Nature is ME.
Through the Nature is ME campaign, we asked the people of Maine to share their images of our amazing natural state. The overwhelming response has reminded us about how much Mainers value our beautiful lands and waters.
2013 has been a year of unprecedented conservation success in Maine, from the northern forests to the Gulf of Maine. Explore the stories on this page and see how your support has helped nature for all of us.
2013 Annual Report
Maine State Director Mike Tetreault celebrates a great year for conservation in Maine, thanks to your support. See why Mike is celebrating!
Your support has made a tangible difference for nature in 2013 throughout Maine. See just a few things you've made possible.
Maine loggers Will and Don Cole know that great things happen when conservation and forest professionals work together. See how your support helps Maine forests.
Maine fisherman Kelo Pinkham sees collaboration among scientists, conservationists and fishermen as the route to a healthier Gulf of Maine. See what we’re doing.
As the guy who ensures clean drinking water for Portland, Paul Hunt knows the role healthy forests play for clean water. See how your support protects our waters.
Maine farmers Steve and Seren Sinisi care for the land because the land takes care of them. Your support also helps Maine’s land and those who rely on it. See how.
See how The Nature Conservancy takes a big-picture approach to restoring the Gulf of Maine for people and nature.
It's the season of giving back & giving thanks. Here's one supporter's inspiring story. What's yours?
The Director’s Circle honors generous donors who support our conservation efforts in Maine. Director's Circle members participate in special field trips and other events. Check it out!
See why we're proud to be part of the Penobscot River Restoration Trust and how you're helping to restore this magnificent river. Watch now!
see how, with your support, we're restoring rivers throughout New England, including Maine's Penobscot River. Follow the flow.
Your support helps protect second-largest easement in U.S. See why we're celebrating!
Securing one of America's great recreation areas in Maine.
See the article in Nature Conservancy Magazine.
Celebrate the conservation outcomes of the Sustainable Maine, Sustainable Planet Campaign. Cheer our success!
This unprecedented and innovative effort will restore more than 1,000 river miles of habitat, opening opportunities for people and nature. See the stories
Your support helps us partner with fishermen to restore the Gulf of Maine's traditional fisheries. See what we're doing!
With your help, we're working with fishermen on an innovations to rebuild fisheries and preserve a way of life for Maine families.
Robin Alden of the Penobscot East Resource Center describes the potential impact of the Sustainable Maine, Sustainable Planet Campaign.
We are working to permanently conserve more than 400,000 acres near Moosehead Lake and create an unprecedented corridor of conservation across Maine’s North Woods. Learn more
There's a lot to offer on this beautiful and protected part of coastal Maine. See how, with your help, we've protected these lands and created opportunities to enjoy.
Maine supporters team up to invest in global innovations. See how your support helps the big picture.
Spending time in nature helps two women understand their place in the world. See how you help us foster the next generation of conservationists.
Maine Trustee Barbara Trafton travels to the St. John Forest to see what sustainable forestry looks like, Conservancy-style! Join Barbara!
Maine's rivers and forests are once again supporting the fish and wildlife that rely on those habitats. See what's on Maine's list of top comebacks
In this Q & A with the Conservancy's Bill Patterson, see how we're achieving sustainable forestry near the Upper St. John River in northern Maine. Check it out
Maine Programs and People
See these inspiring stories of the people behind The Nature Conservancy's work in Maine. Be inspired
Conservancy State Director Mike Tetreault's thoughts and observations on conservation in Maine in the Portland Press Herald. See Mike's blog!
Maine's LEAF interns build a boardwalk and gain aspirations for the future. Meet the crew!
MPBN and the Conservancy bring you up close to Maine's people, places, plants and animals. Enjoy these videos
The MNRCP is administered by The Nature Conservancy to provide critical funding for conservation around the state. See how it works and what's funded.
Check out some of our great features about our work and the people who make conservation a success in Maine. See more of our amazing stories.