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Baker Hill Preserve in April

Dear Frenchman Bay Conservancy supporter,

I am pleased to report that we have held two successful trail stewardship work days this spring in the Ellsworth area! Eight volunteers worked on clearing the trails at Indian Point on May 16 along with additional chainsaw operators cutting blown down trees a few days ahead of time.  On Saturday, June 6, a volunteer work crew of 24 volunteers cleared the Ellsworth Branch Lake Public Forest trails.  In just three hours, this enthusiastic and energetic group tackled over 60 blown down trees!  We can’t thank these great volunteers enough for the fantastic job they did.  If you're in the area, we encourage you to enjoy the newly cleared trails and beautiful surroundings that both Indian Point and Branch Lake Public Forest have to offer!

 

Upcoming Events

June 13 (this Saturday!) Bird Walk at Corea Heath
7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Meet at the preserve parking lot.
Join us for a bird walk led by expert, Terry Towne.  Bring binoculars, bird books, and water.  Wear trail shoes and bug repellant; expect wet trail conditions.  Please register at 207-422-2328 or eileen@frenchmanbay.org
Directions to Corea Heath Preserve can be found here.

Check our website and facebook pages for updates and additional details closer to the work day dates.

 

Sincerely,
Eileen Bader
Community Outreach Coordinator

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Frenchman Bay Conservancy
PO Box 150
Hancock, ME 04640
207.422.2328

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