The Nature Conservancy in Maine

Organization Information

WebsiteClick to visit
Street14 Maine Street, Suite 401
Town/CityBrunswick, Maine 04011
CountiesStatewide
EmailClick to send
Phone 207-729-5181
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Service Area

Statewide in Maine – Global organization with programs in over 70 countries

Key Facts

Since 1956, The Nature Conservancy has helped to protect over 1.7 million acres of important habitat in Maine and today owns more than 300,000 acres and monitors easements on over 60,000 additional acres.

The Nature Conservancy works to maintain healthy forests across the state through a network of reserves connected to sustainably-harvested timberlands. We remove barriers for fish and wildlife passage in rivers and streams while improving the ability of road-stream crossings to withstand flooding. We partner with fishermen to test and implement techniques aimed at reversing the decline of habitats and species in the Gulf of Maine. We engage with communities to develop energy efficiencies and reduce carbon emissions.

The Nature Conservancy employs a proven scientific approach, a skilled staff of conservation specialists, a pool of impressive partner organizations, and the support of committed members to care for Maine’s entire natural system—focusing the power of people to make positive changes for nature.

The Nature Conservancy in Maine is an accredited land trust.

Accredited Land Trust

Main Contact

NameSusan Caldwell
TitleConservation Coordinator
Address14 Maine Street, Suite 401, Brunswick, ME 04011
EmailClick to send
Phone 207-607-4818

Alternate Contact

NameTamara Pinard
TitleCommunity Initiatives Manager
Address14 Maine Street, Suite 401, Brunswick, ME 04011
EmailClick to send
Phone 207-607-4814

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