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  • New Thomaston Bike Trail Underway

    August 10, 2018 --

    Georges River Land Trust thanks Sidecountry Sports owners Andrew Dailey and Brian Kelley for their generous contribution of $10,000 to the Connecting Community to Town Forests Initiative.

    This project, the result of a longstanding working relationship between Georges River Land Trust and the Thomaston Conservation Commission, is a collaborative effort to engage local youth ... Read more

  • Sticks and Stones Opening Reception

    May 17, 2018 --

    Join Georges River Land Trust at the opening reception for Cushing artist David Sears‘ wooden sculpture and paintings exhibition at the Cushing Historical Society‘s Barn at 17 Hathorne Point Road on Friday, July 13, from 5 to 7 pm. The exhibition continues on July 14 and 15 from 10 am to 4 pm ... Read more

  • SUFU’s Land Trust Day at Langlais Sculpture Preserve

    May 16, 2018 --

    Georges River Land Trust will host Speaking Up for Us (SUFU’s) Land Trust Day on June 13 at Langlais Sculpture Preserve. Speaking Up for Us (SUFU), is a statewide organization run by, and for, adults who live with developmental disabilities.

    SUFU is committed to finding a voice for its community to “speak up” about issues ... Read more

  • Canoe & New Brew Party!

    May 10, 2018 --

    Georges River Land Trust and Lake St. George (LSG) Brewing Company will co-host a special “Paddle & New Brew” Memorial Day weekend fundraiser for GRLT on Saturday, May 26, at LSG Brewing Company, 4 Marshall Shore Road (Sherman’s Corner), in Liberty. The public is invited to attend.

    The day will begin with a paddle on ... Read more

  • Summer Art Camp for Kids

    May 05, 2018 --

    Georges River Land Trust and Leaps of Imagination will offer a series of 6 week-long summer art camps for kids age 8 to 12 at Langlais Sculpture Preserve in Cushing, beginning on June 18 from 9 am to noon, Monday through Friday, and continuing through August 3. Weekly enrollment is $160 per child, and ... Read more

  • GRLT Joins Tenants Harbor Clean Up

    May 03, 2018 --

    Help us keep the Maine coast clean! We’re joining United By Blue and area partners for a cleanup of the islands off the coast of Tenants Harbor on Sunday, June 10th. The stunning natural beauty of the islands attracts thousands of people and migratory species to the area every year, making Tenants Harbor a hub ... Read more

  • Earth Day Trash Pick Up Totals

    April 26, 2018 --

    On Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22, volunteers took to the Rockland shoreline, along the Rockland Harbor Trail, Buttermilk Lane in Thomaston, and the commercial stretch of Route One in Thomaston to pick up trash. The totals were staggering. In less than a mile stretch along the Harbor Trail, over 1,500 cigarette butts were collected, the ... Read more

  • 900 Visit the Sacred Art Tour

    April 08, 2018 --

    For the first time ever, eight Tibetan Buddhist refugee monks traveled from India to midcoast Maine as part of their 13-month tour of the US. The Sacred Art Tour brings awareness to the plight of Tibetans, as well as a profound experience in the ancient lessons of impermanence, compassion and peace. The monks created an ... Read more

  • Welcome to our New Director of Development!

    March 14, 2018 --

    The Georges River Land Trust (GRLT) is thrilled to announce the appointment of a new Director of Development, Tobin Malone. After a deliberate and thoughtful search, Executive Director Meg Rasmussen is pleased to have found a candidate with experience and enthusiasm for the position.

    Tobin Malone comes to Georges River Land Trust from her position ... Read more

  • Ceramics for Conservation

    March 14, 2018 --

    This past fall, 120 art students from Medomak Valley High School arrived at the Langlais Sculpture Preserve on three school buses to explore the Preserve and examine the sculptures as inspiration for their ceramics class. They were responding to a request from the Land Trust to stop using plastic and create a zero-waste facility. ... Read more