Cape Elizabeth Land Trust - Preserving the rural character of Cape Elizabeth for future generations
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
Maxwell Nelson
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
Stacey Cramp
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
Stacey Cramp
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
Stacey Cramp
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
Scott Dorrance
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
Stacey Cramp
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
For the Education, Use, and Enjoyment
of this and future generations
Our Mission

Preserving the rural character of Cape Elizabeth for future generations

The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust permanently conserves and provides stewardship for lands cherished by our community – from shore lands to marshes, from farmlands to woodlands – for the education, use and enjoyment of this and future generations. Won’t you join us?

Upcoming Events

Animal Tracking for Families

Feb 20 -
9:30 a.m. — 10:30 a.m.

Recent News

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Readers Respond: Five Nature Books to Check Out in the New Year

We asked the CELT community to recommend their favorite nature-related reads. Here are our top 5, including fiction, non-fiction, and a young adult pick. Winter Count Barry Lopez  “Published in …

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Naturalist’s Corner: Learning to Track

Winter is a great time to learn to track! Long shadows and clear prints help your brain get used to picking up the patterns of …

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A Fond Farewell to Christian

Chris shares his knowledge of native and non-native dune plants during a September walk at Trundy Point (Photo by Scott Dorrance) We are very sorry to …

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Announcing Our 2019 Photo Contest Winners!

"Pollack Book Preserve" by Ang Foley (1st Place) First place in this year’s photo contest, Farms, Forests and the Sea: Capturing Natural Cape, was awarded to …

Help us protect the rural character of Cape Elizabeth

You can play a part in conserving and caring for the extraordinary nature of Cape Elizabeth, from Robinson Woods to Trundy Point to Pollack Brook and many places in between. Join the community of CELT members by donating today!

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