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
Gordon Bok & The January Men & Then Some:
Music for the Land
Sunday, March 12, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
A Benefit Concert for the Kennebec Land Trust's Mount Pisgah Property at Longfellow's Greenhouses, Manchester
Tickets $40 - KLT members; $50-non-members (KLT membership included); Children under 12 - $12/ticket
On sale after January 30. Contact KLT: 207-377-2848
A limited number of scholarship tickets will be available by lottery. Please contact the KLT office for information.
Eighth Annual Family Winter Fun Curtis Homestead Conservation Area, Leeds
Sunday, February 5, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Join KLT for an afternoon of winter fun at the Curtis Homestead Conservation Area in Leeds. Bring your cross-country skis, snowshoes, and sleds and spend the afternoon exploring this wonderful 360-acre conservation property! Hot chocolate and snacks will be served around a bonfire in the field.
Join Dave Fuller, Agriculture and Non-Timber Forest Products Professional with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, for a balsam fir tipping field program on how to tip sustainably, followed by an indoor wreath-making workshop.
Concert with Joelle Morris, Mezzo Soprano; Bridget Convey, Piano; and Brian Meldrum, Piano, at the Viles Homestead in Augusta
In honor of the salon gatherings that were so popular at the turn of the century, Joelle Morris, Mezzo Soprano, along with Bridget Convey, Piano, and Brian Meldrum, Piano, will perform a mix of classical music, art songs and English parlor songs.
Celebrate autumn with a talk by John Bunker, Maine’s apple expert. Feel free to bring apples for identification! All ages welcome! PREREGISTER
Culverts: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; Field Workshop for Municipal Officials, Planning Boards, and Conservation Commissions
Field Workshop for Municipal Officials, Planning Boards, and Conservation Commissions
Participants will get an up close and personal look at a variety of culverts in the central Maine area: some good, others bad and ugly. The focus of the trip will be on looking at culverts from a fish passage and flood preparedness perspective.
Our Annual Meeting will feature our third annual Tri-Sport Challenge, morning outdoors activities for all ages, a cookout and potluck lunch, and the annual meeting. Photo by Jym St. Pierre
Join us for KLT’s July blueberry celebration and informational talk at the Davidson Nature Preserve in Vassalboro.
This property honors Judy Kane’s dedication to land conservation as well as her service to KLT as an Advisory Board member. Join us for the dedication of the Judy Kane Preserve Kennebec River Conservation Corridor with KLT directors and the Kane – Shagoury Family. Optional hike to follow.
Merry Gallagher, Research Fishery Biologist, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife will discuss: Stream fish ecology; Native stream conservation; and Fish community patterns across Maine.
POSTPONED due to dry conditions. Dusty Small and Teague Morris, Small-Burnham Conservation Area property owners and mushroom enthusiasts, will lead a discussion and mushroom identification walk.