The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
Volunteers like Ed and Amy Francis ponder the marvelous minnow and other questions of coastal ecology.
Lottie Fortune steps back after volunteering for more than 25 years—always ready to do more, able to find the fun in any job, eternally optimistic, and open for festivity and adventure.
A great guided tour is always a work in progress.
Among Laudholm's earliest members, and a crafts festival and education volunteer from the beginning, Rhoda Frederick is a rare gem.
Americorps NCCC team Cedar 1 made the most of their 2+ weeks in Wells.
Make more of your visits to the reserve by sharing what you see and hear through citizen science projects. Here are half a dozen ways you can contribute.
Linda Littlefield Grenfell, an environmental educator at the Wells Reserve, completed hundreds of hours of training to earn certification through the Maine Master Naturalist Program.
The thirtieth annual Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival was a record-breaker and an art-filled, volunteer-fueled celebration.
The art of parked cars.
Getting hundreds of cars parked in an hour is no small feat. Our volunteers were up to the task on a record-breaking Saturday.