On January 10th, tribal representatives gathered at the Wabanaki Center to develop their vision for an intra-Tribal task force. The Wabanaki Task Force on Land and Land Stewardship, which will be funded by First Light, will build the capacity, voice,
3 panels depicting Wabanaki history posted at the Long Point Preserve in Machiasport
Deirdre Whitehead has been working with Tribal and local historians, a Tribal artist and Julia Bates from the Abbe Museum to design 3 interpretive panels for the Long Point Preserve in Machiasport. The place based panels describe three thousand years of
Maine Coast Heritage Trust named new Initiative on Wabanaki Engagement
Ciona Ulbrich and others at MCHT recently named a new cross-departmental initiative on Wabanaki engagement within their five year strategic plan. This will open up more resources and staff time for MCHT to work on increasing Wabanaki land access and
New Ash Permit for Wabanaki land use issued by The Conservation Fund
Tom Duffus, with The Conservation Fund, recently issued a permit to Wabanaki folks that grants access to thousands of acres in Western Maine for brown ash harvest. You can view the permit here.