About the Arundel Conservation Trust
The Arundel Conservation Trust is a chapter of the long-established Kennebunkport Conservation Trust. Building on 40+ years of experience, the ACT is dedicated to creating a stronger, more vibrant community that honors our heritage through the conservation of our unique natural, recreational, and scenic resources for the enjoyment of all.
Maximize our effectiveness and resources in securing significant properties by working within the organizational structure of Kennebunkport Conservation Trust.
Identify and fund the ability to acquire and conserve properties.
To foster conservation through nurturing partnerships with town government, community groups and others to balance the need for economic growth, wildlife corridors and human enjoyment of the outdoors.
Promote education and provide access to the natural world for all.
Enlist support of volunteers to create and maintain in stewardship our properties.
Looking back at 2020
Our vibrant community has a rich and diverse history, filled with the stories that define the growth of our state and our nation. Our goal is to preserve and protect the natural land for future generations to enjoy!
This wouldn't be possible without all of YOU!
Read up on ACT's 2nd Annual Meeting here.
ACT's 2019 Community Hero: Roger Taschereau, Director of Arundel Public Works
ACT's 2019 Volunteer of the Year: Bud Danis and Dave Jourdan
ACT's 2019 Special Volunteer Award: The Rush Family
Arundel is home to many riding programs and horse trails. Our trails & open fields are the perfect place for riders.
The Apple Pie Contest is a popular event at Arundel Heritage Days.
The surge of small farms and Community Supported Agriculture programs has enhanced the livelihood of our residents.
Looking out over the fields of The Cluff Preserve is like looking into our State's history.
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