LINCOLNVILLE — Join Coastal Mountains Land Trust and Maine Coast Heritage Trust for a tracking workshop on Friday, Feb. 24, from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m., at the Fernalds Neck Preserve, in Lincolnville.
This walk is being led by Maine Coast’s Heritage Trust’s steward, Kirk Gentalen, who has a knack guiding others in seeing who has been romping around the woods, what they were up to, and approximately when they wandered through. Gentalen will be sharing his tracking secrets with participants of all ages and free hot chocolate will be provided.
Registration is required for this event, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register and reserve your spot. Parking is limited, so please consider carpooling.
Directions to Fernalds Neck Preserve:
From Lincolnville Center, take route 52 south for 2 miles then turn right onto Fernalds Neck Road. Follow to its end, staying left at the fork. From Camden, take Route 52/Mountain Street north for 5.8 miles, turning left at Fernalds Neck Road. There is limited parking. Please respect roadside restrictions and drive slowly.
Registration: email email@example.com or call Coastal Mountains at 207-236-7091.
Coastal Mountains Land Trust has worked since 1986 to permanently conserve land to benefit the natural and human communities of the western Penobscot Bay. The Land Trust has protected over 12,000 acres, offering 50 miles of trails for public recreation.
Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) conserves and stewards Maine’s coastal lands and islands for their renowned scenic beauty, ecological value, outdoor recreational opportunities, and contribution to community well-being. MCHT provides statewide conservation leadership through its work with land trusts, coastal communities and other partners.
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