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  • You Heard It Here First...

  • You Can Help Protect Sacred Land in Maine

  • “My mother would be dancing”

    Erickson Fields Preserve offers something you’re less and less likely to find in midcoast Maine: a broad swath of undeveloped land. A new trail through the woods, half a mile from the ocean. Young people working in the dirt, who know what a hard day’s work outside feels like.

  • This Land is Your Land

  • Protecting the Wild Nature of the Schoodic Region

    Maine’s Schoodic Peninsula is one of only two places on the East Coast (the other is also in Maine) where inland forest stretches to the coast in a contiguous, unbroken line.

  • Harnessing the Power of the Land

    Around a bend on Mount Desert Island’s Tremont Road, the view opens up suddenly and spectacularly to reveal Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s Kelley Farm Preserve, ten acres of protected meadowland on Cousins Creek overlooking the mountains of Acadia National Park. MDI has no shortage of beautiful views. But this one is a little different.

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