Sebasticook Regional Land Trust has a mission to recognize and conserve the rich wild and working landscape of Central Maine's Sebasticook River watershed.
Explore The Watershed With SRLT’s New Companion Site
An Award winning film by SRLT intern Spring 2014, Allison Perna
Thanks to Maine Master Naturalist Melissa Bastien for developing a great fall scavenger hunt for the Cob’s Way Trail at Kanokolus Bog Preserve in Unity. We hope this is the first in a series!
Download it here: Cob’s Way Fall Scavenger Hunt
Did you know Sebasticook Regional Land Trust owns 11 properties, located in not only Unity but also Burnham, Cambridge, Freedom, Hartland, Jackson and Stetson? These diverse holdings include an assortment of habitats and recreational opportunities. You can get to know these special places by volunteering as a property steward!
Some SRLT properties have trails and other public-access improvements. Some properties are managed just for wildlife while others include forestry and farming components. Some properties are open for hunting, while others are not. While each property is different, they all have two things in common: they are forever conserved for the benefit of people and wildlife, and the SRLT is responsible for their care.
SRLT property stewards help care for these important lands by taking walks and occasionally joining with other volunteers for larger projects like trail improvements, boundary marking or plant and wildlife surveys. There are no special skills required, simply a willingness to be outside and to submit a completed “stewardship visit” report – a brief record of your observations and suggestions.
We suggest properties with trails be visited quarterly, with semi-annual or annual visits for our unimproved or remote parcels. The SRLT provides an initial property orientation and ongoing support.
Interested in learning more? Please contact Jennifer at 948-3766 or by email.