Creating Tomorrow’s Stewards through a creative blend of virtual, self-guided, and in-person programming.
Giving Students RAD Tools to Understand Climate Change
Education Ranger Mackette McCormack developed a program around climate change that enables students to learn, engage, and problem solve.
A New Era at Bass Harbor Head Light Station
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.
Businesses Find Creative Ways to Give Back By Donating Proceeds
For those who like to celebrate at the end of an active day in the park with a cool, refreshing beverage, Friends of Acadia has great news: several new business donors are giving proceeds from their sales to Friends of Acadia.
Longtime Volunteer Julia Schloss Honored
Stewardship Volunteer Crew Leader Julia Schloss was honored recently by Acadia National Park Superintendent Kevin Schneider and Friends of Acadia President and CEO David MacDonald thanking her for more than 25 years as a volunteer in the park.
A Long Winter’s Nap
Acadia’s ‘Living’ Field Guide’ Gets Ready
Cultural Connections In The Park
Over the past 11 years, Acadia’s Cultural Connections in the Park program has hosted 30 different Maine Native artists, musicians, and craftspeople for weekly summer demonstrations.
In Acadia, no other human-made structures are as iconic as the historic bridges on the the carriage roads.
Acadia Peregrines: Born to be Wild
Falcon Reintroduction Program Success Takes Wing
Walking the Walk
Rehab of Region’s Longest Bog Walk Wraps Up