Volunteers at the Indian Point Preserve Clean Up on May 7
Thank you to all!

Weekly Trail Work Days Starting June 22!

We have hired a full-time, seasonal Maine Conservation Corps Environmental Steward to complete trail and preserve stewardship tasks, engage volunteers, and to lead a new weekly volunteer stewardship day. Our preserve and trail maintenance – stewardship work – is completely dependent upon volunteer support.  Over the past five years, we have increased our conserved lands by more than sixty percent and increased trail miles by fifty percent. While we enjoy a dedicated and energetic group of stewardship volunteers, now is the time to increase and diversify our volunteer base and ensure that we maintain high-quality trails for all.
Jake Manning, the new Environmental Steward, will provide a temporary boost as we maintain more trail than ever before, currently 25 miles, and as we prepare to hold the grand openings of three new preserves this summer!  Jake's first day with FBC will be June 6 and he will be with us through November.  If you happen upon this hard-working individual at a preserve this season, be sure to stop and say hello!
Please consider volunteering with us!  Spending a few hours working outside in the woods is guaranteed to leave you feeling refreshed and satisfied knowing you've contributed to maintaining and preserving a valuable community asset.  

Weekly volunteer workdays will take place on Wednesday mornings starting June 22
For more information on volunteering, contact or 422-2328.
No stewardship experience needed; all are welcome!
Volunteers at the Card Brook Clean Up on April 30
Thank you to all that participated and our co-host, the City of Ellsworth!


May 21 What's Hiding in the Woods? A Children's Program 
at Ellsworth Public Library

FBC will lead participants on a virtual walk through the woods focusing on all the life that a forest supports and about the importance of camouflage and why certain animals hide themselves in the woods. Program begins at 10:30 am. 

June 4 Branch Lake Clean Up
The City of Ellsworth and Frenchman Bay Conservancy are teaming up again to clean up the trails at Branch Lake Public Forest in celebration of National Trails Day. Breakfast treats will be available for all participants and gift cards to local businesses will be raffled.  Clean up begins at 9:00 am.  To sign up, contact Janna Newman at or 207-669-6615.

June 19 Bird & Plant Walk with Downeat Audubon at Corea Heath National Wildlife Refuge
Registration is required; participation limited to 15.  Sign up with Downeast Audubon at or 664-4400. Walk starts at 8:30 am.

June 22 Weekly Volunteer Trail Work Days Begin
Meet each Wednesday at the Tidal Falls Preserve parking lot.  No stewardship experience needed: all are welcome.  Wear sturdy shoes, bring work gloves and water. Tools provided.  Contact or 207-422-2328 for more information.

June 25 Taft Point Preserve Grand Opening
Join Frenchman Bay Conservancy for a group hike and celebration of a new preserve in Gouldsboro, Taft Point Preserve, donated by Jeremy Strater. Event begins at 10:00 am.

Frenchman Bay Conservancy
PO Box 150
71 Tidal Falls Road
Hancock, ME 04640

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