A crew takes a break from moving boulders to keep vehicles from driving on a new trail at the Basin Preserve.
Satisfying Work A crew takes a break from moving boulders to keep vehicles from driving on a new trail at the Basin Preserve. © Kelsie Daigle

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Women in Conservation

Maine

Women lead a wide range of science and conservation work at The Nature Conservancy in Maine—from stewarding ecological preserves, to conducting social science, to building healthy fisheries in the Gulf of Maine.

Join us on Dec. 12 when panelists Kelsie Daigle, Samantha Horn, Dr. Alix Laferrier, Tamara Lee Pinard, Molly Payne Wynne, and Dr. Jocelyn Runnebaum discuss their work, their diverse paths, and their thoughts on the future of women in conservation. 

The event is free and all are welcome.