Maine Coast Heritage Trust presents the Maine Land Conservation Conference for and with Maine’s robust land conservation community. We come together to train on best practices in all aspects of land trust work, connect with our peers, and grapple with the most pressing issues facing land conservation today.
- Scroll to the bottom of this page for key documents, below our list of sponsors
- Download the conference brochure
- NEW THIS YEAR! This year we will offer roundtable discussions at the end of the day rather than a 3rd workshop session. Don’t miss this opportunity to both listen and share your own expertise in one of nine topical group discussions (Saturday workshop list). Be sure to sign up when you register.
When New York City wanted to bring 40% of its trash to her neighborhood in the South Bronx, Majora Carter pushed back. Her goal of building a prouder community grew to include more than just green space.
In partnership with local government, businesses, and neighborhood organizations she has improved opportunities for transportation, fitness and recreation, nutrition, and economic development. Majora’s lessons learned will remind us that environment is just one component in building a stronger, healthier community.
Through the generosity of an anonymous donor, Maine Coast Heritage Trust is proud to offer free admissionto students with a Maine connection whose studies include an environmental, nonprofit, or sustainability focus. The scholarship covers the cost of registration Saturday only (though except for the evening reception, Friday events are free for all). To apply, write a short essay that briefly describes your course of study, what you think you might like to do when you graduate, and how you hope attending the conference will ehlp you with your goals. Send your application to Donna @ email@example.com with the subject line: Conference Scholarship application.