Susan W. Adams
Susan is currently the recreation manager for Elliotsville Plantation Inc. working with the NPS and the Katahdin region following the designation of the new Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument on facilities and recreation management as well as outreach and education. For the past year and a half she has been the Volunteer Coordinator for the new National Monument. Susan is a member of the Katahdin Tourism Partnership board of directors, dedicated to businesses and communities along the KWW Scenic. By Way, She currently represents EPI as a partner for the Katahdin Learning Project which is introducing place based education to the Katahdin region schools. Susan is also active with the International Appalachian Trail Association, the founder of the annual Fiddlers and Fiddlehead Fest, Stars Over Katahdin and Head North Ski Days events. Also a board member of the Northern Maine Trails Alliance. Susan is dedicated to the health and well being of all Maine watersheds, in particular the Penobscot watershed after growing up in Penobscot Bay, receiving her B.S. in Environmental Studies and operating a business on the West Branch of the Penobscot River for 30 years. In the off season Susan had been a volunteer coordinator for Sugarloaf Mountain Ski Area. Maine Lakes belong to all Maine people and we need to take responsibility for them.