Mainers who work in fields such as agriculture, energy, forestry and fisheries wish for swift actions and policies that will move the state forward in the new year. Source asked five of them to answer the question: What is the one change you would like to see in your field in 2015 that would make Maine a more sustainable place to live?Read More
Celebrating a quarter century of conservation, the Kennebec Land Trust is looking to the future with a $3.5 million campaign to strengthen its programs, preserve more wilderness areas and expand recreational opportunities for people in central Maine.Read More
A coalition led by the Kennebec Land Trust has organized a conference Friday focused on sustainable forestry and its role in Maine’s local economies.
The land trust said the conference at the Augusta Civic Center will discuss the economic value of locally made wood products and the regional dynamics of New England’s forestland and forest products economy.Read More
If Aldo Leopold were alive today, he would certainly be celebrating the efforts of land trusts and our forestland conservation work. Collectively we are a voice for a personal land ethic, for stewardship of the earth’s finite natural resources, and for preservation of wild places in the midst of a civilized landscape...Read More
Warren Whitney of Maine Coast Heritage Trust writes about Building a Local Wood Movement on the blog of Forests for Maine's FutureRead More