Volunteer Spotlight: Larkin Post
Meet Larkin Post. He’s a member of the Lands Committee, and brings his own special expertise to help identify and evaluate conservation opportunities. Larkin grew up here on the mid-coast, splitting his time between the mainland and Metinic Island, where his family lobstered every summer. Education and jobs took him away for a few years, and earned him degrees in history and marine archeology, and skills in GIS and CAD mapping. We’re fortunate that he chose to return to his roots, which go back to the first Europeans to settle our area.
He knows the history of our area, the traditions that are challenged, and the important role GRLT plays in helping to preserve and protect the lives we all share here. He’s been working for Gartley & Dorsky Engineering for about 15 years, and been involved in many GRLT projects, as well as other conservation groups on the coast, both professionally and personally. We’re very lucky to have his particular point of view and experience contributing to the Lands Committee’s work.