Presumpscot Regional Land Trust supports healthy lands, waters, wildlife, and people across the Presumpscot River watershed through conservation, water quality monitoring, education, and public access.
The Presumpscot Regional Land Trust is a non-profit organization working within the Presumpscot River Watershed and holds conservation lands in the towns of Gorham, Gray, Sebago, Standish, Westbrook and Windham.
Tamara Lee Pinard
Rachelle Curran Apse
Rachelle has worked for 15 years in the environmental non-profit field as a project manager, outdoor and environmental educator, marketing and fundraising professional, and a facilitator. Rachelle has worked for the Portland Food Co-op, the Environmental Health Strategy Center, Maine Audubon, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Appalachian Mountain Club, and Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group. Rachelle holds a B.S. in Environmental Science and M.A. in Social Science with a focus on Environment and Community. She also has completed the Lift 360 (formerly Institute for Civic Leadership) Leadership Intensive Course and is currently a volunteer board member of the Portland Food Co-op. In her free time, Rachelle enjoys hiking and exploring in nature with her family.
Stewardship and Outreach Coordinator
Toby has spent over a decade working for environmental organizations and has a Master’s in Conservation Biology. Internationally, he has managed conservation projects in Costa Rica and Honduras. In Maine, he has surveyed the City of Portland’s trees, managed volunteers in Portland’s urban gardens, monitored shellfish areas for the Maine Department of Marine Resources, and maintained miles of land trust trails. He also serves on the Board of the Freeport Conservation Trust. In his free time Toby enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, rock climbing, and exploring the Maine woods.