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The Richardson Memorial Preserve offers wonderful views of Sandy Stream along our woodlands trail. Find out more about this protected property and how our 2021 timber harvest has improved habitat for a variety of birds here.

NATURE CORNER

NATURE IS WAKING UP

Nature is even more in tune with the seasonal progression so once the days lengthen significantly in mid- to late February, animals and plants begin to revive themselves from their low activity winter periods.  Plant buds begin to swell in preparation for the increased solar radiation which will allow their emergence later in the season. Hearing a ruckus up above you? Some birds like Great Horned Owls and ravens begin to pair and find nesting sites.

 

One of the most exciting events is witnessing increased activities among central Maine’s mammal populations...

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Mink on Sandy Stream, photo by Tom Aversa.

THANK YOU, VOLUNTEERS!

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Watch this video for an aerial perspective of the  Sebasticook River Watershed!

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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

 

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NOTE CHANGE OF LOCATION!

MARCH 20, 6:30 - 8 pm

The State of

Maine Rivers

Benton Grange Hall

29 River Rd., Benton

 

It's been over 50 years since the Clean Water Act was passed in 1972, and we've seen the health of Maine's rivers improve. Dam removals and improved fish passageways have resulted in tremendous increases in sea-run fish populations and broad ecological benefits. Landis Hudson, executive director of Maine Rivers, will present on recent successes in river restoration as well as continuing threats to the health of our river systems.

Volunteer Work Days are typically held on the Last Sunday of the Month

(locations vary)

MARCH DATE TBD

Richardson Memorial Preserve

 

Our schedule has been updated.  Check our events page for details and newly scheduled events

Thank you to our volunteer crew for helping to clear trails of downed trees at the Kanokolus Bog Preserve. Storms in December and January took down trees at many of our properties, and we will focus our future winter workdays on clearing trails at Moulton's Mill, Richardson Memorial Preserve, and Freedom Forest Preserve. Hopefully you can join us in the future - it’s hard work but fun and always good to be outdoors!

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All our programs are open to the public.  For a list of 2024 speaker series programs click here or contact info@sebasticookrlt.org or 948-3766 for more information.  

Learn about how we support our mission to conserve wild and working landscape.

Get more information on our Monthly Speaker Series or our guided nature walks.

Our past, current, and future projects.

SRLT is all volunteer effort. Find out how you can help.

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