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Amanda Laliberte

Amanda Laliberte is currently the Programs & Communications Director at the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust, where she develops media, coordinates programs, and mentors youth. Amanda discovered her passion for interpretive design while working at McNenny State Fish Hatchery as their Education Naturalist when she developed a self-guided interpretive walking tour featuring six panels and an accompanying brochure. When Amanda isn't working she is homeschooling her son or reading. Her other favorite pastimes are hiking with her Australian Shepherd, Roamy, and cruising dirt roads to new places. If you want to hire her or discuss a project, you can reach out to her via the contact page.

44.897613, -70.832537 DIRECTIONS About the Western Shore  With 2000 acres to explore, Western Shore is an extraordinary place. This conservation easement includes ten islands – many with campsites!    Visitors can make camping reservations by calling Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve Wilderness Camping at (207) 864-2003.     Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT conserved this property …

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44.866303, -70.782102 DIRECTIONS About Toothaker  Camping is allowed on Toothaker Island. Reservations can be made by calling Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve Wilderness Camping at (207) 864-2003.   Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT conserved the Toothaker Easement with Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve Trust in 1997. THE SEVEN LEAVE NO TRACE PRINCIPLES FOR OUR CONSERVATION AREAS Plan …

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44.90205, -70.797470 DIRECTIONS About Students Island and the Mainland With 670-acres of primitive camping, there is no place like Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve. Students Island is 115-acres and is only accessible by water, and the island is forested, with a trail open for day use.   Contact Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve Wilderness Camping for reservations at …

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44.883023, -70.864250 DIRECTIONS About Upper Dam These lands include the two small islands above Upper Dam, a strip of shoreline east of the dam keeper’s house on Mooselookmeguntic Lake, and a 250’ wide strip on both sides of the Upper Dam tailrace, on Richardson Lake.   These lands are a great example of the balancing …

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44.9825, -70.7841 DIRECTIONS About Middle Dam and our Rapid River Lands RLHT owns the 165’ of land around Pond in the River and both sides of the Rapid River. RLHT acquired them due to the 1998 licensing of Upper and Middle Dam. It also includes 250’ on both sides of the Upper River, starting approximately …

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About the Schulte Easement This 6-acre parcel is abutted by other RLHT conservation properties, adding to the contiguous stretch of conserved lands on Cupsuptic and Mooselookmeguntic Lakes, along with both the Kennebago and Rangeley Rivers.    This easement has no public access. Please respect the landowner’s wishes.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT acquired this …

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44.9825, -70.7841 DIRECTIONS About Noyes  Located east of Rangeley Lakes State Park, this property adds to the contiguous stretch of conservation lands.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT purchased the 7-acre Noyes property in 1998.  THE SEVEN LEAVE NO TRACE PRINCIPLES FOR OUR CONSERVATION AREAS Plan Ahead & Prepare Being prepared means knowing where you …

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About Moonahanis This property is located on Cupsuptic Lake and adds to a contiguous stretch of conserved lands. This easement has no public access. Please respect the landowner’s wishes.  Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT conserved this 20-acre property in 1997.  THE SEVEN LEAVE NO TRACE PRINCIPLES FOR OUR CONSERVATION AREAS Plan Ahead & Prepare Being …

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45.014425, -70.645606 DIRECTIONS About Loon Lake Located on the southwest side of Loon Lake, this 780-acre property is open to many different types of recreation.   Access Loon Lake by the dirt road off Loon Lake Road on the left after the RLSC Groomer Barn.   Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story The Loon Lake property is …

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44.907285, -71.044631 DIRECTIONS About McDevitt Woods  Nestled in the hills between Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge and the Dartmouth Second College Grant, the parcel contributes to over 28,000 acres of functionally contiguous land that dominate the headwaters and shore-lands of the Magalloway, Dead Diamond, and Swift Diamond Rivers.  With 2,035’ on the Magalloway River and portions affording magnificent …

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Rangeley Region Recreational Map

Look at the new Rangeley Lakes Region Map that outlines recreational opportunities on our conservation lands. 

 

You’ll find day hikes, ponds and river paddles, self-led discovery trails, scenic drives, and much more!

 

Please stop by our office to pick up your copy!