Land Trust Leadership
MCHT President Tim Glidden reflects on the land conservation community’s response to recent national crises.
Jeff Romano pounds the pavement in Augusta, working on behalf of Maine’s land conservation community
MCHT Teen Ag crew member tells of her experience growing food for her community at Erickson Fields Preserve
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.
“Odd jobs, hot days, good people: learning lessons about conservation—and life—on the job.”
Years ago MCHT helped conserve much of Sears Island; today the Friends of Sears Island are bringing it to life
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 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.
What do you get when you put together a fisher trail, a deer carcass, and a game camera? A fun few days in the woods and a lot of awesome photos.
Land stewardship adds up to so much more than the sum of its parts—though sometimes, on a hot, humid day, it can be hard to see the forest for the trees.
At the annual Maine Land Conservation Conference, Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) named Barbara Vickery as recipient of the 2017 Espy Land Heritage Award for her exemplary conservation efforts in Maine.
All of us at Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) mourn the loss of David Rockefeller Sr. and extend heartfelt condolences to his family.
In addition to creating public preserves and building trails, your gifts to MCHT are helping protect sacred land in Maine, like Nibezun along the Penobscot River in Passadumkeag.
National Audubon has donated a 280-acre conservation easement on their Hog Island Sanctuary in Bremen to MCHT. This iconic Midcoast Maine island has been a hub for birders and naturalists for nearly a century.