September 20, 2019
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Blue Hill Heritage Trust to hold listening sessions across the Blue Hill Peninsula.

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BLUE HILL — Blue Hill Heritage Trust will hold a series of listening sessions across the peninsula this summer and they want to hear from you. Coming up on 35 years in operation, Blue Hill Heritage Trust is interested in what you value about the peninsula, what you think of their conservation work and what the future might hold for both. The Trust has sought to benefit local community, wildlife and environment, and as they look to the future, they want to connect with residents in each peninsula town. Join BHHT’s Executive Director Hans Carlson for a listening session and share with him your thoughts, ask questions, voice concerns and share stories and sentiments on what is important to you about our local landscape.

Listening sessions will be held twice in each town between June and September. All are open to the public and registration is not required. Bring a friend, but more importantly, bring your voice. They want to hear from you!

Please contact Blue Hill Heritage Trust for more information at 207-374-5118 or info@bluehillheritagetrust.org.

Listening sessions will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the following towns:

Blue Hill- Public Library June 25 and July 31

Brooklin- School Library June 17 and July 29

Brooksville- Town Hall June 24 and Aug. 26

Castine- Emerson Hall June 11 and Aug. 7

Penobscot- Town Hall June 19  and Aug. 21

Sedgwick- School Library June 27  and Aug. 5

Surry- Fire Department June 20 and Aug. 8