Videos from the Coast
Tour a preserve, learn from a land steward, or enjoy calming coastal moments.
The Babson Creek Learning forest is an ecologically important expanse of woodlands, home to wildlife, wetlands, and vernal pools—it’s also a natural extension of The Community School, a permanent outdoor education space on Mount Desert Island.
Almost all marshes in New England have been impacted by human disturbance at some point. Alongside partners, MCHT is working to restore Old Pond Marsh to the way it once naturally functioned.
Meet Amanda Moeser. Amanda is the owner/operator of Lanes Island Oysters—a small sustainably run oyster farm directly off the shores of MCHT’s Lanes Island Preserve in Yarmouth.
This mission moment takes us to the Bagaduce River in Hancock county, a relatively small river that runs through Sedgwick Brooksville, Penobscot, and Castine before it flows into Penobscot bay.
General manager Heidi Baker shares a story about what makes this community preserve so special.
Thanks to your support, we have been able to protect traditional coastal access areas and create more permanent public access for everyone
The Richard G. Rockefeller Conservation Internship Program was created to pair college students with host conservation organizations.
On the eve of Tim Glidden’s retirement from Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Tom Armstrong, the chair of MCHT’s board of directors, sits down with Tim to discuss his hopes and dreams for the future of the Maine coast and Maine Coast Heritage Trust.
Maine Coast Heritage Trust has been conserving land in the Seal Cove Pond area for decades. Now, we’re turning our attention to restoring fish passage from Seal Cove to Seal Cove Pond.
The stewardship staff has been busy at Woodward Point Preserve in Brunswick! Here’s Southern Maine steward Caitlin Gerber to give you an insider’s look at the latest features to make your visit more enjoyable.
Maine Coast Heritage Trust staff and friends of Erickson Fields Preserve in Rockport put together a cooking video featuring plentiful veggies on the farm—kale and garlic scapes—to inspire your next local and healthful meal.
Maine Coast Heritage Trust and other land trusts and conservation organizations offer some fabulous remote camping opportunities on conserved land.