The KLT Outing Club will take a hike at the Peter Miller Woodland.
Join us on Saturday, August 4 for our property dedication in Mount Vernon
Join us to learn more about trail design and protecting water quality.
Join the Kennebec Land Trust and Kennebec Valley Bicycle Club for a tour highlighting a number of our most scenic properties
This is a follow-up field program to our April 5 workshop on non-timber forest products and current use property tax programs.
Join the Hallowell Conservation Commission and KLT to celebrate this property on Earth Day.
Join KLT and the Maine Woodland Owners to learn about non-timber forest products and current use programs.
KLT Lyceum: Collaborative Conservation of Vernal Pools: The Maine Vernal Pool Special Area Management Plan
KLT Lyceum on Vernal Pools on March 29th.
KLT Lyceum on Maine amphibians.
Full Moon Snowshoe at Davidson Nature Preserve in Vassalboro.
Snowshoe at Holman Conservation Area in Litchfield on January 19.
Balsam fir tipping field program on how to tip sustainably, followed by an indoor wreath-making workshop.
Fall walk at the Parker Pond Headland Preserve
This workshop is for farmers, foresters, landowners, and other resource managers who are making choices about what to grow, and where.
The Rosmarin family donated 342 acres in Readfield to KLT in 2016. Join KLT, the Rosmarin family, and friends to celebrate this newly property and our newly constructed trails.
The Rosmarin and Saunders Family Forest was formerly owned by Saunders Manufacturing Company Inc., a manufacturer of aluminum clipboards. The hilly, wooded property has been used year-round for hunting, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and hiking. After the company was sold in 2016, John and Lisa Rosmarin donated 342 acres to KLT so people can continue to enjoy the land.
KLT’s Directors and staff will lead hikes on the new trail after a short dedication ceremony. Please stay for cider, cookies, and apples after the hike!
Open to the public, no registration required.
Directions: From Route 41/17 in Readfield turn onto Nickerson Hill Rd. Travel for about 0.6 mile then turn left into a small parking area.
Photo Credit: Norm Rodrigue