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.
Grow Great Garlic in Your Garden! - October 5
Autumn weather signals that it is time to plant garlic! Led by Garden Coordinator Laurie Burhoe, this workshop will discuss and showcase the best practices for Growing Great Garlic in Maine.
We ask for a suggested donation of $5 to cover the supplies.
This workshop is full.
2019 KELT Hunting Information - What you need to know
Hunting is allowed at nine preserves. When hiking on KELT trails or elsewhere during hunting season, always wear visible orange clothing and use caution.
Hunters are asked to notify the land trust before hunting on a land trust property.
Click the link below to learn more.
Explore KELT’s newest addition, Red Rose Preserve in Bowdoinham!
Have you visited our newest preserve? Red Rose features several of the components that define KELT’s work: habitat restoration, human usage, and environmental education opportunities.
Click the link below to learn more about Red Rose Preserve and view the trail map!
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.