From Climate Change to the Coronavirus: Land Conservation as a Critical Societal Need
Join Maine Coast Heritage Trust President Tim Glidden to explore land conservation in Maine.
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The State of Maine has made great strides in conserving land and water for wildlife and for human enjoyment, more than tripling the amount of protected lands over the past three decades. Despite this success, more challenges and opportunities await the State today and into the future. Join one of Maine’s leaders in environmental conservation, Maine Coast Heritage Trust President Tim Glidden, for insights into protecting the Maine landscape and its natural resources in these uncertain times.
Tim Glidden has been President of Maine Coast Heritage Trust since 2011. Prior to that, Tim led the Land for Maine’s Future Program during a period of unprecedented land conservation success. Tim currently serves on the Land Trust Alliance’s National Leadership Council. With his earlier work at the Natural Resources Council of Maine and as the Principal Analyst for Natural Resources at the Maine Legislature, Tim has been a participant and close observer of Maine’s environmental scene for 35 years. He graduated from Colby College and received a Master’s Degree in Forestry Sciences from Yale University. Born in Texas and raised in New England, Tim has lived in every spruce-fir state in the region.