I have early childhood memories of sitting on the ledges watching seals and exploring tidepools filled with all kinds of fascinating creatures…
Our new Southern Maine Outreach Coordinator is excited to bring her skillset and outdoor educational experience to this new position at MCHT.
By 2022 MCHT Richard G. Rockefeller Conservation Intern Matthew Martin
The September 2019 issue of Down East magazine has a special feature about how land conservation keeps Maine a birding mecca.
The best way to avoid diseases like Lyme is to learn the risk of tick bites, and how to prevent and treat them.
Tracking wildlife isn’t always about finding wildlife. More often than not, it’s about what you can learn from the clues that have been left behind. But sometimes, you might just be pleasantly surprised!
Most ice skaters don’t quite understand why Kirk Gentalen spends so much time on the ice and so little in ice skates. But to Kirk, the magic of a frozen marsh goes beyond ice skating. The magic lies in the stories a frozen world can tell and the wildlife that lives in it!
With the conservation of Sheep Island, MCHT offers a trio of great island preserves in Owls Head.
Maine Coast Heritage Trust is fundraising to permanently conserve Little Whaleboat, Nate, and Tuck islands in Casco Bay—to ensure people will always be able to access these special places.
When Ryan Conery-Pulin woke up on the Maine coast for the first time, he had an experience he’ll never forget. And that was just the beginning of his deep connection to the Maine coast.
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.
MCHT has acquired 120 acres of Clark Island to create a special new Midcoast preserve, but fundraising efforts still continue to support ongoing stewardship of the island.
In 2020, use of conserved land was up across the state. What did this mean for MCHT land stewards?
MCHT Land Steward Kirk Gentalen heads inland for a mushroom-filled trip to the top of Mount Katahdin.