White Pine Programs is a nonprofit educational organization in the Mount Agamenticus region of southern Maine, founded in 1999 by Dan Gardoqui, Matt Wild & Kate Gardoqui.


Are you wondering,  “What IS White Pine Programs?” …enjoy our short video below.

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Our Programs and Services help us fulfill our central goals:

1. Serving Youth, Teens, & Adults with high-quality nature connection experiences.

2. Serving as a Regional Center for naturalist studies: with expertise in Bird Language & Wildlife Tracking.

3. Serving the Agamenticus Conservation Region as an educational resource partner.

Where We Work – Our Locations:

“Wood Frog Hollow” – (330 Mountain Rd. in Cape Neddick, Maine) is our main program location. Facilities include a nature museum & classroom & 16 acres located in the heart of the  – the largest intact coastal forest between Acadia National Park & the Jersey Pine Barrens. Directions here.



Cider Hill House

“Cider Hill House” – (170 Cider Hill Rd. in York, Maine) is the location of our Administrative Offices. Situated in a beautiful old farmhouse near the York River, we encourage you to drop in sometime as you’re cruising down Route 91 between South Berwick and York Corners. Directions here.