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  • 2015 Artist in Residence Program Announcement

    Artists have long been inspired by the natural beauty of Maine, and the midcoast has a particularly long and strong tradition of place-inspired art making. The Georges River Land Trust and K2 Family Foundation are now accepting applications for the third year of their artist in residence program for 2015…. Read more

  • The Kelpie Gallery Supports Conservation

    On Saturday, September 13 The Kelpie Gallery in the Weskeag Village of South Thomaston presented Wet Paint on the ‘Weskeag!, a fundraiser for the Georges River Land Trust. Participating artists created works of art on lands surrounding the Weskeag River, which were auctioned off that evening to an enthusiastic crowd…. Read more

  • Development Officer Position Open

    Posted August 15, 2014 Georges River Land Trust is announcing the opening of a Development Officer position on our conservation team. Details of this job opening can be found on our employment page. Applications are due by September 7, 2014.

  • Annual Meeting and Local History on Sept. 9

    Members and friends of the Georges River Land Trust are invited to participate in the Annual Celebration and Business Meeting to take place on Tuesday, September 9, beginning at 3 pm at the Finnish Church, 172 St. George Rd, South Thomaston. The public is warmly invited to come out and… Read more

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