Damariscotta River Association and Pemaquid Watershed Association are now a single organization under the new name Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust.
Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust
P.O. Box 333
Damariscotta, ME 04543
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Our office is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The best way to reach staff is by email (see list below).
Our office is located at 3 Round Top Lane in Damariscotta.
Coming up Route 1 from the South, pass the main Damariscotta exit and continue for slightly more than 2 miles to the blinking light at Belvedere Road. Take a right on Belvedere and continue to the stop sign, where you’ll take another right onto Business Route 1. Continue .7 miles. Coastal Rivers’ Round Top Farm will be on the right.From the North on 1, after you cross the Damariscotta town line from Nobleboro, continue about three quarters of a mile to the junction with Business Route 1. Take the slight left onto Business Route 1 and continue 1.3 miles. Coastal Rivers’ Round Top Farm will be on the right.
We look forward to hearing from you. Trail reports or questions. Inquiries about land conservation. Ideas. Please keep in touch!
Steven Hufnagel, Executive Director
Sarah Gladu, Director of Education and Citizen Science
Joan Ray, Lands Conservation Director
Darryn Kaymen, Operations Manager
Hannah McGhee, Outreach and Communications Manager
Jim Grenier, Trails and Facilities Manager
Angela DesVeaux, Education Assistant
Twin Villages Foodbank Farm
Coastal Rivers’ partner Twin Villages Foodbank Farm (TVFF) has its own website – click here.
Farm manager Sara Cawthon can be reached by calling the Coastal Rivers office or emailing email@example.com