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Philip Conkling & Associates

127 Sherman's Point

Camden, Maine 04843

United States

Company Description

In addition, Philip Conkling & Associates have helped found or expand the effectiveness of other organizations. As a founding chair and co-chair of the Maine Lighthouse Museum, we successfully negotiated the purchase of a new building, identified and succ ... more

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Affiliations

Trusted Advisor
Conservation Media Group

Board Of Trustees Member
Herring Gut Learning Center

Board Member
Fox Island Wind

Board Member
Conservation Law Foundation Inc

Board Member
Camden Area Futures Group

Board Member
Portland Downtown District

Board Member
Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center

President
Island Institute

Board Of Trustees Member
Soundbeat Radio Inc

Board Member
GoMOOS

Education

government

Harvard

political science

Harvard University

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Who We Are | Philip Conkling & Associates

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Philip Conkling and Peter Ralston were the organization's founder and co-founder and other associates served as publications director and designer in an organization that has grown to a staff of over 50 professionals during the past three decades.

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PHILIP CONKLING, PRESIDENT
With a background in both conservation and business, Philip Conkling launched the Island Institute in 1983, where he served as its leader for 30 years.
Philip is the founding publisher of Island Journal and the author of Islands in Time and the founding publisher and editor for The Working Waterfront circulated monthly to 65,000 readers along the coast of Maine and across the country.


Contact | Conservation Media Group

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Philip Conkling Philip Conkling & Associates


Our Board Of Trustees | Herring Gut Learning Center | Learning About Maine's Marine Resources

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Philip Conkling

Vice-Chair, Trustee since 2013
For the past 30 years, Philip Conkling's life has been grounded by experiences among the 5,000 or so islands in the archipelago of Gulf of Maine where he has visited more than 1,000 islands for purposes of collecting and analyzing ecological information on behalf of island communities and owners. In 1983, he founded the Island Institute and served as its president for three decades. After stepping down from the leadership of the Island Institute, Conkling founded a consulting practice, Philip Conkling & Associates.
Conkling is the founding publisher of Island Journal, the author of Islands in Time, A Natural and Cultural History of the Islands of the Gulf of Maine (1981, 1999, 2011) and Lobsters Great and Small (2001). He served as the editor of From Cape Cod to the Bay of Fundy - An Environmental Atlas of the Gulf of Maine and helped write and edit The Fate of Greenland-Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change. He also served for 20 years as the publisher and columnist for The Working Waterfront.


Meet the Team | Philip Conkling & Associates

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Philip Conkling, President

Philip Conkling has broad experience in both the not-for-profit and for profit worlds. Originally trained as a forester manager and ecologist, Philip served as the executive vice president of a timberland company in northern Maine, negotiating sales contracts, managing logging subcontractors and ensuring compliance with government regulations on 100,000-acre ownership in northern Maine.
With a background in both conservation and business, Philip launched the Island Institute with a vision of helping communities and owners balance natural resource protection and community development objectives. As part of his work, he has traveled extensively on voyages to Arctic and sub Arctic regions of both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and written extensively on sustainability issues facing coastal and island villages throughout northern and coastal regions.
Philip is the founding publisher of Island Journal and the author of Islands in Time, A Natural and Cultural History of the Islands of the Gulf of Maine. He conceived and edited From Cape Cod to the Bay of Fundy - An Environmental Atlas of the Gulf of Maine and most recently also conceived and edited The Fate of Greenland-Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change, which won the Phi Beta Kappa award for science book of the year. He has also served for 20 years as the founding publisher and editor for The Working Waterfront, where he writes the Long View and Objects in Mirror columns, now circulated monthly to 65,000 readers along the coast of Maine and across the country. He also contributes a bi-monthly column to National Fisherman called From the Town Landing.
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In addition to his work in organizational leadership and publications, Philip Conkling has extensive experience with and knowledge of education, alternative energy, marine resources and community development issues around the coasts and rural areas of America. He currently serves on the board of Fox Island Wind, a community wind power company that has brought energy independence to the communities of Vinalhaven and North Haven off the coast of Maine.


Herring Gut Learning Center | Our Board of Trustees

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Philip Conkling

Philip Conkling Vice-Chair, Trustee since 2013
For the past 30 years, Philip Conkling's life has been grounded by experiences among the 5,000 or so islands in the archipelago of Gulf of Maine where he has visited more than 1,000 islands for purposes of collecting and analyzing ecological information on behalf of island communities and owners. In 1983, he founded the Island Institute and served as its president for three decades. After stepping down from the leadership of the Island Institute, Conkling founded a consulting practice, Philip Conkling & Associates.
Conkling is the founding publisher of Island Journal, the author of Islands in Time, A Natural and Cultural History of the Islands of the Gulf of Maine (1981, 1999, 2011) and Lobsters Great and Small (2001). He served as the editor of From Cape Cod to the Bay of Fundy – An Environmental Atlas of the Gulf of Maine and helped write and edit The Fate of Greenland-Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change. He also served for 20 years as the publisher and columnist for The Working Waterfront.

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