ARTS ON THE HILL 2020
VIRTUAL

Gordon Bok and Carol Rohl: Light of the Moon (October 2020)

Gordon Bok and Carol Rohl: Willem          (October 2020)

David Dodson: New Home Town (October 2020)

David Dodson: Hard Time (October 2020)

David Dodson: Same Old Thing (October 2020)

Mallett Brothers (September 2020)

Dave Morrison: Note to Self (July 2020)

Jim Doble (October 2020)

Kat and Charlie O'Brien (July 2020)

David Dodson: Underneath the Pines (October 2020)

TROMPINGS WITH MATT

Join Maine Conservation Corps intern Matt Bonner as he visits a new preserve each month and records what he sees!

Beech Hill Preserve (July 2020)

Ragged Mountain (August 2020)

Main Stream Preserve (September 2020)

Newman Preserve (November 2020)

St. Clair Preserve (November 2020)

CONSERVATION VIDEOS

Our Trust (2017)

Little Ragged Tract Acquisition (2017)

McLellan-Poor Preserve
Ramsey Brook Bridge Move (2018)

Littlefield Preserve Flyover by Jacob Gerritsen (2017)

Meg Barclay tells the story of Beech Nut (2012)

Belfast Rail Trail (2015)

EVENT VIDEOS

Browntail Moth

Coastal Mountains Nature Program presented a talk at the Camden Public Library on Thursday, December 12, 2019, by Tom Schmeelk, an Entomologist with the Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry through the Maine Forest Service Insect & Disease Lab.

Interactions Among Plants and Insects – the Complex Webs They Weave

Coastal Mountains Nature Program presented a talk at the Camden Public Library on Thursday, November 14, 2019, by Roger Rittmaster, a retired endocrinologist,  a Maine Master Naturalist, and the author of “Butterflies Up Close: A Guide to Butterfly Photography”.

Waste Not, Want Not

Coastal Mountains Nature Program presented a talk at the Camden Public Library on Thursday, January 10, 2019, by

Brent Kim, a Program Officer at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future in the Food Production and Public Health Program.

Rediscovering Ecologic Agriculture

Coastal Mountains Nature Program presented a talk at the Camden Public Library on Thursday, November 8, 2018, by

Robert Lawrence of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Our Mountain Voices

This celebration of Land Conservation through Song and Art was recorded on Friday, September 22, 2017 at the

Camden Opera House in Camden, Maine.

Full Program (2017)

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