Island Heritage Trust is pleased to announce the arrival of Paul Miller as the Trust’s new Executive Director as of June 1st 2018. Mike Little has retired after ten great years with the Trust. Read more about Paul here.
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Island Heritage Trust is excited to introduce our newest piece of land, Crystal Cove Preserve. This Oceanville property was generously donated by the Homann family, and will be open for visitors come fall of 2016.
Island Heritage Trust is excited to present the silent auction of two Carolyn Caldwell paintings to benefit the Trust. Carolyn has generously offered these paintings, with IHT receiving 50% of the sales price, so that the Trust can “keep preserving the beautiful places we can all enjoy.” Both paintings are on view at The Island Agency in […]
Island Heritage Trust is pleased to welcome David Vandiver as its new Stewardship Director. David and his family live in Penobscot, and his wife, Marianne, works at Island Family Medicine. He brings us a wealth of experience and a passion for land conservation. For fourteen years – sometimes part time and sometimes full time – […]
Martha Bell, Island Heritage Trust Environmental Educator, along with Mickie Flores, DISES Middle School Science teacher, and a handful of her 7th graders continue the work of studying and encouraging the strong growth of Causeway Beach’s Beach Grass this May. After having placed the flags up around the strip of grass last fall, the protected […]
Island Heritage Trust Partnership With DISES Has Visible Results. Article by Elke Dorr from Island Ad-Vantages, July 23, 2015.
WHAT IS HAPPENING TO BATS ON MOUNT DESERT ISLAND? Story by Bruce Connery Fall/Winter 2013 Friends of Acadia Journal
Long time IHT supporters Ken and Marnie Crowell were honored with the 2009 Rowan Wakefield Award at the Annual Meeting on July 8, 2009. Named for one of IHT’s most active and best-loved early presidents, the Rowan Wakefield Award is given “… to the individual, selected by the Trustees of the Island Heritage Trust, whose […]
Holding artifacts that not seen the light of day for over 2,000 years, a group of amateur and professional archaeologists unearthed ancient materials from a shell midden illustrating life in the Early Archaic and Ceramic periods of Deer Isle’s paleo-Indian ancestors at Scott’s Landing this summer. Blessed with good weather, over 20 amateur archaeologists and […]
The Island lost one of its treasures March 23, 2008 with the passing of Lloyd Capen. Not long ago in an interview about his part in forming Island Heritage Trust, Lloyd recalled signing the IHT incorporation papers in April of 1987 with Jean Welch, Dud Hendrick and Cherie Mason. Lloyd described how Ruth Small Harris […]