Third Thursday: Owls Head Harbor – A Little Bit of Access Makes a Big Difference

A monthly virtual series on Zoom

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Join us online on the third Thursday of the month for a look at the work our donors make possible. Whether it’s access to the water, resilience to climate change, working with your community leaders, or supporting your local land trust—there’s so much to talk about!

Sessions are presented by members of the MCHT board, staff, and partner organizations who are out there every day, working together, to make the work happen. There’s plenty of time at the end of each session to answer your questions.

THIS MONTH: Waterfront Access in Owls Head

Beginning with the donation of a small waterfront parcel, Maine Coast Heritage Trust staff worked with the Midcoast town of Owls Head over four years to create a waterfront park owned and managed by the town with hand-carry access for small boats and a parking lot to ensure that this picture-perfect harbor has public access forever.

Presented by Jeremy Gabrielson, MCHT Senior Conservation and Community Planner, and Amanda Devine, MCHT Regional Steward Manager.

Upcoming Third Thursday presentations

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  • May 18: The History of Malaga Island
  • June 15: The River’s Initiative: Habitat Restoration on the Narraguagus River
  • September 21: An Update from Augusta: Conservation News in the Legislature
  • October 19: Aldermere Farm: A Virtual Barn Tour
  • November 16: The Maine Land Trust Program: Statewide Leadership and Support for Local Land Trusts

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Past Third Thursday presentations

View the recordings of our past Third Thursday presentations.