History Spotlight: Taking out the Garbage
KELT Applies for Accreditation Renewal
In celebration of KELT’s 30th Anniversary, we are sharing stories of local history about KELT and the lands, waters, and people of the region.
Our first post highlights trash removal methods from 1957. Special thanks to Kathy Gravino for sharing this spotlight.
Get out on the trails this winter!
KELT has completed the principal steps required to submit its application for accreditation renewal. The Land Trust Accreditation Commission invites public input and accepts signed, written comments on pending renewal applications. Click here to learn more!
If it grows, it goes!
Helpful reminders and tips for enjoying the snowy preserve trails — includes a list of preserves with plowed parking lots!
Explore the new Lichen Loop at Higgins Mountain Preserve
New! A second self-service kiosk in the City of Bath for residents to drop off compostable materials at the LOCAL Garden!
KELT Hunting Information 2018
KELT was pleased to host 26 guests during the grand opening of a new loop trail at Higgins Mountain Preserve in Georgetown.
Crew Coordinator's Recap of the Field Season
With eleven preserves open year-round dawn until dusk for the public’s enjoyment, the land trust is committed to providing access to these public lands for low-impact and traditional recreation including hunting, where appropriate.
The Ins and Outs of Conservation Work
Rhyan shares a recap of his 20 week season on the Regional Field Team.
A reflection on summertime work from our 2018 Maine Land Conservation Intern, Trent Stevens. Trent spent 10 weeks with KELT, the Phippsburg Land Trust, and the Bates Morse Mountain Conservation Area & Shortridge Coastal Center doing a variety of projects from trail work to updating preserve management plans to learning mapping skills on ArcGIS.