Introducing: The Maine Endangered Species Pottery series
Visit the KELT store to browse the Maine Endangered Species pottery series, a collaboration between two local artists, Mary McKone and Jackie Johnson! Each piece is beautifully handmade, showcasing some of Maine’s endangered species. We currently have mugs, bowls, and dishes available, and more will be added as they are created! A portion of the sales from these pieces will be donated to KELT.
Maine Creatures Great & Small: Phytoplankton & Red Tide Lecture - August 20
Be introduced the wonders of phytoplankton, including information on their types, impacts, and distribution in the Gulf of Maine and across the globe with Dr. Jelena Godrijan, a scientist at Bigelow Laboratory, and Bryant Lewis, from the Maine Department of Marine Resources.
Co-sponsored by KELT and Midcoast Conservancy
Managing & Removing Invasive Plants - August 24
KELT will be holding this free educational workshop focused on invasive plant management. The program will provide residents and property managers across the region with information to support identifying, managing and eradicating the harmful plants. KELT's Stewardship Consultant, Cheri Brunault, will introduce different plants and highlight which methods work best for which plants.
LOCAL Garden Quick Pickling Demo - August 24
Calling pickle enthusiasts of all ages! Join KELT’s Program Director, Becky Kolak, to learn a simple recipe for quick-pickling your favorite garden veggies. $5 suggested donation for materials. Leave with a jar of homemade pickled veggies of your choice! Feel free to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at the garden following the program. This program is great for pickle-enthusiasts of all ages!
Help us expand Lilly Pond Community Forest.
Time for some fresh air and nature!
Annual Alewife Count
The 2019 Alewife count at Nequasset Fish Ladder is complete! Thank you to all the volunteers that helped to count. Check out this year’s numbers and how they compare to previous years’ data.