A poem by Nancy Nielsen, part of the Voices from the Coast project to celebrate peoples’ deep connection to the Maine coast and MCHT’s 50 years of land conservation.
While practicing social distancing, you can get outside and enjoy the health benefits—both physical and mental—of MCHT’s public preserves.
MCHT works with the community of Brooksville to protect public access to a local beach
Coastal Mountains Land Trust makes strides in the Round the Mountain conservation effort, with support from the Land for Maine’s Future program, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, and the Maine Water Company.
Small in acres, big in impact: a conservation project at Bailey’s Mistake in Lubec improves access for recreational and commercial use on the Bold Coast.
In East Machias, when a local sliding hill went up for sale, MCHT was able to conserve it, ensuring kids will always be able to access this special spot.
MCHT, the town of St. George, and Georges River Land Trust come together to protect special places in the midcoast for the public to enjoy.
This bold coast preserve was featured in Down East magazine’s 2019 June edition, followed by a reader response offering a unique take on the conservation of this stellar preserve.
MCHT protected Lookout Rock in Brooksville in the spring of 2018. Since then, stewards have been hard at work turning it into a public preserve.
Generous landowners donate easements on their extraordinary MDI properties, forever protecting iconic viewsheds on MDI.
20 years ago, Albert Chatfield Jr. bequeathed his saltwater farm and world-class herd of Belted Galloways to MCHT, and so many have given to make it what it is today.
Woodward Point is now conserved. But the story doesn’t end there—in fact, for MCHT’s land stewards, it’s just beginning.
Conservation projects up and down the coast keep the coast open, healthy, and working
85 acres along the Penobscot River now comprise Nibezun, a cultural center promoting healing and sustainability