Kaelin Ferland

Kaelin Ferland, Outreach Organizer (Temporary)

Kaelin outdoorsBy mobilizing and engaging members, stakeholders, and community members, Kaelin builds support for our advocacy priorities, especially in the Healthy Waters and Forests & Wildlife programs. She helps develop plans and goals, conducts training and research, and works with Communications team members to develop informational materials of all sorts. Kaelin graduated from Providence College with a B.S. in Environmental Biology and a minor in French. There, she worked as student Sustainability Coordinator, served as the co-president of both the Environmental Club and Animal Welfare Club, led the EcoRep program, and wrote articles with an environmental focus for the student newspaper. Kaelin moved to Maine a few years ago, from New York state, where she grew up. She lives in Saco.

Favorite ice cream flavor: Chocolate Fudge Brownie

Dog or cat person? Dog

Favorite thing to do outdoors in Maine: Hiking and walking on the beach

Why I Do This Work

“As we face the threat of climate change, I feel a responsibility to advocate for our planet and protect nature. I am committed to combatting climate change, preserving biodiversity, and creating a better future for my generation and generations to come.”