Conservation Fee Lands Registry Deadline Extended
The Maine's Office of Policy and Management has sent a letter to MCHT stating that the deadline for land trusts to register conservation fee lands in the State's online database has been extended one week, to December 22nd.
Save the Date for Conference!
In 2018, we'll be trying something new. The annual conference will be taking place on Thursday, March 22nd. We hope to have more information for you soon, but for now, please mark your calendars and save the date for something completely different!
Upcoming Regional Meetings & Workshops
- Thursday, Mar 22nd, 2018
2018 Maine Land Conservation Conference
Recents Job Posts
- Stewardship Volunteer Coordinator, Friends of Acadia
- Executive and Operations Assistant, Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire
- Communications Manager, Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire
- Resident Gardener (seasonal, part time), Josepha A. Fiore Art Center (Maine Farmland Trust)
- Conservation Coordinator, Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire
Featured Conservation Story
For two years, Maine land trusts have been fending off a series of ill-conceived bills in the state legislature, each based on false assumptions questioning the value of land conservation. In “Land Trusts Work for Maine,” MLTN answers critics with actual data and real examples that illustrate how land conservation groups are expanding outdoor recreational opportunities, strengthening the tourism economy, supporting natural resource jobs, and enhancing local communities.
Land Trust News
September 12, 2017
July 13, 2017
The Kennebec Estuary Land Trust (KELT), headquartered in Bath, has won Down East magazine’s 2017 “Readers’ Choice” award as “Best Land Trust” in Maine. Held annually, the magazine’s competition solicits nominations from readers; winners are selected by thousands of Down East readers.