Here is a list of some of the projects and partners with whom Alix has worked, or advised, over the past 30 years.

All of them inspirational, they have expanded her experience and enhanced her life.

Those listed with an asterisk can be found in the links section.

  • Portland Trails*
  • Mountain Division Alliance
  • Northern Sustainable Communities Network
  • Chewonki Foundation*
  • Pownal Land Trust
  • Pownal Scenic & Historical Society
  • Northern Forest Canoe Trail*
  • Northern Forest Center *
  • Forest Society of Maine 
  • QLF/Atlantic Center for the Environment*
  • Leadership Maine/Maine Development Foundation 
  • Royal River Conservation Trust
  • Trustees of Reservations
  • Blue Hill Heritage Trust
  • Cultivating Community
  • Maine Coast Heritage Trust*
  • Maine Farmland Trust
  • Maine Land Trust Network
  • Bangor Land Trust
  • Vermont Land Trust
  • National Park Service Rivers & Trails Program*
  • National Park Service Conservation Study Institute
  • Eastern Trail Alliance 
  • The Conservation Fund*
  • The Trust for Public Land *
  • The Nature Conservancy*
  • Biddeford RiverWalk Coalition
  • Biddeford Open Space Committee
  • Heart of Biddeford 
  • City of Biddeford 
  • City of Portland
  • Irish ~ U.S. Land Use & Leadership Network
  • Natural Lands Trust*
  • Brandywine Conservancy
  • Western Mountains Alliance
  • Two Roads Maine
  • Maine Smart Growth Forum
  • Regional Transportation Advisory Committee (RTAC)
  • The Bronx River Alliance*
  • Teens to Trails*
  • Unity College
  • The Muskie School of Public Service
  • Maine Department of Transportation
  • Maine Department of Conservation
  • Greater Portland Council of Governments
  • Southern Maine Regional Planning Agency
  • Uxbridge trails & conservation groups, Ontario CA
  Bird banding at the Jerusalem Bird Observatory (photo: Amir Balaban)
  QLF Middle East Exchange participants, Bethlehem 2007  
  Kamal teaching a class at Shouf Cedar Reserve in Lebanon
The photos depict some of the wonderful projects and people that Alix has come to know through her recent work in the Middle East.

A small herd of gazelles still lives in the recently preserved Gazelle Valley in the middle of Jerusalem. (Photo: Amir Balaban)