Maine Coast Heritage Trust
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Putting Your Donations to Work
coastal islands protected
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Stories from the Coast
Nature has its ways of announcing transition. Winterberries and woolly bears for one are great indicators that fall has arrived. And as fall transitions to winter, MCHT nature bum Kirk Gentalen is excited to encounter the occasional frozen (hibernating) woolly bear and persistent winterberries holding onto their red—the only splash of color in a barren grey winter landscape—for months to come!
By 2023 MCHT Richard G. Rockefeller Conservation Intern Sadie Woodruff My name is Sadie Woodruff, and I am a rising sophomore at Wesleyan University, studying environmental science and biology. I graduated from Camden Hills in 2022 and have lived in Camden for the last eight years. I applied to many internships for this summer, not…
A writer and her young daughter explore a city park near their home.
Angela Twitchell, Land Trust Program Director, shares insights from her tenure as the Executive Director of Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust.
In a changing climate, protecting connected woods and waters becomes increasingly important to help plants and animals survive.
What We’re Working on Now
Learn more about our ongoing conservation efforts and how you can make a difference for the Maine coast through specific causes or places you care about.
Initiatives to Make the Maine Coast More Resilient to Climate Change
Special Projects, Programs, and Campaigns
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