Photograph of North Creek by Carol Main
Phippsburg Land Trust Mission
The Phippsburg Land Trust preserves, protects and stewards special wild and natural places in Phippsburg for the benefit and education of our children, grandchildren and future generations.
2015 Annual Meeting!
Thursday, August 20th, 2015
Speaker: Robin Robinson, Naturalist, Photographer
Sebasco Harbor Resort, Main Deck Room
Business Meeting 6:30 PM – Speaker 7PM doors open at 6:15 – light refreshments and beverages will be provided.
Local Naturalist and Nature Photographer Robin R. Robinson will be our featured speaker this year for our annual meeting.
Robin will speak on the Flora and Fauna of the lower Kennebec region. Robin will speak, leading into a captivation slide presentation of photographs of local plants and animals, some of which are endangered, or threatened species; and then take audience questions.
A taste of Robin’s skill at nature photography, and what you might see at her talk; can be fount at: http://www.robinrobinsonmaine.com/
Robin’s writing and photography about Maine’s animals and plants is well known; her photos have graced Downeast Magazine’s e-zine edition, and appeared in The Portland Press Herald, Bangor Daily News, The Times Record, The Coastal Journal, and The Wolfmoon Journal. Robins nature Photography, most of which are taken here in Maine; have been selected three times for the prestigious Maine Photography Show. Robin’s blog (http://robins-chaos.blogspot.com) has been selected sixteen times as Editors Choice for the front page of Open Salon (http://salon.com/cover).
Doors open at 6:15. Arrive early as this is sure to be well attended.
Community Volunteer Opportunity – Stewardship Week
Monday, August 10 through Saturday, August 15.
Each year, the Phippsburg land Trust reaches out to the community for assistance with major trail improvement projects during Stewardship Week. The 21 miles of beautiful trail maintained by the Phippsburg Land Trust are in need of refreshed paint blazing, new bog bridging, clipping, clearing, and the installation of signs. These improvements will help make the trails more pleasant to walk and easier to navigate. We hope you can join us and lend your hands, feet and time to making these preserves the best they can be!
See the whole article and more info on our Volunteer page for all the details.
Registration is strongly recommended for Stewardship Week activities. Please contact the Stewardship Coordinator, Cheri Brunault at 442-8400 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up, and for further details. Visit www.phippsburglandtrust.org for updated info and directions to preserves.
Paying Our Share — Thanks to Member Support
The Phippsburg Land Trust makes an annual Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (usually called a PILOT) to the Town of Phippsburg for the lands we own.
We appreciate your support…so that we can show our support of our community.
The Land Trust is a volunteer organization. We rely on the volunteer help of interested members of our community like yourself! If you are willing to help please email Cheri Brunault at email@example.com . No experience is needed, check out our Volunteer page for more details, and to see our scheduled events!