The students currently enrolled in a course at Kennebunk High School and at the University of New England, and we are exploring options for powering the island in the future. We would appreciate it if you would take this short survey (approx 5 minutes) to help us understand your views about the future of Goat Island and its energy supply.
We appreciate your time and thank you for helping us with our class!
From trails to islands, educational programs to great events, the Trust has a lot going on! Please enjoy Trust In Town which gives an overview of our work in Kennebunkport. Copyrighted by the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust 2017.
The Lil Boat that Could, an unmanned boat launched by the Trust and Alternative Education students, made its way across the Atlantic and landed in Scotland in the summer of 2017. Enjoy the news reports below on the boat's journey!
Full story on WSCH Channel 6 News
We are thrilled to be working with the newly formed Arundel Conservation Trust! Great news for land preservation in our community! Read more about ACT below.
Thanks to our amazing and volunteers for another great year in the books! Click below to enjoy the Trust's 2016 Year in Review.
2016 Year In Review
Check out this story on Channel 13! It features "The Little Boat That Could", a collaborative project between the Trust and the high school's Alternative Education Program that sent an unmanned boat to sea!
The Trust was featured in the Portland Press Herald on 11/13/16
Enjoy the article about our new trails HERE
KCT is proud to be part of the team that brings Houston Kraft to our school district, spreading his message of love and kindness. Enjoy a clip from a recent visit to Kennebunk High School featured on Channel 8 news.
Be inspired! Check out this article about Kyle Robidoux, a legally blind runner who completed our half marathon on the trails!
KCT publishes its newsletter, Trust In Our Town. Below you will find an archive of our most recent editions. Enjoy!