Landere Naisbitt

Landere Naisbitt joined BHHT in 2019 as their Outreach Coordinator and in 2023 was promoted to Education Coordinator. Landere has called the Blue Hill Peninsula home since she moved from Idaho with her mom and sisters as a child in 1996. Having spent most of her childhood outdoors she grew to love the plants, animals, and landscape of the coast and now is passionate about sharing this beautiful place with her community through a conservation lens.

Landere has a diverse educational and teaching background including experiences in public school, waldorf-inspired programs, and outdoor education including forest school, farm-based education, summit stewarding, and nature camps. She has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from the University of Maine and a masters in Environmental Studies and Education from Antioch University, New England. She is an advocate for all children playing in the outdoors as much as possible and loves bringing more access and opportunity for this to the schools and homeschoolers on the Blue Hill Peninsula to increase well-being, connection, and stewardship ethics.

Landere loves hiking, wandering in the woods with her son Sylvan, gardening, knitting, and illustrating native plants.