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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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Background Information

Employment History

Contributor

Bangor Daily News

Annual Wilderness Training

Gould Academy

President of the Board of Directors

EPI

Affiliations

Board Member
Quimby Family Foundation

Board of Trustees Member
Maine Island Trail Association

EMERITUS BOARD MEMBERS Member
Stewardship Partners

Board Member
Northern Forest Center

Board Member
Hoh River Trust

Board Member
Hoh River Trust

Education

degree

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Board of Trustees | Maine Island Trail Association

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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. After that he 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 he serves on the board of the Quimby Family Foundation. He currently resides in Portland with his wife Yemaya and their young daughter Gabriella.


Gilsland Farm | Events & Programs

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Featuring Lucas St. Clair of Elliotsville Plantation, this event is part of Maine Audubon's Speaker Series.

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This multi-year conservation effort was largely spearheaded by Quimby's son, Lucas St. Clair. St. Clair and others from Elliotsville Plantation, Inc. will join us to reflect on the process, what they learned about conservation and advocacy at the local, state, and federal levels, and what this intensive process taught them about America, Maine, our communities, and ourselves.
Lucas St. Clair was born in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. Alongside his twin sister Hannah, he grew up in a hand-built log cabin with few amenities, learning to focus on living in harmony with nature. Lucas is an avid fly fisherman, mountain climber, and outdoorsman. He currently resides in Portland, Maine, with his wife Yemaya and their two young children. Lucas works full time for Elliotsville Plantation, Inc. to conserve land in the north Maine woods for future generations. He continues his environmental advocacy by leading annual wilderness training at Gould Academy and serving on the board of The Quimby Family Foundation.


Featuring Lucas St. Clair of ...

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Featuring Lucas St. Clair of Elliotsville Plantation, this event is part of Maine Audubon's Speaker Series.

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This multi-year conservation effort was largely spearheaded by Quimby's son, Lucas St. Clair. St. Clair and others from Elliotsville Plantation, Inc. will reflect on the process, what they learned about conservation and advocacy at the local, state, and federal levels, and what this intensive process taught them about America, Maine, our communities, and ourselves.
Lucas St. Clair was born in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. Alongside his twin sister Hannah, he grew up in a hand-built log cabin with few amenities, learning to focus on living in harmony with nature. Lucas is an avid fly fisherman, mountain climber, and outdoorsman. He currently resides in Portland, Maine, with his wife Yemaya and their two young children. Lucas works full time for Elliotsville Plantation, Inc. to conserve land in the north Maine woods for future generations. He continues his environmental advocacy by leading annual wilderness training at Gould Academy and serving on the board of The Quimby Family Foundation.


LATEST NEWS - Maine Insights

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This has been an open, honest effort," said Lucas St. Clair. "Rep. Poliquin has been uninterested in hearing the details and learning the facts. He has declined numerous invitations to visit the land in question, and he has ignored the very real concerns of many of his constituents. The economy in rural Maine is hurting. Rep. Poliquin doesn't have the answers. Instead, he opposes, without a good reason, a plan to invest $100 million in the Katahdin region and create hundreds of jobs."

After significant media coverage about the lopsided nature of the hearing, Poliquin invited St. Clair to speak at the public input session and the Natural Resources Committee invited Polstein and St. Clair to testify at the hearing. After significant media coverage about the lopsided nature of the hearing, Poliquin invited St. Clair to speak at the public input session and the Natural Resources Committee invited Polstein and St. Clair to testify at the hearing.
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St. Clair is the president of the board of Elliotsville Plantation, which is the non-profit foundation that has proposed donating 87,500 acres to create the new national monument in the Katahdin region.


LATEST NEWS - Maine Insights

maineinsights.com [cached]

This has been an open, honest effort," said Lucas St. Clair. "Rep. Poliquin has been uninterested in hearing the details and learning the facts. He has declined numerous invitations to visit the land in question, and he has ignored the very real concerns of many of his constituents. The economy in rural Maine is hurting. Rep. Poliquin doesn't have the answers. Instead, he opposes, without a good reason, a plan to invest $100 million in the Katahdin region and create hundreds of jobs."

After significant media coverage about the lopsided nature of the hearing, Poliquin invited St. Clair to speak at the public input session and the Natural Resources Committee invited Polstein and St. Clair to testify at the hearing. After significant media coverage about the lopsided nature of the hearing, Poliquin invited St. Clair to speak at the public input session and the Natural Resources Committee invited Polstein and St. Clair to testify at the hearing.
...
St. Clair is the president of the board of Elliotsville Plantation, which is the non-profit foundation that has proposed donating 87,500 acres to create the new national monument in the Katahdin region.
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"We're deeply gratified by the hundreds of people who came to Orono to offer their support for the proposal to create a new national monument," said Lucas St. Clair, the president of Elliotsville Plantation.

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