Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust
Mission: To conserve and steward the natural and historical resources of the Rangeley Lakes Region for the benefit of the community and future generations.
Chris Devine Announces Retirement from the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust
After five very successful years as the Executive Director of the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust (RLHT), Chris Devine has decided its time for him to move on and try something new. Chris has been in the conservation non-profit world for 18 years and has served as an Executive Director, Board and Committee member at several organizations.
In his time at RLHT, Chris has overseen a period with many accomplishments, the more notable being the process of obtaining national accreditation. The Land Trust Accreditation Commission is a very prestigious organization that ensures the practices and procedures of a land trust are at the highest level. This was a multi-year process that required a tremendous amount of work and coordination to reach the finish line and provides our donors with the confidence their contributions will be managed appropriately.
Did you join us at our 2nd Annual Festival in the Park? Relive the day and view the photos on Shutterfly.
Three Invasive and Nuisance Species to Watch For
RLHT is focusing its efforts this summer on halting the spread of these species: wall lettuce, the rusty crayfish, and the spruce budworm moth.
Feel the impact
...that Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust continues to have on our community watch this video that celebrates 25 years of community conservation.