Spenser Williams

BETHEL — Mahoosuc Land Trust has hired conservation professional Spenser Williams to run its land stewardship programs in the Mahoosuc Region in Maine and New Hampshire.

Williams’ past roles as trail designer-builder, naturalist and Geographic Information Systems specialist will be key as Mahoosuc Land Trust’s conserved land base and recreational use of its lands grow. He will work closely with volunteer groups to expand their skills and capacity to care for Mahoosuc Land Trust properties into the future.

He is a graduate of Prescott College with a bachelor’s degree in natural history and ecology, and recently completed the Certificate of Graduate Study in Applied Geographic Information Systems at the University of Southern Maine.

Williams is well-known in the area. He first moved to the area to work at the University of Maine Cooperative Extension 4-H Camp and Learning Center at Bryant Pond as an Outdoor Educator and Trip Leader. He has also worked as a ski patroller at Sunday River and has volunteered with Mahoosuc Mountain Search and Rescue Team.

Williams, his partner, Mattie Rose, and their newborn, Henry, live in South Paris but are seeking to relocate to the Bethel area.

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