Pamela Atwood joined the Board in 2014 and lives in Eliot. Pamela serves on the Farm-to-Chef Comittee, the Spring Auction, and the Development Committee with Great Works. She has a background in urban planning and green building and is currently working in real estate with Keller Williams. Pamela is a very active member of the community and is a member & volunteer with the Old Berwick Historical Society and the Maine Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association.
Annie Cox joined the Board in 2012 and lives in North Berwick. She works as a Coastal Training Program Associate at Wells Reserve.
has been a Trust board member since 1989 and served as Treasurer for many of those years. When not in his shop, where he builds and repairs boats, he can usually avoid being found somewhere on his 75-acre South Berwick woodlot.
is past-President of Great Works Regional Land Trust. She lives in Eliot with her husband Tom Hausmann and their two sons. Jennifer joined the Trust in 2005 as a result of her work on the Rivers Committee of the Mt. Agamenticus to the Sea Conservation Initiative. She holds a Masters degree in Water Resources from UNH and has been involved in both field and lab work on water resource issues professionally. Water quality (and hence land conservation) remains a focus of her interests today.
Tom Gilmore of North Berwick joined the Board in Spring 2011.
Kevin Gray of Berwick joined the Board in 2012. He is Eliot Branch Manager of Kennebunk Savings.
is past-President of the Trust and currently serves as chair of the committee evaluating new conservation options. He is a documentary photographer whose career has included serving as Photo Editor of The Christian Science Monitor, as Adjunct Professor of Photo Journalism at B.U., and Director of Photography at Salt Institute in Portland, Maine. He has been Chair of the North Berwick Planning Board for many years, wrestling with land use issues. Very active in church work, Todd is an overseer of Through the Eyes of Children, a not-for-profit organization providing educational opportunities to orphans of the genocide in Rwanda (rwandaproject.org). For over 15 years he has lived on an old farm in North Berwick with his ‘smart wife, two beautiful boys, the second greatest dog in the world, and a bunch of furry critters.’
Jack Kareckas came on the Board in 2007 and served as president 2009-2012. He and his wife Michelle live in South Berwick, Maine and are civic leaders involved in many local organizations and boards. Jack is a construction inspector with over 35 years experience in civil and environmental engineering and has a great passion for conservation and the outdoors.
Doug Mayer joined the Board in the spring of 2009, and became Treasurer in 2012. He chairs the Finance Committee and the Beach Plum Farm Committee. He lives in Ogunquit, where he has made his home for 50+ years.
Virginia (Ginny) Reusch
came onto the Board shortly after moving to North Berwick 15 years ago and becoming involved in the Campaign to Save Bauneg Beg Mountain. In her former community of Easton, Mass. she served on the Board of the Natural Resources Trust of Easton, was President of that Board for several terms and then served as its Executive Director for 3 years. Upon her husband’s retirement from the practice of medicine, Ginny moved to Maine to be nearer to her children: a daughter in North Berwick, a son in Farmington and her brood of now 4 grandchildren. A graduate of Radcliffe College, she brings to the Board a wealth of experience in land trust development and volunteer services. Ginny is also active in her Unitarian church and enjoys choral singing, hiking and classical music.
Pat Robinson, Secretary, owns Perennial Plantscapes, a gardening business, taking care of perennial and annual gardens in southern York County. She has been on the board since 1991 and has served as president. Pat is the driving force behind our Spring Auction. She also is chair of the So. Berwick Conservation Commission. She lives in So. Berwick with her partner, Michael, and three companion animals who rule the roost: Nitro, an Aussie Shepherd; and Oscar and Felix, two identical black cats.
lives in the Tatnic area of South Berwick and Wells with his wife Jane and works as Stewardship Coordinator at the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve. He is one of GWRLT’s founding members and a past-president. In his spare time he works with draft horses, kayaks the Maine coast and, of course, hikes.
is a self-employed carpenter who especially enjoys working on older and historical buildings. He is one of the founding members of Great Works Regional Land Trust. Mike was raised in Berwick and lives there with his wife Michele Dionne and their two daughters, Moira and Ciara, in the family farm house where he grew up. A former market gardener, he is sorry the see the area farms lost to development. His prior activities include serving on the boards of the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, the Berwick Historical Society, the Berwick Library Association, the Seacoast Growers Association and the Berwick Conservation Commission as well as with other civic activities.
Great Works Regional Land Trust seeks an Executive Director (ED) to provide oversight of all programs, activities, and staff of the organization. The individual to fill this full-time position will work closely with the Board of Directors to set the strategic direction and accomplish the goals of the land trust. The ED will lead GWRLT’s fundraising activities and ensure the continued success of programs. This person will provide leadership, oversight, and a systematic approach to the administrative, financial, and day-to-day operations of the organization. Application deadline is October 31, 2014.
As the new Development Coordinator for Great Works, Anne Gamble began working in April 2011 with the Board, staff, volunteers and other community members to advance the organization’s strategic vision.
is the Land Trust’s first Stewardship Coordinator, a part-time position at this point. Darrell holds a Masters of Science in Conservation Biology from Antioch New England as well as a degree in architectural design and studies in art. Prior to coming to GWRLT in 2006 and part-time for the next year, Darrell worked for LCHIP (Land & Community Heritage Investment Program) in New Hampshire. He and his wife Angela Martin recently bought a farm in Lebanon, ME in order to pursue their interests in sustainable living and agriculture.
joined GWRLT as a member in the late 80s, and in 1999 volunteered along with Rachel Schumacher to produce GreatWorks newsletter. She continues to volunteer in that capacity but since 2004 has been employed part-time by the Trust to handle administrative and membership details. She and her husband Fred Wildnauer enjoy exploring the many Trust properties whenever possible.
Brenna Crothers, Outreach Assistant. An avid outdoors woman, Brenna, spends her free time exploring and photographing Great Works' public places, particularly Bauneg Beg Mountain and Negutaquet River, the White Mountains, and her beloved home Sorrento, Maine. In addition to her work with Great Works she is also a Visual Arts Instructor at Heronfield Academy in Hampton Falls, NH.