Wednesday, Feb. 8
Rewilding: Transcending the Human/Nature Divide.” Susie O’Keeffe of Montville will explore rewilding and how history, culture and language shape our experience of wilderness and wildness.
“Restoring Connections to Place”
SRLT Monthly Speaker Series
2nd Wednesday of each month
6:30 PM, 93 Main St., Unity
The programs are free and open to the public. They take place on the second Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at the Sebasticook Regional Land Trust office, 93 Main St., Unity. For more information, please contact email@example.com or 948-3766.
Full Moon Walk: A Moon and Torchlit Adventure
Friday, February 10th, 6:00 – 8:30pm
Carlson Woods Conservation Easement, Unity
(Meet inside at 573 Waning Road)
Join the Sebasticook Regional Land Trust for torch-making, nighttime awareness skills, and a magical walk under the full moon peppered with songs, stories, and signs of animals. Arrive at 6pm to learn how to make mullein torches, then head out into the night on the new woodland trail to visit natural springs, deer beds, coyote scent posts, and ancient maple trees. We’ll walk a loop and warm up again inside by the woodstove with hot cocoa and snacks.
All ages are welcome; total walking distance is less than a mile. Snowshoes may be helpful if snow is deep.
For more information, or to register, contact Doug at 207-948-3766 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
directions from SRLT office
Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Sebasticook Regional Land Trust.
There is a role for everyone, from working with children to leading excursions to serving on a committee… and much more! Whether you can give us several hours a week or a few hours a year, we need your help. Please take a couple of minutes to download the SRLT Volunteer Interest Form below and return it to Susan by email, mail (P.O. Box 184, Unity, ME 04988), or in person (93 Main St., Unity). Call her at 948-3766 if you have questions.
SRLT Volunteer Interest Form