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Annual Fund Appeal
PRLT is doing more than ever and needs your support more than ever. Please consider contributing to our annual fund, which will help us continue our mission to conserve and steward outstanding lands in Gorham, Gray, Sebago, Standish, Westbrook, and Windham to preserve the character of the Presumpscot River watershed for the benefit of people and wildlife.

Saving Bees and Butterflies
Most folks have heard that the honeybee population is declining due to colony collapse disorder. According to the US Department of Agriculture, about one-third of the food we eat depends directly or indirectly on the viability of honeybees as pollinators. While there are several possible causes of colony collapse disorder and there is no definite solution, there are some things that we can do to support the bees’ health. >>Click to read full article<<
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185 of 482-acre Randall Orchard Property now under conservation!

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