The Director’s Circle honors those individuals who make a gift of $10,000 or more to support our conservation efforts in Maine over the course of a year. Your generous annual support is the bedrock of our conservation efforts and we want to provide you with special recognition that demonstrates how much we value your support of our organization. Through this program we will keep you informed about how your investment in the Conservancy is making a difference. Additionally, we will provide you with special information and activities to see first-hand the results you have helped the Conservancy achieve.
Benefits of the Director’s Circle
- Invitations to special events and activities
- Unique opportunities to travel to see first-hand the valuable conservation work your financial support has made possible
- Receive the Conservancy's Annual Report
- Information about the Conservancy's activities through the Inside Nature newsletter and special update letters
Upcoming Director’s Circle Events
Throughout the year, there are several opportunities for Director’s Circle members to join Conservancy staff and Trustees to learn about our work in Maine and beyond. Please contact us for more information about specific events.
March 18-20, 2014
St. John Winter Field Tour
T7R16 – Northern Maine
Join Conservancy staff, Trustees and other forestry professionals on a tour of the Conservancy’s working forest along the St. John River. The three day, two night trip includes touring active timber harvest sites by vehicle and snowshoe to learn about the Conservancy’s approach to sustainable forestry.
May 7, 2014
Damariscotta Mills Alewife Tour
Join Conservancy staff and supporters on a trip to see the alewife run in beautiful Damariscotta Mills. Watch as thousands of fish traverse the 22 pools and shoots to get from tidewater into Damariscotta Lake.
Great Salt Bay Kayak Trip
Join Conservancy staff for an exclusive Director’s Circle kayak tour of Great Salt Bay to explore and learn about oyster bed and eel grass restoration efforts in the Gulf of Maine.
Rainbow Lake Lodge Retreat
Join other Conservancy friends and supporters on a very special getaway to the Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area in the heart of Maine’s North Woods.