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The People Behind the First 35 years of Harpswell Heritage Land Trust

Since 1983, Harpswell Heritage Land Trust (HHLT) has been working with the community to preserve special places in Harpswell, ensure public shore access, build and maintain trails, provide engaging educational programs and protect scenic views, clean water and wildlife habitat. In 2018 we celebrate our 35th anniversary. One of the ways we are celebrating is by recognizing some of the people who played key roles in the first 35 years of the Harpswell Heritage Land Trust.

Click on the photos below to read fascinating profiles of some of the people who made it possible for the Land Trust to succeed.

Chip Black: Building HHLT from the ground up

Keith Brown: A guy who gets things done

Reed Coles: Leading HHLT to success

Dave Hackett: Deep roots in Harpswell’s and HHLT’s history

Spike Haible: The first Executive Director

Paige Mangum: A lasting impact on HHLT

Walter and Helen Norton: A powerful force for conservation

Doc Phillips: A consistent, steady, dedicated presence

Rebecca Stanley: Playing a vital role at key moments

Bob Weggel: Leaving a legacy

Allan and Patty Graves: A gift from the generations before to the generations to come