Period of Service
2012 to present
Phone: 207-646-4521 ext 144
- Fools Russian
- Join the Chorus #2: The Clause Comes Out
- Join the Chorus
- What the World Needs Now
- The Rift
- A Place Held in Reserve, with Your Support
- The First to Die
- Yet Another Perfect Storm?
- Better Living through Chemistry?
- Record-setting Crafts Festival in 2016
- Rounding Second
- Timing Is Everything
- At Your Service
- What Fathers Do
- Spring Fever
- A Rare Bird
- The Peculiar Creature Darwin
- What Do We Talk About When We Talk About the Weather?
- What An Atheist Believes In This Christmas
- Independent Claus
- On the Road
- Waterlogged Wednesday
- Living on the Edge
- 28th Crafts Festival is One for the Record Books
- Remembering Katrina, Part II: Could It Happen Here?
- Remembering Katrina, Part I
- Watching Colorado
- Getting Off My Horse High
- Winged Wednesday, Fledglings edition
- At Work with Artist-in-Residence David Allen
- Group On
- Our Fathers, Who Art in Science
- Wondering Wednesday
- Happy Memorial... Year
- Mothering Nature
- Black Gold?
- Mysterious Aquatic Creature Lurking in Wells Harbor?
- Maine’s Warmer but Sunnier Future
- An Ode to Pi
- Dr. Randy Olson Knows Something You Don't [Yet]
- Snowball Warming
- Shots First, Ask Questions Later
- The Great Thing About Science Is...
- My Favorite Science and Nature Stories of 2014
- Winter Wonder Wander
- Every Day Should Be #GivingTuesday
- 20/20 Vision at Our 2020 Vision
- Only Turkeys Don't Vote
- Liars and Flyers and Bears, Oh My
- Wells National Paranormal Research Reserve?
- For Peat's Sake
- On Death and Defiance
- Tidal Rave
- 27th Annual Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival a Winner for Wells Reserve and the Coast
- What Remains
- Full Power Ahead
- Disaster(s) Preparedness
- Feathered Friending
- Believe It or Not
- The Yester Bunny
- Managing Risk, or Prolonging Addiction?
- In Like a Lionfish, Part 2
- In Like a Lionfish, Part 1
- Love Is in the Light and in the Water
- Rough and Tumble
- MLK and CO2
- Glacial Time
- What Do You Get for the Planet That Has Everything?
- A Thanksgiving Toast to the Coast
- Jake's Ladder
- The World Is Not Flat
- How I Got Environmentally Educated
- Laudholm-palooza — Well Met, Indeed!
- Consider that Punkin fiddled!
- Leafing It All Behind
- Crafts Festival Recap and Thank You
- The King of Annual Family Migrations
- The Other Nature Crafts Festival
- Farm to Force
- Even on a Flaming River, a Rising Tide Lifted all Boats
- Music in the Key of Maine
- I'm a Plover, Not a Fighter
- Climate Change is a Beach
- Who Let the Dogs Out? (WARNING: partial nudity)
- I ♥ Estuaries
- Blog Post from a New England Office
- Turning Down the Heat
- Dear Santas
- A Magic Place
- Giving Thanks to Corning, Edison Press, and the USPS
- A Place Where Two Worlds Meet
Associated Blog Posts
Charov has been working in science education and environmental preservation for a decade. From 2008-2012, he directed institutional advancement Bette Midler’s New York Restoration Project (NYRP), a non-profit organization dedicated to reclaiming and restoring New York City parks, community gardens, and open space. He was responsible for managing more than 90 corporate, foundation, government, individual, and partner relationships that helped raise $10 million annually for operations and programs. He also raised funds for MillionTreesNYC, a $28 million citywide capital campaign and the nation’s largest and most ambitious urban forestry program.
Prior to his position at NYRP, Charov was the senior grants manager for the New York Hall of Science in Queens, the city’s hands-on science museum and research center. He holds a philosophy degree from Stanford University and spent far too much time performing improv comedy in the San Francisco Bay Area.
As chairman of the Wells Reserve and president of Laudholm Trust, Charov directs marketing and private fundraising for the Wells Reserve, interacting with donors and business partners, increasing membership, evangelizing the mission of the Reserve, working with the Wells Reserve staff, and overseeing the Trust’s signature events such as the Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival, Punkinfiddle, and music concerts.
A husband and father of two young boys, Charov is no stranger to Maine. He spent his childhood summers exploring the tide pools, pines, and breakwaters of Peaks Island in Casco Bay.
What is your choice of mascot for Wells Reserve and why?
The Northern Mockingbird, my first feathered friend here at the Reserve, continually attempting to make itself known in MANY different ways.
What is your favorite place at Wells Reserve?
The bench at the top of the hill near the flagpole — the best long view there is, especially for someone who'd been staring at the canyons of New York City for too many years