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Nature Blog Shares Stories

With striking sunsets, soaring bald eagles, and lounging seals there is something around every corner of Vinalhaven for even the most casual observers. Since 2007, MCHT Steward Kirk Gentalen has been collecting and showcasing these observations on a community supported nature blog. Read more.

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Maine Land Trust Network

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Learn about the Maine Land Trust Network, a program of MCHT that builds and sustains the quality and effectiveness of land conservation organizations statewide, or find your local land trust.

Help Protect Maine’s Coast

  • Long Point, Machias Bay

    MCHT has an opportunity to expand the Long Point Preserve in Machias Bay and increase access for clammers, hikers, and birdwatchers.
  • Lower Weskeag Fields and Forests

    In partnership with Georges River Land Trust and the Maine Department of Island Fisheries and Wildlife, Maine Coast Heritage Trust is leading an effort to conserve 238 acres on the lower Weskeag.
  • Help Protect High Island

    MCHT has an opportunity to protect this scenic island centrally located between Long Cove and Tenants Harbor in Saint George.
  • Help Improve New Clapboard Island Preserve

    Maine Coast Heritage Trust has purchased 15 acres on the northeast corner of Clapboard Island, but we still need to raise additional funds to pay for ongoing stewardship.

MCHT News

Lessons at Erickson Fields

This fall, MCHT partnered with three experiential learning school programs at our Erickson Fields Preserve in Rockport. The collaboration proved fruitful for eight young gardeners eager to engage with nature, serve their community, and attain personal, educational goals. [read more]

Saltwater Farm in Bernard Conserved for Public Access

Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) recently acquired a 10-acre saltwater farm in Bernard. With support from donors to its recent Mount Desert Island Land Conservation Initiative, MCHT purchased the property from the Kelley family who have lived there for over half a century. [read more]

Getting Outdoors in Lubec

This fall Maine Coast Heritage Trust's Regional Steward Melissa Lee joined Lubec Outing Club members on foot and by bike, as they played outdoors and explored their rugged coastline. [read more]

Read the Summer 2014 Maine Heritage Newsletter

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Public Notice of Accreditation Renewal

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