Summit Steward Ellie Jackson shares her observations of nature in inclement weather, which many park visitors never see.
More work is needed to welcome under-represented communities to Acadia, and all our national parks.
Launched in 1970, AYCC offered teens the opportunity to get work experience, learn about the environment, and work as a team.
The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023 brought about several good things for Acadia and the National Park Service.
The John G. and Jean R. Gosnell Foundation Carries on Jean and Jack’s Tradition of Giving
Friends of Acadia and allies have engaged in a multi-year effort to prevent American Aquafarms from securing two 60-acre leases in Frenchman Bay— near Bald Rock and Long Porcupine Island—where they intend to raise up to 66 million pounds of salmon annually.
Creating Tomorrow’s Stewards through a creative blend of virtual, self-guided, and in-person programming.
Education Ranger Mackette McCormack developed a program around climate change that enables students to learn, engage, and problem solve.
This summer, Tim Mount and Lynne Macco became the first to reside at the Bass Harbor Head Light Station since it was transferred in 2020 to the National Park Service.
The Importance of Fostering Environmental Stewardship in the Next Generation