Located in Jonesport, the Moosabec Mussels property provides access for more than 10 mussel and mahogany clam boats that require a sturdy pier and deep water to berth at low tide. A processing and packing plant that employs more than a dozen people year round also occupies the site.
The Nature Conservancy’s 15,000-acre Moose River Preserve is located west of Jackman, in northern Somerset County. This wildlife and habitat rich property includes one of the largest, most diverse and least disturbed peatlands in the eastern U.S. Activities include hunting, fishing, camping, and remote paddling along the scenic Moose River.
Located in Hanover, near the confluence of the Bear and Androscoggin Rivers, Moran’s Landing is a Mahoosuc Land Trust-owned boat launch site. One of many access points along the Androscoggin River Trail, this 4.7-acre preserve welcomes boaters and fishermen.
Located in the town of Lubec, Morong Cove offers hikers, snowshoe enthusiasts, and birdwatchers 3.3 miles of moderate trails with scenic views of Cobscook Bay and access to the shoreline. Portions of the trail wind through historic farm fields and past former homesteads.
Located in Western Maine’s High Peak region, Mount Abraham rises 4,049 feet above sea level to a barren rocky summit that features dramatic views. This 6,317-acre public reserve features a challenging hiking trail which eventually connects to the Appalachian Trail.
This 48-acre Downeast Coastal Conservancy preserve is located in Lubec where a 0.4-mile long trail leads from the school, winds through a coastal marsh across boardwalk, and reaches an expansive sandy beach. Mowry Beach includes stunning views of Campobello Island, Grand Manan, and West Quoddy Head.
Located in the heart of Piscataquis County, Nahmakanta Public Reserve is 43,000 acres of wildlife-rich forests, low ledge-covered mountains, numerous streams, narrow gorges, and 24 great ponds. Visitors venture to this remote area throughout the year.