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Tamara Lee Pinard

In this interview, Tamara Lee Pinard, a dedicated member of the Presumpscot Regional Land Trust (PRLT), shares insights into her involvement with the organization. She traces her journey from being an AmeriCorps volunteer with the Department of Environmental Protection to her role in the Presumpscot River Watch Group. Tamara discusses the merger between the Presumpscot River Watch Group and PRLT, highlighting the significance of combining water quality advocacy with land conservation. The conversation covers topics such as stewardship funds, community engagement, and the transformative impact of preserving accessible land. Tamara emphasizes the importance of equity in providing diverse communities with meaningful connections to nature.






Galen Koch, Molly A. Graham

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Suggested citation: Pinard, Tamara Lee, Presumpscot Regional Land Trust Archive, November 30, 2023, by Galen Koch, 6 pages, Maine Sound and Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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