Kate Bonowitz helps competitors at the winter biathlons.
Volunteer Chuck Frost helping some young snowshowers.
Fred Garbo of Garbo+Kane Solar and Dave Greenleaf install signage for the electric vehicle charging station powered by the sun, which was organized by the Center for an Ecology-Based Economy.
Sandie Page (in orange) with her family at Marshall Pond.
SUPPORT THE TRUST
Make a Gift Today
Western Foothills Land Trust is a community & donor-driven organization supporting the health, habitat, and cultural heritage of the western Maine region. The Trust manages recreational trails on its preserves and collaborates within its community to create healthy opportunities through programs, events, and recreation opportunities.
Your donation helps:
Preserve critical forests and lands in the Crooked River Watershed
Build and maintain over 30 miles of recreational trails
Provide free programming year-round for all ages and abilities
Support the local community's health and wellness through recreation
Offer free use of Nordic ski & snowshoe equipment at Roberts Farm Preserve
Ensure that forest and farmlands are conserved permanently for your future
Ways to donate:
By Mail: Western Foothills Land Trust, PO Box 107, Norway, Maine 04268
Online: Click on the button below to donate with a credit card. You can make a 1-time donation or sign up for our monthly giving program on your schedule, your preferred amount.
If you are unable to make a donation or if you would enjoy working alongside us, there are many opportunities to volunteer with WFLT! From programs, to trail-work, easement monitoring and mailings, we offer opportunities for all interests and abilities. Email email@example.com FMI
"Roberts Farm is a place I love to go
to and use for recreational purposes—
getting others out there to do the
same is logical, and doing it from Brooklyn via social media is the best
way I can help WFLT. The benefit to me and my family (especially my kids as they get older) far outweighs the cost of volunteering."
– Simon Rucker
Endowments & Bequests
Gifts of those who include Western Foothills Land Trust in their estate planning can make a valuable contribution while taking advantage of federal and state tax laws that may allow reduction of income taxes, lower gift, and estate taxes, or provide income during the donor's lifetime.
Some of the possibilities include a bequest through a will or trust; naming Western Foothills Land Trust as the beneficiary of property, valuable collections, an insurance policy or retirement plan; a charitable remainder trust or charitable lead trust; and a pooled income fund.
For more information about planned giving, including bequests and annuities, please contact Lee Dassler at 207-739-2124 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org