DENMARK — More than 210 acres in the upper Saco River watershed is now protected from development.

The Loon Echo Land Trust in Bridgton announced that, after a four-year process, it recently completed a conservation easement on the land, owned by Andrew and Joy Norkin of Denmark.

The property located on Harnden Road in northwestern Denmark contains a working forest, waterfront land and a sensitive bog, which means there is a variety of animal and plant life that makes it particularly important to conserve, said Carrie Walia, executive director of the land trust.

The land has been in the Norkin family since the 1940s and offers views of Pleasant Pond and Pleasant Mountain.

Walia wouldn’t disclose the cost of the easement, but said it was supported by a grant from the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife and The Nature Conservancy, as well as the land trust.