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Support Our Work by Becoming a New Member  
or Renewing Your Membership Today!

Sebasticook Regional Land Trust (SRLT) is a membership-supported conservation nonprofit committed to celebrating the wonder, beauty and diversity of the Sebasticook River Watershed. As a land trust we work with willing landowners to conserve the lands they love and the resources our community relies upon—abundant fish and wildlife, productive forests and farms, clean water, and places to hunt, fish and play with friends and family. The SRLT also works to restore native fish and aquatic habitats throughout the Sebasticook River Watershed. A committed member of our community, we pay property taxes on our Community Lands and we offer hunting, fishing and trapping access at many of our properties.


Suggested Giving Categories

Student $15                           

Senior $25                          

Individual $35                      

Household $50 

Business $120                

Steward $250 

Benefactor $500

Champion $1,000

Other     ________

Protect Working Farms and Forests, Wetlands and Wildlands in the Sebasticook River Watershed
  • Conserve and steward undeveloped land to benefit people and wildlife

  • Support local economies and our rural way of life

  • Protect drinking water supply

  • Ensure access to land for hiking, hunting, fishing, birdwatching and other outdoor activities

Provide Educational and Volunteer Opportunities
  • Offer monthly speaker programs in Benton and Newport

  • Lead monthly volunteer workdays to create and maintain trails, manage invasive species, and enhance visitor experience

  • Distribute SRLT E-news listing speaker programs, workshops, and field walks and more

  • Produce and distribute SRLT Newsletter twice a year

  • Offer educational field walks on our community lands

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Protect and Restore Important Habitat for Birds and Other Wildlife
Build Community by Partnering with Other Organizations 



Thank You for Helping to Protect the Working Forests, Farms, and Wild Lands in the Sebasticook River Watershed

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