The public is invited to the grand opening of the Langlais Sculpture Preserve in Cushing on Saturday, September 16, 2017 from 2-5 p.m. Georges River Land Trust has been hard at work with the Kohler Foundation over the last five years to protect and conserve the legacy of… Read More
    Georges River Land Trust invites members and friends to get out their boat togs and dancing shoes to celebrate 30 years of conservation along the Georges River. The anniversary celebration will be held at the Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding boatyard in Thomaston on Sunday, August 27, 2017. Read More
    The public is invited to join Georges River Land Trust for a short walk on the new Ash Point Preserve in Owls Head at 4 pm on Tuesday, August 22. Along the way, Brent West, Georges River Land Trust Stewardship Manager, will describe the management goals for the… Read More
    (S. Thomaston, ME) – The public is invited to spend Sunday afternoon, August 13, enjoying midcoast Maine’s premier plein air art auction. The Kelpie Gallery of South Thomaston’s fourth annual Wet Paint on the ‘Weskeag will feature the freshly painted art of 36 artists created en plein air… Read More
    Peter Ralston, noted photographer and co-founder of the Island Institute, took to the seas last summer for an epic adventure to Greenland and the heart of the Northwest Passage, a 900-mile sea route from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. On Sunday July 30th, from 5:30-7:30 pm at… Read More
    After 25 years of successful tours, the all-volunteer Garden Tour committee at Georges River Land Trust has learned a few tricks and tips along the way. This year’s Gardens in the Watershed tour on Sunday, July 16, will benefit from this breadth of knowledge. New this year is… Read More
    Georges River Land Trust will host a medicinal plant walk at the Appleton Preserve on Thursday, July 13 at 10 am to identify and discuss native and invasive plants found in the midcoast. The walk will help people improve their confidence in identifying plants and how some common… Read More
    What began three years ago as an innovative idea with only a few weeks to pull off has blossomed into midcoast Maine’s premier art auction and a sustainable annual fundraising event celebrating the beauty of the Weskeag and Georges River region through art. The Kelpie Gallery of South… Read More
    The Georges River Land Trust invites the public to learn about the Georges Highland Path and the many benefits this trail system provides to surrounding communities. This 50-mile trail system supports local conservation values and enhances overall quality of place for the 14 local communities within the 225-square… Read More
    The eagerly awaited 26th annual Georges River Land Trust Gardens in the Watershed tour will take place on Sunday, July 16, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. rain or shine, in the middle reaches of the Georges River watershed. New this year will be a gourmet reception immediately… Read More
    (ROCKLAND, ME) – The public is invited to take a walk through a thriving bobolink habitat recently protected by Georges River Land Trust! Laura Suomi-Lecker, Technical Director for Somerset County Soil and Water Conservation District, and education and outreach coordinator for Avian Haven Wild Bird Rehabilitation Center, will… Read More
    Eastern Tire & Auto Service recently presented a check to Georges River Land Trust as sponsors of their 30th Anniversary. Since 1987, the Georges River Land Trust has protected 3,700 acres of natural habitat, woodlands, wetlands, agricultural lands, shorefronts, and scenic properties important to the citizens and 14… Read More
    (Warren, ME) – The public is invited observe the breeding displays of the American Woodcock at Georges River Land Trust’s Trolley Marsh Preserve in Warren on Wednesday, May 10 from 7-8:30 p.m.. Woodcock, also called Timberdoodle, display acrobatic flight and a singing call as part of their yearly… Read More
    (South Thomaston, ME) – The public is invited to join the Georges River Land Trust at 3 pm on April 20 at the Finnish Church in South Thomaston for a walk on the Riverview Hayfields Preserve. Dave Marceau, licensed Soil and Wetland Scientist with Gartley & Dorsky, will… Read More
    First National Bank and First Advisors representatives recently presented a check to Georges River Land Trust as lead sponsors of this year’s Gardens in the Watershed tour. This year marks the tour’s 26th anniversary and will showcase five gardens in the middle watershed on Sunday, July 16, from… Read More
    Rockland – Artist Dick Kelly wanted to provide support to the Georges River Land Trust’s Bridging Two Rivers conservation initiative in a way that might motivate others to give as well. The Spruce Head artist creates works in wood that are inspired by the natural world. The great… Read More