Coastal Mountains Land Trust

Coastal Mountains Land Trust was founded in 1986, originally under the name “Camden-Rockport Land Trust,” by a small group of local citizens intent upon the preservation of Beech Hill in Rockport, a 572-acre property featuring critical scenic and ecological values--rolling blueberry barrens, forests, a historic stone house, and the most scenically unique summit of the Camden Hills.

Working to Protect

  • Habitat supporting biological diversity
  • Water resources, including rivers, lakes, wetlands, aquifers, and the bay
  • Sustainably managed farms and forests 
  • Scenic landscapes essential to our sense of place
  • Public access to natural areas for nature observation, hiking, paddling, swimming, hunting, winter recreation, mountain biking and other forms of outdoor enjoyment
  • Trails and connectivity between people and nature
  • Opportunities for building community


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Contact Coastal Mountains Land Trust

Ian Stewart
Executive Director
101 Mt. Battie St
Camden, Maine  04843-1519
Phone: (207)-236-7091
Fax: (207)-236-0612


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Knox County, Maine
  • Waldo County, Maine

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