179 Neptune Drive, Brunswick, Maine 04011 | (207) 729-7694
Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust is a local land trust, serving the communities of Brunswick, Topsham, and Bowdoin and partnering on diverse projects in and around the southern Midcoast Maine region.
We are a nonprofit that conserves land valued by our communities for its ecological, habitat, scenic, agricultural, and other values. We own some properties and hold conservation easements – where the land stays in private ownership – on others. We are the permanent stewards of these lands, ensuring their conservation values remain intact over time. We focus on:
We work closely with an array of public and private organizations, towns, private businesses, and landowners to ensure that our communities accommodate both conserved lands and development in suitable areas.
Our passion is connecting people to land and we try to provide many different ways for people to engage with the natural world. Through our trails, Saturday Farmers’ Market, Tom Settlemire Community Garden, Young Explorers program, and other activities, we get people outdoors with their neighbors – human and wild – to forge lifelong relationships. We believe that when a community is deeply connected to its land and natural resource base, it will prosper on many levels.
Join us for our annual Crystal Spring Farm bird walk with Jan Pierson. This event is part of the Spring Birding Extravanganza, a partnership with Kennebec Estuary Land Trust and Harpswell Heritage Land Trust. Registration Required.
Join is for an exploratory bird walk at Tarbox Preserve with John Berry. This event is part of the Spring Birding Extravanganza, a partnership with Kennebec Estuary Land Trust and Harpswell Heritage Land Trust. Registration required.
2021 WGW Pollinators By Averil Fessenden Here we are in a tantalizing time of year, with the light and warmth on the upswing, foretelling gardening season. Yet cold days and nights, brown and dull colors coming into sight as the snow disappears are with us as winter wanes. What better way to tame our eagerness […]
We had a great line up of Winter Garden Workshops this year, thanks to our partnership with Curtis Memorial Library, our sponsors Camden National Bank, and all our great speakers. You can now see videos of all the presentations HERE. Topics included: Gardening for Small Spaces, Kate Wallace, Resilience Hub Kate Wallace is the Programming […]