Winthrop Conservation Commission
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The 94-acre Mt. Pisgah Community Conservation Area was established in 2003 when the Maine Forest Service granted a conservation easement to the Kennebec Land Trust and then sold the property to the Town of Winthrop. The successful protection of the Mt Pisgah tower property culminated a community-wide effort to conserve the area for outdoor recreation, water quality protection, and continued access to the lookout tower.
Winthrop Conservation Commission and Kennebec Land Trust, "Mt. Piscgah Community Conservation Area Management Plan" (2006). Maine Town Documents. 6881.
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