In 2001 the Windham Land Trust was fortunate to have as its initial acquisition a 105-acre parcel of land in the center of Windham. This is land has changed little since the town was incorporated in 1735, and now will remain undeveloped and in its natural state forever. Learn more.
The 63-acre Frog Hollow Farm, a gift from John L. “Jack” Dunham, sits at the end of Winslow Road in Gorham. Discover fields, ponds, and abundant wildlife habitat on this beautiful parcel that reflects Mr. Dunham’s true love of the land. Excellent for hiking and snow shoeing. Learn more.
The Pringle Wildlife Preserve, on the corner of River Road and Windham Center Road, is a wonderful spot to view migrating waterfowl. The open terrain consists of fields and wetlands associated with Otter Brook. This wonderful 18-acre parcel was donated to the WLT by the Pringle family. Bring your boots and binoculars, and come visit this wonderful wildlife preserve. Learn more.