Last week,the Land Conservation Assistance Network's Director of Development & Outreach, Melissa A. O'Neal and I went back to Bacon Farm Maple Products so Kevin Bacon could show us their sap becomes maple syrup.
Last week Land Conservation Assistance Network's Director of Development & Outreach, Melissa A. O'Neal and I went back to Bacon Farm Maple Products to see how their sap becomes maple syrup.
Amos P. Eno is the Development Assistant and Grant Administrator for the Land Conservation Assistance Network. This blog will help you understand why we do what we do and inform you of the current happenings in our focus area.
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After studying Political Science at Colorado College, Amos moved back to Maine to work for Angus King’s Senate Campaign in the summer of 2012, then moved to Washington, D.C. to work as an intern for Senator Susan Collins. In 2013, he moved back to Maine and began working for LandCAN to further his passion for conservation and the outdoors. He has also done volunteer trail maintenance on the Bliss Woods trails, on which the New England Forestry Foundation holds an easement, and as a Casco Baykeeper for Friends of Casco Bay.