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Medomak Valley Land Trust

Medomak Valley Land Trust owns 869 acres within the Medomak River watershed. MVLT's first preserve, Reef Point, was established in 1996 thanks to a generous donation of land to the Trust. Since that time MVLT has purchased land and received several other gifts and now owns seven preserves in the watershed. These properties represent much of the natural diversity of the landscapes of this area, and include forests, blueberry fields, wetlands, and river frontage that are managed to protect wildlife habitat while also providing opportunities for low-impact recreation.

Reef Point Preserve Peace Corps & Mill Pond Preserve Boyington & Mank Preserves Burkett Mill Preserve Berger Preserve
Conservation Easements
Medomak Valley Land Trust holds 2,486 acres of land under conservation easement. The types of land protected through these easements include forests, fields, wetlands, river and pond frontage, Muscongus Bay islands, and important wildlife habitat throughout the Medomak River watershed. Conservation easements held by MVLT generally restrict future development activities from occurring on these naturally and scenically important places which the landowners wish to protect.
25 Friendship St./P.O. Box 180Waldoboro, ME 04572Tel: 207.832.5570 Fax: 207.832.7471mvlt@midcoast.com This page was last updated on 18 September 2009.