KELT Hunting Information 2019

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.

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Ben Barrett
Meet Ben! Our New Communication and Education Coordinator

Ben Barrett is returning to New England after 6 years in Arkansas. He became a leader in Animal Welfare efforts in Little Rock as the Coordinator of dog and cat rescue transports, public education programs, communications and volunteering. He also spent time to become an Arkansas Master Naturalist. A native of Massachusetts and a graduate of Keene State College in New Hampshire, Ben is excited to now call Maine home.

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Ben Barrett
Stories from the Marsh: Bird Monitoring at Back River Creek

Mud, marsh, birds, sunrise, science! This summer, KELT’s Bowdoin Fellow, Ely Spencer, helped out with a project we’re coordinating at the Back River Creek Marsh to learn about this marsh system. To learn about part of his experience and some of the findings from the marsh, check out Ely’s blog post: Back River Bird Monitoring.

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Ruth Indrick
Communication & Education Coordinator - Apply today!

Work for KELT! Check out the job posting for the Communication & Education Coordinator. Click here to read the description, deadline, and how to apply.

Help us spread the word about our programs, events, and projects. Keep our database of donors and volunteers in tip-top shape. Assist leading and teaching people of all ages to appreciate the natural wonders of the Kennebec Estuary.

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Becky Kolak
History Spotlight: Harvesting Ice on the Kennebec

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 February post highlights a past industry that relied on winter’s cold temperatures and its affects on the waters of the Kennebec River.

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Becky Kolak
History Spotlight: Taking out the Garbage

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.

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Becky Kolak