Board of Directors

President: Jean Noon (78 Sunset Road Springvale, ME 04083,, 324-3733)

Organic Sheep Farmer, Artist, Conservationist.

Vice President: Fred Frodyma (44 Helenfield Rd., Alfred, ME 04002,, 475-8140)

Retired Electrical Engineer, Member Alfred Planning Board, Co – Chairperson Alfred Conservation Commission, Member Trout Unlimited, Woodworker, Fisherman, Certified Invasive Aquatic Plant Lake Monitor, Inventor, Golfer.

Secretary: Amy Titcomb (PO Box 51 Alfred, ME 04002, 272-4937)

Off-grid homesteader raising dairy goats, chickens, turkeys, and two cute humans. Wildlife rehabilitator. Member Alfred Conservation Commission, Alfred Festival Committee, National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association Research Committee. Audubon Roadwatch volunteer. Passionate producer, preparer, preserver, and eater of food.

Treasurer: Fred Holt (137 Kennebunk Road, Alfred, ME 04002,

Treasurer of the Town of Alfred

Clerk: Madge Baker (59 Cross Rd., Shapleigh, ME 04076, 324-9553,

Lawyer, member of Shapleigh Planning Board, gardener, chair of Maine Land Conservation Attorneys’ Network, member Maine Land Trust Network steering committee

John Bozak (33 Colburn Road, Lebanon, ME 04027,

Farmer, retired forester (UNH Professor Emeritus), Society of American Foresters (member), York County Farmers’ Network (member and past chair), gardener, bibliophile.

Tom Cashin (425 Goding Road, Acton, ME 04001, 636-3582)

Contractor/carpenter, Chair of Acton Comprehensive Plan Committee, Acton Planning Board member, organic gardener, conservationist

Carl Davis (468 Goding Road, Acton, ME 04001, 432-3591,

Forestry teacher, organic gardener, producer and seller of maple syrup, Mary Grant Preserve committee member, director and treasurer York County Soil & Water, Acton Forestry committee member.

Martha DoByns (N. Berwick,

Senior Environmental Scientist for Michael Baker International, Master’s in Marine Environmental Science from Stony Brook, past member and vice President of Shapleigh Conservation Commission, current resident of North Berwick, co-founder of and coach for Noble Youth Lacrosse, mother to two active boys, and avid gardener.

Christine Hull (Springvale, 324-7104,

Writer and teacher. Chris’ writing often focuses on issues related to farming, gardening, and environmental preservation. She enjoys hiking, camping, and kayaking with her family and dog throughout New England.

George Main (Lebanon,

Eight-year Marine Corps Veteran, Carpenter, owner operator of a Woodmizer saw-mill, member of the Lebanon Conservation Commission and student at University of New Hampshire Thompson School Forest Technology program

Kathy Neuville (11 Harris St. Springvale, ME 04083,

Retired substitute teacher and photographer, did photography for Hutchins property easement project, is co-monitor for the Noon Farm, did a photo series on The Salmon Falls River, and enjoys hiking, kayaking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

Nal Tero (Springvale)

Masters in Forestry from University of Maine Orono, Peace Corps, grower and landscaper at the family business of Springvale Nurseries, naturalist, outdoorsman.

W.L. Williams, MD, MPH&TM, MBA (Acton, 226-3808,

A retired infectious disease specialist and hospital epidemiologist who presently serves as an election warden and member of commissions and committees for the Town of Acton and is a substitute teacher in the Acton school. Has been interested and worked for environmental groups throughout his life and is especially interested in maintaining our surface and sub-surface water resources both quantitatively and qualitatively. Holds additional degrees including a Masters in Epidemioology and a Masters in Business Administration.