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
A conservation intern gains problem-solving skills while working for a local land trust.
From Washington County to the wilds of Sagadahoc—a conservation intern covers new ground.
Musings on the importance of donors, members, and volunteers—and why it’s fun to work outside!
“Odd jobs, hot days, good people: learning lessons about conservation—and life—on the job.”
After serving as Aldermere Farm Herd Manager for over five years, Baker now to oversee Aldermere Farm and Erickson Fields
Go for a wild(life) ride with MCHT Steward Kirk Gentalen as he tracks Maine’s great spring amphibian migration of 2018.
This year, Maine Coast Heritage Trust thought it was time to hit the pause button, to look closely at and think deeply and strategically about the land conservation movement and where it goes from here.
In the calm between storms or wind bursts, these are the songbirds making a blessed racket as the Maine winter doldrums set in.
In 2017, Maine Land Trust Network conducted a survey to learn more about the impact of land conservation on Maine communities. The results blew us away.
Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s year-round staff is made up of 54 people with one thing in common: we love the Maine coast.