MOUNT VERNON — A dedication ceremony for the 125-acre Ezra Smith Wildlife Conservation Area and trail donated in March 2018 by George and Linda Smith will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at 677 Pond Road. Raid date is Sunday, Aug. 5. This summer, KLT stewardship director Jean Luc Theriault and Kennebec Land Trust interns will be constructing a new trail on the property that will include wetland and wildlife habitat interpretive signs. A small parking area on Route 41 in Mount Vernon will provide safe access for school groups, hikers, and hunters. The Ezra Smith Conservation Area, which features a 50-acre wetland and hardwood and conifer forests along the beautiful Hopkins Stream corridor, will be open to the public for year-round outdoor recreation, including hiking, nature observation, fishing, and hunting. Contact the KLT office with any questions, 377-2848.
Kennebec Land Trust property dedication of Ezra Smith Wildlife Conservation Area
Event organizer: Kirsten Brewer
Event Date & Time: August 4, 2018 9:00 am until August 4, 2018 11:00 am
Contact email: KBrewer@tklt.org
For more information: http://www.tklt.org
Location: 677 Pond Rd, Mt Vernon, ME 04352, USA