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  • Georges River Land Trust Earns National Recognition

    Georges River Land Trust has achieved land trust accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance. “We are very excited and honored to be receive this national recognition,” said Jim Robbins, Board President of Georges River Land Trust. “We are so grateful to… Read more

  • Wildlife Art Prints for Holiday Gifts

    Are you looking for the perfect gift for someone on your holiday list? We are fortunate to have received a limited collection of prints, note cards, and bookmarks by artist D.D. Tyler in November 2014, and we are currently offering them for sale. Tyler is a natural history artist noted… Read more

  • 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

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