September 8, 2017

Eliotsville Plantation supporting Portland’s city parks

Photo / Dan Sakura
Photo / Dan Sakura
Lucas St. Clair, president of Elliotsville Plantation Inc., is also the president of the newly formed Friends of Katahdin Woods and Waters. Eliotsville Plantation is now turning its attention to parks, trails and opens spaces in Portland in a collaboration announced with the city of Portland.

The backer behind the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument is turning its attention to parks, trails and open spaces in Portland.

The Bangor Daily News reported that the city of Portland has announced a collaboration with Elliotsville Plantation Inc. to create a conservancy supporting city parks.

"This conservancy will aim to continue our tradition of treasuring public space and to encourage even more Portlanders to take advantage of all that Portland has to offer," Lucas St. Clair, president of Elliotsville Plantation, said in a statement.

Elliotsville Plantation will provide funding for the conservancy to hire a director and staff and rent office space.


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