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Thorndike after a new snowfall - Don't let the cold & snow keep you indoors!
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UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

Speaker talks at Chace Community Forum at 6:30 PM

 

February 15, 2023 - Dogs with Jobs: Canine Partners in Conservation - Learn about the science behind a dog's amazing scent detection abilities and the art of training them to work alongside biologists to help wood turtles and other sensitive species.

 

March 15, 2022 - Sportfishing on the Sebasticook River - Have you wondered how the fishing would be in the Sebasticook?  If you want to learn more, Jason Seiders, from the Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries will speak on the variety of fish using the river.

 

See our events page for details and more events

Our last newsletter arrived recently in your mailbox.  Please help us to hire a Program Manager by donating with the return mailer that was included or use the Donate link at the top of this webpage.


NEWS FLASH!  An extremely generous anonymous donor offered to match all donations up to $5000 for each of the  next three years !!!

The Speaker Series has moved to Waterville to increase our visibility in the lower Sebasticook area. 

See Activities and Events - programs are presented monthly at 6:30 at Chace Community Forum (150 Main St).  Food can be brought to the forum, but there are also many dining opportunities in the area for before or after the programs.

SRLT Christmas Bird Counts for 2022 results are in!

Despite the season's first nor 'easter on the day of the Unity count and flooding and a flash freeze for the Hartland count, hardy observers tallied birds in this citizen science effort.  Read about how it went in Unity or Hartland or check our CBC page
RSU-3 Moulton 10.12.22

Thanks to the crew from RSU-3 for help working on the trails at our Moulton's Mill Preserve.  We all enjoyed observing the plants and animals of the preserve on a beautiful October day while opening trails, removing invasive plants and improving access for the public to this superb Unity lowland forest site along 25 Mile Stream.  

Did you miss the December 3 annual meeting?  Watch recordings of our last three annual meetings here

All our programs are open to the public.  Our schedule was disrupted by Covid but regularly scheduled programs are back!  For a list of 2022-23 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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