Kennebec Land Trust (KLT) works cooperatively with landowners and communities to conserve the forests, shorelands, fields, and wildlife that define central Maine
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Celebrating a quarter century of conservation, the Kennebec Land Trust is looking to the future with a $3.5 million campaign to strengthen its programs, preserve more wilderness areas and expand recreational opportunities for people in central Maine.
A coalition led by the Kennebec Land Trust has organized a conference Friday focused on sustainable forestry and its role in Maine’s local economies.
The land trust said the conference at the Augusta Civic Center will discuss the economic value of locally made wood products and the regional dynamics of New England’s forestland and forest products economy.
The 97-acre Davidson Nature Preserve was donated to the Kennebec Land Trust by Elizabeth Davidson in 2005 and is open for the public to access year round. In the preserve, visitors will find winding paths that visit blueberry fields, forests and wetlands...