If the Black House were for sale (which it is not!)
Believe it or not, over the years people have asked if Woodlawn is for sale. What would be the...
Woodlawn's director of education and program development, Anne Russenberger-Keefe has lined up a dynamic workshop and event schedule...
In 1901 concerned citizens formed the Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations, Woodlawn's governing board, in response to extensive lumbering and the increase in private land ownership in Hancock County. They were very successful in preserving thousands of acres on Mount Desert Island, and then donated their holdings to the Federal government 1916 which formed the core of Acadia National Park. In 1929 they accepted Woodlawn from the bequest of George Nixon Black, Jr. and have continued to maintain and govern it for public use ever since.
2015 Officers and Trustees
Terry Carlisle, President ~ Jon Marshall, Vice-President ~ Sandra Blake Leonard, Treasurer ~ Elsa Teel, Secretary ~ Frederick Ehrlenbach ~ Lisa Heyward ~ Todd Little-Siebold ~ Roger Moss ~ Mark Politte ~ Nancy Putnam ~ Dick Schloss ~ Wilmont M. Schwind, Jr. ~ Walter Smalling
Karen Dickes ~ Gregg Hannah~ Natalie Knox ~ John Lynch, Past President ~ Jane Shea ~ Stephen C. Shea, President Emeritus ~Teresa Sargent Smith ~ Lowell S. Thomas, Jr., Past President ~ Laurie B. Williams ~ Dale Worthen ~ Ruth Brenninkmeyer
Woodlawn Museum, Gardens & Park
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