Project Manager, Western Washington County
Department: Land Protection
“Through conservation we can take an actual physical place—maybe a waterfront meadow that could become a community garden, or a scenic peninsula rich in archaeological resources and sacred to the Passamaquoddy Tribe—and keep it safe from subdivision and exploitation, and make it accessible for many more people to enjoy.”
When he’s not in the office attending meetings or writing grants, Patrick visits properties and islands along the downeast coast to assess their conservation potential. He meets with families, community members, and many partner organizations who are looking for MCHT’s help to conserve these special places.