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
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.
Conserving connected landscapes on the Maine coast
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
Participants submitted 184 photos from up and down the Maine coast.
A limited-release Maine Sea Bag featuring art by Eric Hopkins to benefit Maine Coast Heritage Trust
From cellar holes to social media: a history major shares tales from her internship with York Land Trust
Years ago MCHT helped conserve much of Sears Island; today the Friends of Sears Island are bringing it to life
Siblings work with MCHT to protect the land their parents loved