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.
Malaga Island was once home to a mixed-race fishing community forcibly removed by the state in 1912. Now a public preserve and important Maine historical site, we encourage all to learn the story of Malaga and those who called the island home
Springtime at Aldermere Farm Preserve in Rockport means lots of new calves! Join the farm’s general manager Heidi Baker for a look behind the scenes at Aldermere’s annual Calf Unveiling Day.
In this fun and informative video, our regional land steward Amanda Devine offers some dos and don’ts to keep in mind when visiting Maine Coast Heritage Trust preserves and other conserved lands.
Aldermere Farm Preserve in Rockport is famous for its Belted Galloway herd, but its also home to beautiful Lily Pond at the foot of the Camden Hills.
In the summer of 2019, Timothy P. Wilson reached out to MCHT with the idea to make paintings inspired by conserved lands.
Located at the mouth of the Royal River in Casco Bay, Lanes Island Preserve features two spectacular campsites and a white sand beach on the south end of the island.
A mosaic of forests, wetlands, fields, and shrubland, this 132-acre preserve in South Thomaston abuts other conservation areas along the banks of one of the region’s most ecologically-rich saltwater marshes.RE
Located in Penobscot, this lovely 49-acre preserve offers sweeping views of the Bagaduce River and conservation lands in all directions.
With a rich history, this scenic point in Machiasport boasts incredible natural beauty with sweeping views to the islands of outer Machias Bay.
Come see the work done last summer at the Mill Pond at Walker Pond outlet in Brooksville.
This former Rockport dairy farm features a 1.4-mile trail and gardens where young people grow food for the community.
Despite its small size, the 21-acre Lampson Preserve in Castine and Penobscot offers many wildlife viewing opportunities and a quiet picnic spot along the banks of the Bagaduce River.