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Organizations Filed Purposes: The Royal River Conservation Trust (RRCT) is a regional land trust serving portions of twelve Maine municipalities. The trust owns, cares for, and stewards land and conservation easements to protect land and water resources for the benefit of the general public.

Land conservation: In 2019 RRCT successfully acquired new fee simple conservation land or conservation easements at Riverfront Woods Preserve, Chesley Meadows Preserve, and Old Crow Ranch. In 2019 RRCT planned and campaigned for acquisitions to be completed in future years.

Stewardship: RRCT conducts annual on-site monitoring of all conservation easements, and executes stewardship plans, projects, and protocols on trail easements and fee ownership. RRCT stewardship policies and protocols are guided by the Land Trust Alliance and Maine law.

Education & Outreach: RRCT continues free weekly programming known as the Rain or Shine Club, free monthly outdoor film series, free monthly nature walks, educational newsletters, and various additional free public events.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Alan StearnsEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR40$63,674
David KitchenDirector3$0
Jeff VerrillDirector3$0
Emily JonesVice President5$0
Rob WoodDirector3$0
Beth SturtevantTreasurer3$0
David StecklerDirector3$0
Daniel SmithDirector3$0
Bob HumphreyDirector3$0
Ed GervaisDirector3$0
Chrstine ForceDirector3$0
Mark PowerPresident5$0
Bill DunnSecretary10$0
Terrence J DewanDirector3$0
Rob GreenleafDirector3$0
Steve BarrDirector3$0

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