Support the
ROUND THE MOUNTAIN
Collaboration

Fundraising Goal: $5.6 Million
 

The Round the Mountain Collaboration will permanently conserve open space and critical wildlife habitat on and around Ragged Mountain, while also securing and expanding two benefits essential to the community: pure drinking water and opportunities for healthy outdoor recreation.


We will accomplish this by: 1) permanently conserving 1,400 acres of watershed land surrounding Mirror Lake and Grassy Pond that are sources of drinking water for six coastal communities; and 2) designing, building, and stewarding the Round the Mountain Trail, a nine-mile trail system providing four-season opportunities to explore Ragged Mountain on foot, skis, snowshoes, or bike.


To fulfill this ambitious vision, Coastal Mountains Land Trust and Maine Coast Heritage Trust are raising $5.6 million to purchase two conservation easements that will protect Maine Water Company's land around Mirror Lake, Ragged Mountain, Grassy Pond, and Spruce Mountain as well as additional parcels of land and constructing the trail.  Currently, the first three miles have been built.
 

Please call to discuss recognition opportunities, multi-year pledges or other arrangements for significant gifts.

This is a secure form—all information is encrypted. Coastal Mountains Land Trust does not share donor information.

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Huge thanks to the first three Mile Marker Fundraisers:
 
TRAIL RUNNERS OF MIDCOAST MAINE
 
MCNEMBA
(Midcoast Chapter of the Mountain Biking Association of New England)
 
RAGGED MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION 
Each has raised and donated $10,000 for one of the nine mile markers
we will need to install as the trail is built!
Does your organization, club, or team want to adopt a Mile Marker?
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      ROUND THE MOUNTAIN VISION

ARTIST INTERPRETATION

Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5pm | 101 Mount Battie Street, Camden, Maine 04843 | (207) 236-7091 | (207) 236-0612 fax | info@coastalmountains.org