Wildlife tracks, trails, and what to make of them—your guide to winter wandering through Maine marshes
On Giving Tuesday 2018, donors gave over $20,000 to Keep the Coast Open
Pell Island makes MCHT’s 11th preserve in the archipelago between Stonington and Isle au Haut.
On MDI, MCHT is protecting critical wildlife and salt marsh habitat while working with local organization to create affordable workforce housing.
MCHT conserved one of the largest islands in Penobscot Bay for public access. Now what?
Conservation of Woodward Point protects shore access and water quality for clammers and oyster growers
A limited-release Maine Sea Bag featuring art by Eric Hopkins to benefit Maine Coast Heritage Trust
One day, $10,474, more than 13 clean Maine beaches—donors made it happen!
From cellar holes to social media: a history major shares tales from her internship with York Land Trust
Who knew a ditch could be so cool? MCHT steward Kirk Gentalen, that’s who.
Siblings work with MCHT to protect the land their parents loved
I had no idea that my appreciation for land trusts would grow significantly—not only from learning about the stewardship aspect, but the community aspect as well.
Working along Maine’s nearly 5,000 miles of shoreline, we get to know the unique character of every bay. Muscongus, between John’s Bay and Penobscot Bay, is especially mercurial.
MCHT is working to conserve one of the largest undeveloped islands in the midcoast region, which happens to be a short paddle from a mainland preserve in Owls Head.
It’s not even July and the Maine Coast Heritage Trust Stewardship staff has already covered a lot of ground—thanks in part to all the volunteers who have pitched in.