal government, conservation organizations, corporations and individuals to permanently protect the unique character of this region.

PRESS RELEASE - Accreditation status

The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. (view full article)

RLHT Annual meeting is July 25 at RRGSA at 4pm

Mooselook Improvement Association Annual Picnic August 2
at Bald Mountain Camps 4-8pm

Click here to watch a Maine Public Television broadcast of "Incredible Maine" featuring RLHT

Since the Heritage Trust’s founding in 1991, over 12,800 acres of land have been conserved, including 45 miles of lake and river frontage, 15 islands and the majestic 2,443 foot Bald Mountain. We are currently engaged in an effort to fund our conservation of the scenic overlook known as “Height of Land” on Rt. 17 (views from Height of Land pictured above) and a 175 acre gem known as Hunter Cove Uplands on Rangeley Lake. . Please click on the “Donate Now” tab located at the top of this page to help conserve these natural jewel of the Rangeley Region, forever!

The Heritage Trust works with willing parties to find ways to forever conserve and provide stewardship for the scenic, natural, and historic resources of the region. The Trust can acquire land and conservation easements and fee ownership through donations or by purchase. Conservation easements are a legal land use agreement which permanently protects special features such as scenic areas, wildlife habitat, undeveloped shore frontage and productive forest lands.

The Trust maintains traditional public access and uses of the land for recreation, education, and scientific study. We offer free public access to 35 miles of recreational trails, superb recreational fishing, hunting, hiking, snowmobiling as well as multiple picnic & landing sites on our 26 separate parcels. Our Lands are FSC certified and support the protection and enhancement of the greater watershed's fisheries and the region's diverse wildlife habitat. We also offer remote and traditional camping through our social enterprise Cupsuptic Lake Park & Campground .

You can be part of this by these important conservation efforts by becoming a member today!



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P.O. Box 249, Oquossoc, ME 04964