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Mr. Lucas St. Clair

President

Elliotsville Plantation Inc

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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 space for the benefit of the public and the conduct of educational and stewardship programs.... more

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Bangor Daily News

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We understand the President of EPI's ...

maineloggers.com [cached]

We understand the President of EPI's board, Mr. Lucas St. Clair, has been in discussions with the Department of the Interior to bypass Congress to seek a national monument designation for the land as an avenue that would eventually accomplish their ultimate goal.

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We ask EPI, Mr. St. Clair, and the people of Maine to carefully consider what they want the future of the Katahdin region to be.


We understand the President of EPI's ...

maineloggers.com [cached]

We understand the President of EPI's board, Mr. Lucas St. Clair, has been in discussions with the Department of the Interior to bypass Congress to seek a national monument designation for the land as an avenue that would eventually accomplish their ultimate goal.


Lucas St. Clair, Quimby's son ...

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Lucas St. Clair, Quimby's son and the president of Elliotsville Plantation, said this month that creating a national park north of Millinocket and helping national parks and monuments nationwide to secure specific properties have been objectives of the nonprofit foundation since the outset, when it was created in 2002.

Elliotsville Plantation does not have any ulterior motive in donating land to existing park service properties in and out of Maine, he said.
"In no way was it to try to convince the National Park Service to be more favorable to our plan for the North Woods," St. Clair said.
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St. Clair said parcels that are considered inholdings in Acadia are expected be donated to Acadia this year.
Elliotsville holdings that lie outside the boundary limit, even if they abut property currently owned by the park, will be retained by Elliotsville Plantation, he added. The nonprofit foundation is not pursuing any efforts to expand the boundary of Acadia beyond the limit Congress set 30 years ago, he said.
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St. Clair said Elliotsville also might subdivide two of its other parcels, one in the Tremont village of Bass Harbor and the other on Otter Cliffs Road in Bar Harbor, and donate sections of them that lie within the 1986 boundary limit to Acadia.
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The foundation's charitable giving, and those of Elliotsville Plantation, reflect a strong affinity that St. Clair says his family has for federally conserved, publicly accessible lands across the country, many of which they have visited multiple times. One reason they have donated to the park at Gettysburg, he said, is because his great-great-grandfather fought there in the Civil War under the command of Col.
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"Every park [we have donated to] has a unique attachment to our family," St. Clair said.


Lucas St. Clair, Quimby's son ...

bangordailynews.com [cached]

Lucas St. Clair, Quimby's son and the president of Elliotsville Plantation, said this month that creating a national park north of Millinocket and helping national parks and monuments nationwide to secure specific properties have been objectives of the nonprofit foundation since the outset, when it was created in 2002.

Elliotsville Plantation does not have any ulterior motive in donating land to existing park service properties in and out of Maine, he said.
"In no way was it to try to convince the National Park Service to be more favorable to our plan for the North Woods," St. Clair said.
...
St. Clair said parcels that are considered inholdings in Acadia are expected be donated to Acadia this year.
Elliotsville holdings that lie outside the boundary limit, even if they abut property currently owned by the park, will be retained by Elliotsville Plantation, he added. The nonprofit foundation is not pursuing any efforts to expand the boundary of Acadia beyond the limit Congress set 30 years ago, he said.
...
St. Clair said Elliotsville also might subdivide two of its other parcels, one in the Tremont village of Bass Harbor and the other on Otter Cliffs Road in Bar Harbor, and donate sections of them that lie within the 1986 boundary limit to Acadia.
...
The foundation's charitable giving, and those of Elliotsville Plantation, reflect a strong affinity that St. Clair says his family has for federally conserved, publicly accessible lands across the country, many of which they have visited multiple times. One reason they have donated to the park at Gettysburg, he said, is because his great-great-grandfather fought there in the Civil War under the command of Col.
...
"Every park [we have donated to] has a unique attachment to our family," St. Clair said.


Lucas St. Clair, Quimby's son ...

bangordailynews.com [cached]

Lucas St. Clair, Quimby's son and the president of Elliotsville Plantation, said this month that creating a national park north of Millinocket and helping national parks and monuments nationwide to secure specific properties have been objectives of the nonprofit foundation since the outset, when it was created in 2002.

Elliotsville Plantation does not have any ulterior motive in donating land to existing park service properties in and out of Maine, he said.
"In no way was it to try to convince the National Park Service to be more favorable to our plan for the North Woods," St. Clair said.
...
St. Clair said parcels that are considered inholdings in Acadia are expected be donated to Acadia this year.
Elliotsville holdings that lie outside the boundary limit, even if they abut property currently owned by the park, will be retained by Elliotsville Plantation, he added. The nonprofit foundation is not pursuing any efforts to expand the boundary of Acadia beyond the limit Congress set 30 years ago, he said.
...
St. Clair said Elliotsville also might subdivide two of its other parcels, one in the Tremont village of Bass Harbor and the other on Otter Cliffs Road in Bar Harbor, and donate sections of them that lie within the 1986 boundary limit to Acadia.
...
The foundation's charitable giving, and those of Elliotsville Plantation, reflect a strong affinity that St. Clair says his family has for federally conserved, publicly accessible lands across the country, many of which they have visited multiple times. One reason they have donated to the park at Gettysburg, he said, is because his great-great-grandfather fought there in the Civil War under the command of Col.
...
"Every park [we have donated to] has a unique attachment to our family," St. Clair said.

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