Date: Tuesday Nov 01, 2016
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
In his decade-plus as president and CEO of Friends of Acadia (1995 to 2006), his colleagues and he established Acadia as the first national park to have an endowed trail system, co-created the Island Explorer bus, quadrupled Friends’ investments to $18 million and granted $1 million yearly to park and community projects. Ken earlier headed the AMC Hut System in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, directed The Nature Conservancy of Connecticut, was president of American Rivers and held faculty lectureships at Yale and Wesleyan. Ken has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Natural Resources Council of Maine, was named an Honorary Ranger by Acadia National Park, and was granted an honorary degree from College of the Atlantic for “outstanding contributions to human ecology.” He holds a graduate degree from Yale in natural resources management.Location: Southwest Harbor Public Library
338 Main Street
Southwest Harbor, Maine
Event web page: http://www.swhplibrary.org/index.php
Event Sponsor(s): Southwest Harbor Public Library
This is a free event.