THE EAGLE HILL INSTITUTE
- Arts & Culture
LocationPO BOX 9STEUBEN, ME 04680 United States
The Institute is a 501(c)(3) scientific and literary nonprofit organization which is dedicated to contributing to a greater interest in scholarly and educational pursuits, especially in the natural history sciences. It maintains an interdisciplinary focus in order to help facilitate a better understanding of complex relationships among disciplines. Its mission is international in scope. In pursuing its mission, the Institute recognizes that greater interests in scholarly and educational pursuits is something from which everyone benefits.
The Eagle Hill Institute is located on the eastern coast of Maine and is perhaps best known for its advanced natural history science summer seminars and fall workshops, the first of which was ofered in 1987. It has been hosting the annual Northeast Natural History Science Conference since 2011. Its commitments expanded over time to include the publication of a number of peer-reviewed scientific journals. It maintains a natural history and art history library, hosts occasional resident scholars, and hosts chamber concerts, lecture, and discussion Forums.
The Eagle Hill Institute is located on the densely forested summit of Eagle Hill, the highest part of Dyer Point, the peninsula between the Schoodic Point section of Acadia National Park and Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge. Trails lead from the summit of Eagle Hill to a number of overlooks offering inspirational views of the coast of Maine, with its rocky and evergreen-lined shore and its many islands, bays, and peninsulas. This setting is very conducive to scholarly and educational pursuits.