Entries by IHT

MEET IHT’S NEW AND SUSTAINABLE KIOSKS!

If you have recently visited the Lisa Tolman Wotton (LTW) Preserve or our Heritage House, you may have noticed the beautiful kiosks that welcome you to these locations. Funded through the Davis Conservation Foundation, the kiosk at LTW Preserve was designed and constructed by local carpenter Josh Worthington. The kiosk is related to the preserve […]

IHT Fall Hiking Club

Led by Martha Bell, Katy Rinehart, and Joni Banks. Join our dedicated volunteers & Environmental Educator, Martha Bell, on our preserves all through the Fall. Wednesdays at 9:00 am

Outreach Manager – Position Description

IHT’s Outreach Manager is a full-time, year-round, salaried position. Benefits include paid holidays, vacation time, personal days as well as a health stipend. Compensation is roughly $35-37K annually, to start, depending on experience.   POSITION SUMMARY The Outreach Manager’s primary focus is the planning and implementation of recruitment, engagement, and communications activities.  Additionally, the Outreach […]

A Guide for Maine Land Owners

The updated version of “Conservation Options” A Guide for Maine Land Owners, published by Maine Coast Heritage Trust here. “The earth is common ground and … gradually the idea is taking form that the land must be held in safekeeping, that one generation is to some extent responsible to the next …” – E.B. WHITE, […]

Maine Coastal Cleanup

September 23rd For Time & Location Email Martha Bell, IHT’s Environmental Educator Mbell@islandheritagetrust.org

DO NOT MOVE STONES

PERFORMANCES || FRI, SAT, SUN [08/27-08/29] 5:30PM ET   Through a special collaboration between the Reach Performing Arts Center, Island Heritage Trust, and ANNA + MARVIN, DO NOT MOVE STONES will be performed outdoors at the historic Settlement Quarry on Deer Isle. Enjoy this immersive, family-friendly production while nestled amongst towering spruces atop a granite […]

Community Conservation News

Fish Passage Restoration Project in Sedgwick Improves Roadway Safety July construction on Route 15 also opens spawning habitat to migrating fish Snows Brook – Press Release Map – MCHT SEDGWICK, ME: A culvert scheduled for replacement along Snows Cove Road in Sedgwick is an exciting step forward for the health of the Bagaduce River and […]