Deer Isle is a spectacular island community of 24,000 acres and 112 miles of shoreline, comprising the towns of Deer Isle and Stonington and outlying islands.
Island Heritage Trust is a community-based, non-profit land trust contributing to the well-being of the island community by conserving its distinctive landscape and natural resources, maintaining public access to valued trails, shoreline and islands, and by providing educational programming for all ages.
Island Heritage Trust is hiring!
For consideration, send in a cover letter, resume, and contacts for three references. If you love conservation, the Deer Isle-Stonington Community, and connecting the community and visitors with nature, here are three great ways to get engaged in this fun and meaningful work! See Position Descriptions above for more information.
Join us on Earth Day, Monday, April 22! Island Heritage Trust hosts the Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries for a talk on clams and co-management of the fishery. More info.
Island Heritage Trust is pleased to announce the arrival of Paul Miller as the Trust's new Executive Director as of June 1st. Mike Little has retired after ten great years with the Trust. Read more about Paul here.
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.
7th Graders' Beach Grass Project
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 beach grass has shown great progress as it grew out beyond the flags!
at Causeway Beach
420 Sunset Road ~ Deer Isle, Maine
Mail: P.O. Box 42 / Deer Isle, ME 04627