The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust holds an easement of 113 acres on the Ricker-Scammon Farm in Topsham. The land has long been used for agriculture. This easement protects the farm for agricultural use by preventing it from being converted to residential use. Other benefits include protection of wildlife habitat, Cathance Stream frontage, and scenic views. Fifty acres of land is currently leased to a neighboring farmer who grows feed corn and hay on it. The easement does not provide for public access.