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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.

On Wednesday, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust (RLHT) completed the purchase of 1,731 acres of forest, shorefront, and wetlands, including over two miles of undeveloped shorefront and uplands surrounding 190-acre Little Kennebago Lake and nine miles of frontage on the upper Kennebago River from Crowley Brook to Little Kennebago Lake.

About the Evans Easement Privately owned, this 14-acre easement protects land on the shore of Rangeley Lake.   This easement has no public access. Please respect the landowner’s wishes.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT acquired this easement in 2007. THE SEVEN LEAVE NO TRACE PRINCIPLES FOR OUR CONSERVATION AREAS Plan Ahead & Prepare Being …

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44.970612, -70.707830 DIRECTIONS About Hunter Cove Wildlife Sanctuary Hunter Cove offers 1.5 miles of easy, flat trails with several loop options. The trails lead out to a beautiful section of Hunter Cove on Rangeley Lake.   HCWS is 100-acres of forested lands bordering Rangeley Lake, Dodge Pond Stream, and Route 4. There’s an abundance of habitats …

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44.961884, -70.713940 DIRECTIONS About Mingo Landing Mingo Landing is located on Mingo Loop Road on the southeast side of the bridge. The spot is a hand-carry site for Rangeley Lake, specifically Hunter Cove.    There is no established parking area.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT purchased the 2-acre Mingo Landing in 2012 to ensure …

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44.951866, -70.638333 DIRECTIONS About the Whip Willow Farm Easement This easement is located on the Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway below the Whip Willow Farm Scenic Overlook and is privately owned. This easement ensures one will not develop the land below, conserving the historic view of Rangeley Lake as seen from the overlook.   There …

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44.941917, -71.015372 DIRECTIONS About Mailbox Pool  Located in Wilson’s Mills, this 16-acre property provides trail access to the Magalloway River. Known for legendary fly-fishing, it also has white-water opportunities and beautiful river scenery.   Take special care to follow the established trail to prevent erosion and damage to fragile habitats.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story …

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44.838304, -70.710309 DIRECTIONS About Height of Land  RLHT conserved the 512-acre parcel to ensure this spectacular vista remains unspoiled. Height of Land is located along the Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway and bordering the Maine Bureau of Public Lands, the Appalachian Trail, Mooselookmeguntic Lake, and Bemis Stream.   You’ll find Height of Land on every map, …

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Located in Oquossoc with shore frontage on Cupsuptic Lake, this easement has no public access.

44.46358, -70.55760 DIRECTIONS About the Adelman Family Easement The Adelman Family Easement is a 170-acre parcel that directly abuts RLHT’s Rapid River Lands adding to the contiguous conservation lands.   Please respect the landowner’s wishes by hunting with permission only and snowmobiling on the established trail.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story This easement was donated …

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44.973844, -70.856923 DIRECTIONS About Forest Legacy Located in Adamstown, this 1272-acre property offers sweeping views of Cupsuptic and Mooselookmeguntic Lakes, and there’s over 3.3m of shoreline conserved forever. The Forest Legacy Conservation Area is truly unique within our conservation lands. There’s a ten trail network on the west side of the lakes with opportunities for …

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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!