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Lucas St. Clair

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Elliotsville Plantation Inc
P.O. Box 433
Old Town , Maine 04468
United States

Company Description: Elliotsville Plantation, Inc., was established in 2002 as a private operating foundation for the acquisition and conservation of land and the preservation of open...   more

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"It's a strange way to approach ..., 17 Feb 2015 [cached]
"It's a strange way to approach conservation but the Katahdin Region needs jobs more than anything," said Lucas St. Clair the President of Elliotsville Plantation. "The two mills there that once were the largest in the world are now completely gone one's dismantled one's being dismantled the young people are moving away the schools have shrunk they need economic vitality and while the forest products industry is still alive and well and the trees are being harvested and people are working in the woods we're not making paper in those two mills.
Both sides agree something has to be done, but the size and scale of what would be successful with eco-tourism in the Katahdin Region is a place where the two groups part ways.
"The economic analysis that we did compared Penobscot County to 16 other counties around the country that have National Park Service counties that are about the same size same population base, city the size of Bangor and if we were able to attract 10% of the visitors that go to Acadia which seems like a likely assumption," said St. Clair.
"There are jobs that are created in and around National Parks that are really high-paying jobs," said St. Clair.
Board of Trustees | Maine Island Trail Association, 22 Jan 2015 [cached]
Lucas St. Clair Lucas was born in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine and spent his childhood in a hand-built log cabin with few amenities and a focus on living in harmony with nature. After graduating college, Lucas immersed himself in outdoor wilderness adventures: hiking the Appalachian Trail, paddling the North Forest Canoe Trail, and fine-tuning his survival skills with the National Outdoor Leadership School in Patagonia. He then pursued an interest in organic and sustainable food and graduated from the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu Cooking School in London and worked in the food and wine industry for ten years. Lucas is an avid fly fisherman, boater, and mountain climber. Lucas works full time for Elliotsville Plantation, Inc. to conserve the land in the North Maine Woods for future generations and serves on the board of the Quimby Family Foundation. He currently resides in Portland with his wife Yemaya and their young daughter Gabriella.
News & Notes | Maine Audubon, 21 June 2013 [cached]
Guest: Lucas St. Clair, Board President, Elliotsville Plantation, Inc.
By Lucas St. Clair, Special to ..., 10 Jan 2013 [cached]
By Lucas St. Clair, Special to the BDN Posted Jan. 10, 2013, at 1:25 p.m.
Lucas St. Clair
Photo Courtesy of Lucas St. Clair
Lucas St. Clair
Maine's northern woods are changing, and those changes have created an unprecedented time of uncertainty and transition.
Lucas St. Clair is the president of the board of directors for Elliotsville Plantation, a foundation that focuses on the conservation and preservation of open space for the benefit of the public and the conduct of educational and stewardship programs.
MCV Board » Maine Conservation Voters, 11 Feb 2015 [cached]
Lucas St. Clair Lucas St.Clair serves as President of Elliotsville Plantation Inc., a private operating foundation focusing on land conservation and the preservation of open spaces in Maine. He also serves on the board of directors of the Hoh River Trust and the Quimby Family Foundation. He grew up in Guilford, Maine, through-hiked the Appalachian Trail, and has a passion for the outdoors, especially rivers. He is an avid fly fisherman and enjoys paddling, skiing, hunting, and hiking. He and his wife, Yemaya, co-authored a guidebook published in 2008 titled "The AMC Guide to Winter Hiking and Camping.
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