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?

Recent News

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Naturalist’s Corner: Becoming a Citizen Scientist

Weekend Adventurers! Anglers! Backyard Naturalists! There’s no better time to get involved with citizen science. We put together a guide to some of the best …

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In Peter’s Words: The Story of Turkey Hill Farm

Before he passed away last year, Peter sat down with us to discuss the history of Turkey Hill Farm, and the story of how and …

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Turkey Hill Farm Donated to CELT

We're very excited to announce that Turkey Hill Farm was donated to CELT as a bequest from Peter Eastman, who passed away this past fall. Peter …

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Creature Feature: Cicada

Welcome to Creature Feature, a weekly series from the CELT education team highlighting local wildlife. Each week, we will share a short introduction to a …

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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