Lucas St. Clair joins Maine NFC Advisory Council

 
 Lucas St. Clair (second from left) with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (second from right) at the new Katahdin Woods and Water National Monument.

Lucas St. Clair (second from left) with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (second from right) at the new Katahdin Woods and Water National Monument.

We are pleased and proud to announce the addition of Lucas St. Clair to the Maine chapter of Native Fish Coalition Advisory Council.

Born and raised in Northern Maine, Lucas is an avid fly fisherman and bird hunter. His love of the Maine woods, waters, and wildlife is evident in everything he does.

Lucas is the son of conservationist and philanthropist Roxanne Quimby and has served on the board of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and Maine Conservation Voters. Lucas is the president of Elliotsville Plantation Inc., a company which owns and manages land in Maine.  He was also a congressional candidate for Maine’s 2nd Congressional District.  Lucas’ work with Elliotsville Plantation resulted in the creation of the new Katahdin Woods and Water National Monument. 

Lucas’ experience dealing with public lands and government agencies will be invaluable to Maine NFC, and NFC as a whole, as we delve into native fish management on federal- and state-owned lands.  Lucas can be reached at lucass@elliotsvilleplantation.org