Our goal is to conserve and protect our region’s lands of ecological, historic, scenic, agricultural and cultural significance. We are a member-supported, nonprofit organization and work with local, state and federal partners through the Mt. Agamenticus to the Sea Conservation Initiative (MtA2C). Together, we’ve helped permanently protect landscapes, waterways, wildlife and natural resources that define our community’s unique character. Today, there are more than13,000 acres of protected land within a 48,000-acre area comprising portions of six southern Maine towns including Kittery, York, Eliot, the Berwicks and Wells.  (View/download the MtA2C Project Area Map.)

York Land Trust stewards more than 2,000 acres of treasured, community lands, including Public Access Preserves, Limited Access Preserves and Conservation Easements on privately owned lands.

Thanks to the generous, annual support of our more than 600 members, we are able to:

We would love to have you join us! Find out more about supporting our efforts.

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