Participants submitted 184 photos from up and down the Maine coast.
Through the lens of conservation, an intern wonders about where his family comes from
Who knew a ditch could be so cool? MCHT steward Kirk Gentalen, that’s who.
Donors help MCHT protect eight special places over several months
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.
MCHT wants to help you fend off cabin fever. Here are some great places to get outside on the coast in the wintertime.
Curious about the bushes blazing red on Maine roadsides in late fall and the birds that feast on the berries?
Maine Coast Heritage Trust thinks about trails and stone staircases and how to keep your feet dry on a wet walk through the woods so that you don’t have to.
Learn something new about Maine mushrooms with “looks that kill” and have a laugh while you’re at it…
Temperatures are dropping, roads are clearing of summer traffic… here are tips on where to go and what to do from MCHT’s MDI land steward.
Working along Maine’s nearly 5,000 miles of shoreline, we get to know the unique character of every bay. Muscongus, between John’s Bay and Penobscot Bay, is especially mercurial.
Tim Glidden, President of Maine Coast Heritage Trust, says conservation is about more than protecting land—it’s about holding open the door to experiences in nature that shape and connect us across time.
Think you need a boat of your own to get to Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s island preserves? Well, think again. Vinalhaven, the largest and most populated island in Penobscot Bay, is a 75-minute ferry ride from the mainland.
Here are some of Jane’s picks for kid-friendly MCHT preserves up and down the coast, where you can share your love for nature with the people who stand to benefit from it the most: kids.