Videos

Facilitating Wabanaki Access – 2022 Maine Land Conservation Conference

June 23, 2022

Facilitating Wabanaki Access to Traditional Wabanaki Territory for Cultural Uses This workshop provides some history of cultural background on traditional Wabanaki land uses, describes how such cultural uses are still carried on today, what they might include and why they are important.  Information on tools being developed for securing or…

At The Speed of Trust – 2022 Maine Land Conservation Conference

June 23, 2022

At The Speed of Trust: The Role of First Light Conservation Community Delegation Beginning in 202, a small group of people from the conservation community in Maine have been bringing their land conservation skills and experience into a conversation around increasing land and access for Wabanaki people. In this session,…

Effective Board Financial Oversight – 2022 Maine Land Conservation Conference

June 23, 2022

  Effective Board Financial Oversight Engaging your board in financial oversight is critical to the long-term health and stability of your land trust. Rethink your Board’s financial oversight and direction-setting roles and explore new tools and strategies to build Board understanding of your land trust’s greatest financial risks and key…

Governance Really Matters – 2022 Maine Land Conservation Conference

June 23, 2022

Governance Really Matters: Are You Ready for Leadership Succession? Organizational governance matters seem to always fall to the bottom of the priority list with many organizations. Hear an engaging conversation with Chebeague & Cumberland Land Trust leaders Penny Asherman and Rod Vogel as they share their story of a 5-year…

Raise the Bar; Lower the Barriers – 2022 Maine Land Conservation Conference

June 23, 2022

Raise the Bar; Lower the Barriers – Making your land trust properties more accessible Two Maine-based adaptive adventure advocates share the Zoom screen to tell a story that is part inspiration, part aspiration, part actual instruction. Enock Glidden of Go Beyond the Fence and Zach Stegeman of the Adaptive Outdoor Education Center  team…

Maine Land Trust Network and MCHT’s Land Trust Program Work Together to Support Maine’s Land Trust

May 24, 2022

The Maine Land Trust Network comprises Maine’s 85 land trusts, and MCHT’s Land Trust Program includes three full time staff.  Together, they build and sustain the quality and effectiveness of land trusts as well as other organizations engaged in land conservation, drawing upon their collective expertise and resources to ensure…

2022 Espy Land Heritage Award: Jerry Bley

March 31, 2022

Maine Coast Heritage Trust presents the Espy Land Heritage Award to an individual, organization, agency, or coalition for exemplary conservation efforts in Maine.

Why Land Trusts Matter to Mainers

March 28, 2022

David Trahan, director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, speaks to the importance of land conservation in sustaining the tradition of hunting in Maine. 

Outdoor Adventures with Amanda: Amanda Goes Camping

August 13, 2021

Regional land steward Amanda Devine shares some dos and don’ts to keep in mind when camping on the coast. Stay safe, be respectful, and HAVE FUN out there!

Outdoor Adventures with Amanda: Amanda Goes for a Walk

May 19, 2021

Maine Coast Heritage Trust regional land steward Amanda Devine offers some dos and don’ts to keep in mind when visiting land trust preserves and other conserved lands. Stay safe, be respectful, and HAVE FUN when you’re out exploring!