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Photo by Curtis Rindlaub

Peaks Island Land Preserve

 

Peaks Island is small:  720 acres, barely a square mile.  A visitor in 1975 could have walked a mile along the back shore or through the woods without seeing any houses.  In recent years, our population has significantly increased and real estate development has dramatically changed the character of the island. Peaks Island Land Preserve protects the island’s natural areas and special places for the enjoyment of present and future generations.

 

We invite you to browse through our site to learn about PILP and what we do.

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