Keeping You Informed


Engaging people of all ages on how our earth’s climate is changing is a role KELT takes seriously. We partner with local 6th grade classes to teach students about what climate change is, why it is happening, and how it will change our lives and landscapes in Maine. KELT also teams up with our land trust neighbors to think and plan regionally about conservation practices that will help our region to deal with climate change. We strive to offer programs that keep people informed with the most up to date climate change information.


Additional Resources

community outreach programs and regional partnerships:

Learn about a collaborative effort of Maine land trusts to create coordinated landscape-level conservation in Maine.

See how KELT gets involved in the classroom and outside with local schools and children.

Learn about public events and workshops KELT holds throughout the year.

We could work together, not let the water rise
Make a very good plan, yes, that would be wise.
— Excerpt from 'Floods', a poem by 6th grade Bath Middle School student Marissa Williams

Maine Climate Future reports:

Maine climate future reports were brought together by the University of Maine’s Climate Change Institute and assess regional impacts, vulnerabilities, and steps forward. Links to the main page along with each individual report and more!

conversation lecture series, Spring 2018:

Presentation on preparations for coastal storms and flooding given by Eileen Johnson.

Presentation on the impacts of climate change on coastal habitats given by Barbara Vickery and Kristen Puryear.

Presentation on components of hazard mitigation efforts given by Dwane Hubert.


Site for Maine Interagency Climate Adaptation work group, see their related materials for 2019 update on Maine’s climate change preparation.

Learn more about ticks in Maine, including risks, prevention methods, and identification.

Architects imagine ways for downtown Bath to adapt to sea level rise through city planning and design.