Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust conserves and stewards land and water in the Upper Androscoggin Watershed, for the benefit of the community and future generations. 

In shorter terms, we conserve land, build trails, and offer programs that connect our community to make it happier and healthier. 

At the end of the day, we know that when we work together, we thrive. When we thrive, our community thrives. It starts with us. 

Since 1991, we have worked to conserve land that is critical to the protection of our waters, that provides recreational opportunities year-round and conserves our cultural heritage. We work within the Rangeley Lakes Region and are proud to partner with local municipalities, state governments, non-profit organizations, landowners and groups within our community to protect our environment and to increase recreational opportunities. 

Want to learn more? Read about our latest happenings and current fundraiser, Greenvale

Interested in conserving your land? Contact David Miller to begin a conversation. 

Live, work or play in the Rangeley Lakes Region? Join us for a trail day or check out our trails

You are a part of our story.

As a volunteer, a trail user, program participant, or a member... you are helping us to realize our mission for our community and future generations. 

With your help, we are here today, and we need you standing next to us as we step into the future of Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust. Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter