Our Fall newsletter highlights the recent efforts of our committed membership, service group volunteers, able Summer Interns Rebecca Fitzpatrick and Willow Bates, and our dedicated Forest Stewardship Crew. I’m pleased to say that Monhegan Associates has remained actively engaged in priorities regarding trails and invasive control in addition to ecology-centric research and education during 2016.
Furthermore, I hope you find that the fresh, new “look” of our 2016 Outreach memos allows you to enjoy Monhegan’s beauty with vivid clarity and to explore various activities and perspectives with just a few clicks. While you’re clicking, please also check out the enhancements that are underway with the presentation and content of our website, which webmaster Clare Durst, along with Willow Bates, and Lindsay McSweeney have been leading. Finally, we welcome feedback on the nearly fifty new logo ideas that have been submitted!
While the wild-lands starts to settle into its winter slumber, nature’s wondrous elements remain vibrantly alive and undoubtedly make for an incredible mix of solitude, beauty, and power amidst the forest and headlands. Through the help of our resident friends on the Island, we hope to again share some of that mix with you on our website including the spectacular moonrise captured by Richard Farrell that concludes this Outreach memo.
The wild-lands entrusted to our care are a treasured asset of Monhegan and we sincerely appreciate your continued support of this special place.
President, Monhegan Associates