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PF-230283-15
Creating a Sustainable Preservation Environment
Jennifer Pye, Monhegan Historical and Cultural Museum Association

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Island Energy Conference Monhegan Field Trip (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Island Energy Conference Monhegan Field Trip
Author: Scott Fitch
Author: Jennifer Pye
Abstract: The 2017 Island Energy Conference will feature a trip to Monhegan Island. This small island community, located 12 miles off the coast of Maine, is famous for its striking scenery, world-class birding, and singular character. Monhegan’s remote location creates a unique set of energy challenges, and residents have adopted innovative strategies to meet those challenges. Attendees will learn about recent upgrades to the island’s power station including its solar diesel hybrid system, as well as locally-driven energy efficiency and community planning efforts.
Date: 04/29/2017
Primary URL: http://www.islandinstitute.org/resource/2017-island-energy-conference
Primary URL Description: The Island Institute works to sustain Maine's island and coastal communities, and exchanges ideas and experiences to further the sustainability of communities here and elsewhere.
Conference Name: 2017 Island Energy Conference

The Monhegan Museum: Celebrating 50 Years (Book)
Title: The Monhegan Museum: Celebrating 50 Years
Author: Edward L. Deci
Author: Emily R. Grey
Author: Jennifer G. Pye
Author: Robert L. Stahl
Editor: Robert L. Stahl
Abstract: THE MONHEGAN MUSEUM OF ART & HISTORY was founded in 1968 when automation of the Monhegan Light Station provided the opportunity to acquire the property and transform it into a venue to preserve and display the island's rich historical and cultural heritage. As Edward L. Deci, director of the museum for thirty-five years, writes: 'Remarkably, on this small, isolated island the human history has been extraordinary.' The museum now houses a collection of more than 30,000 objects, including nearly 1,500 works of art, many created by some of the giants of American art who have been associated with the 160 year history of the Monhegan art colony
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://catalog.bostonathenaeum.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=537551
Primary URL Description: Boston Athenaeum
Access Model: Print book
Publisher: Monhegan Museum of Art & History
Type: Edited Volume
ISBN: 9780692092811
Copy sent to NEH?: Yes


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