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  • Restoration and Energy Performance at Langlais

    Are you curious about what is happening at the future Langlais Sculpture Preserve? The lovely and classic 19th century farmhouse that sites atop of a ledge outcrop had been home to Bernard and Helen for many years and was most recently the residence for Colby College’s curator, Hannah Blunt. Now,… Read more

  • 2015 Membership Drive Kicks Off

    It’s time to look forward to our busy spring and summer seasons and all of our exciting upcoming projects! With a gift to our membership fund, you will lead the way in supporting significant conservation work over the coming months. We are asking you to give this spring to enable… Read more

  • Georges River Artist-in-Residence is Announced for 2015

    The Georges River Land Trust and the K2 Family Foundation are pleased to introduce their 2015 Artist-in-Residence, George Mason of Damariscotta Mills. Mason is the third artist-in-residence of this partnership that offers professional visual artists, performing artists, and writers the opportunity to pursue their artistic disciplines while being inspired by… Read more

  • Land Trust Welcomes New Board Members

    The Georges River Land Trust is pleased to announce that Jim Jenkins and Margaret Macleod recently joined its Board of Directors. Jim is a retired financial adviser. He graduated from the University of Maine – Orono with a BA in Economics and he holds an MBA from the College of… Read more

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