Sandy Olson has lived in Troy for 30 years as a market gardener, artist, digital photographer, and general media geek. Her passion is for telling stories with nature. She wrote a web-based opus about the migration and history of alewives in the Sebasticook watershed –Everything Eats Alewives. She loves to spend time poking around outdoors. For the last five years she has taken pictures for the land trust, built the website and the companion blog site, and currently acts as webmaster for both.
Sebasticook Regional Land Trust has a mission to recognize and conserve the rich wild and working landscape of Central Maine's Sebasticook River watershed.
Explore The Watershed With SRLT’s New Companion Site
An Award winning film by SRLT intern Spring 2014, Allison Perna