Celebrating 30 years of conserving and stewarding the Kennebec Estuary!
Join KELT’s board of directors, members, and friends to celebrate 30 years of conservation and discover more about KELT’s successful Stewardship Program that cares for 23 miles of trail and 3700+ acres of land annually.
Join us at the Stewardship Expo to learn about our partnerships with community members and organizations to care for KELT’s conserved properties throughout the region.
Following the Expo will be the annual business meeting, an opportunity to learn more about the land trust’s three-decades of work, newly updated strategic plan, and lands conserved in 2018.
The evening will close with presentations by:
Carolann Ouellette, Director of the new Maine Office of Outdoor Recreation - Last October, Maine got closer to leveraging its billion dollar outdoor recreation economy by welcoming Carolann as the first director of the newly designated Office of Outdoor Recreation. Join us to hear her vision on how to grow Maine’s outdoor recreation economy.
Nancy Sferra, Director of Stewardship and Ecological Management for The Nature Conservancy - The co-chair of KELT’s Stewardship Committee and former Board member, Nancy will speak about the vital importance of stewardship for the Kennebec Estuary’s lands, waters, wildlife, and the next generation of Maine’s stewards.
Attendees will be able to enjoy hearty appetizers and a Maine-made wine and beer tasting by Sasanoa Brewing, Now You’re Cooking, Devenish Wines, Henry and Marty Restaurant & Catering and Concinnity Deli & Lounge.
The evening will also feature Strategic Plan BINGO. Purchase a BINGO card and mark off words or phrases used during our presentation on KELT’s new Strategic Plan. Win prizes like an attractive regional conserved lands map, KELT swag, and more!
*Coming soon!* Click HERE to view KELT’s 2018 Annual Report
Questions? Contact Becky at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-442-8400.
The Maine Maritime Museum is located at 243 Washington Street in Bath. Due to the Museum’s construction project, parking for the event is located in the Museum’s overflow, south lot - Traveling south on Washington St. go past the main entrance to the next driveway on the left. The sign in front of the BIW building indicates the OVERFLOW PARKING lot. Turn LEFT here.
Please RSVP to this event by:
calling 207-442-8400 OR register using the Google Form below.