The Royal River Conservation Trust is a land trust working to preserve a watershed. We are a non-profit community-based organization supported by people like you, with 3300 acres of conserved land on the river, in the hills, and in your neighborhood since 2002.
We are passionate about the Royal River's special places, Casco Bay, and the small hills and mountains upriver. We want kids in our communities to have a sense of wonder, in their backyards.
Please see our Upcoming Events page, for events for our members and the public in the Spring and Summer of 2013. Please plan especially to come hear Maine DIFW Commissioner Chandler Woodcock at our annual meeting on Thursday, June 20th. We recently spoke to the Open Space Institute -- a national opinion leader -- about climate change and the need for resilience of land and rivers as we face the unknown. Read our comments here. We depend upon support from hundreds of households and businesses. Last year we increased our membership dramatically, welcoming 100 new households. Thank you for your generosity. Please join us or donate today to support our work.
If we aren't already acquainted, or if you don't find what you're looking for on this website, please phone us or drop us a note at or stop by our office at 325 Main St, Yarmouth. (But use our Post Office Box for mailing.)