GEM OF WILDERNESS

Mark September 6th on your calendar. It will be a day of seeing, learning, celebrating, and having fun in the woods.live edge 8 5x11 final

Help Us Grow- Capital Campaign

Our first ever Capital Campaign is underway. With your help we will add these Great buildings. Read more about our plans and how you can help here. The Portland Press Herald recently covered our campaign and our successes – click here.

About Us

Hidden Valley Nature Center is a forest-based 501(c)(3) non-profit education center. More Compass_Navigation_6.30.07_061than 30 miles of trails and over one mile of shoreline on Little Dyer Pond give visitors access to 1,000 acres of contiguous forest in mid-coast Maine. The trail network connects the pond with one of the most ecologically diverse and undeveloped roadless tracts of forestland in the region – making it a gem of wilderness in the midst of the rapidly developing Mid-Coast region. Hidden Valley Nature Center’s mission has three parts: (1) To offer premier opportunities for outdoor, non-motorized recreation; (2) To offer educational opportunities related to the natural world, ecological literacy, and sustainable communities; and (3) To model innovative and sustainable forestry practices.


Be sure to watch this video for a great overview of everything that goes on at HVNC! Thanks to our 2013 Volunteer of the Year, Doreen Conboy for putting this together!

 

2014 Maine and now 12 state North East  Regional Outstanding Tree Farmers

 


 

HVNC, together with founders Tracy Moskovitz and Bambi Jones,  has been named the 2014 State of Maine AND Northeast Regional Outstanding Tree Farmer for our great sustainable forestry and all of our outreach and education. Credit goes to many of our members and supporters. We are one of four finalists for the national award. Thanks.

 

 

Check out our forestry page for more info about what we are up to.

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