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The Wrack

The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.

Give the Gift of Laudholm

Posted by | November 28, 2017 | Filed under: Opinion

There’s a lot to be thankful for at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm this year. Thanks to you, we dodged storms, political and otherwise, and helped colleagues recover from them too. We brought more beauty into the world with an outdoor sculpture show that paired art and science. We continued crucial coastal research projects, launched new ventures with teachers and veterans, and even kept up with the maintenance at this old place.

I can’t think of a more fulfilling year, and I’m thankful for all that I’ve got.

There is one thing I have, though, that I wish more people had too: the beautiful Wells Reserve, this center for science, education, and conservation headquartered at the renovated Laudholm Farm in Southern Maine.

Members of Laudholm Trust know that the Wells Reserve is their reserve too. Its seven miles of trails, open all four seasons; its historic buildings; its beautiful beach and lands. Plus its exciting and important science and outdoor programs for children, families, local officials, and lifelong learners. Who wouldn’t want that, all year long?

People like you love the reserve’s beauty and believe in its mission. Will you help us spread the wonder of the Wells Reserve? Will you help us help others find this “place to discover”?

I hope you’ll make your a year-end donation to Laudholm Trust this holiday season. When you do, we’ll also send a free introductory membership to whomever you tell us to. Just send us a recipient’s address and a personal note and we’ll do the rest. Your gift of this place to someone else will be our gift to you. It will also be your gift to future generations, because this place and its work depend on you.

Thank you for your support, and happy holidays.


Nik Charov
President, Laudholm Trust

P.S. Give the gift of Laudholm. Please make a donation today, and let us know who we can introduce this place to in 2018.

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