We are pleased to announce “Midcoast Matters” – a six-part television series focusing on the people, places, and natural wonders of Midcoast Maine.
Through the lens of local community leaders, the inaugural episode, “Joining Forces,” explores the genesis of Midcoast Conservancy, the power of connecting people and places around a common cause, and the motivation to protect our natural world. Subsequent episodes, airing monthly, will focus on each of Midcoast Conservancy’s geographies: Damariscotta Lake, the Sheepscot Valley, the Sheepscot Headwaters, the Medomak Valley, and Hidden Valley Nature Center. Topics covered will include ecological preservation, restoration of sea run fisheries, climate change impacts, adventure and exploration opportunities, and much more.
Premiering Thursday, September 30 at 8:30 P.M. on Spectrum/Tidewater 7 and Lincoln County Television (LCTV.org), Midcoast Matters is a collaboration between Midcoast Conservancy, LCTV, Charles Stuart of Stuart Television Productions, and LCTV video producer Lang Sheppard, also with Stunt Dog Productions. After the airing of the premiere and subsequent episodes, all Midcoast Matters shows will be archived and available for viewing at www.lctv.org.
Lincoln County Television broadcasts on Spectrum/Tidewater 7 and LCTV.org as Lincoln County’s non-profit public access and community television station. The station presents government meetings, educational programs, community events, and original weekly, monthly, and special shows for Lincoln County residents of all ages. Follow LCTV on Facebook and Instagram and LCTV.org.