Learn about St. George River ecosystem with Naturalist Linda Littlefield Grenfell

Part two of Stewarding our Watersheds: A Precious Gift summer series

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WARREN – Linda Littlefield Grenfell, Environmental Educator and Maine Master Naturalist, will present Exploring an Ecosystem, Saturday, July 15 at 10 a.m. on the St. George River at Payson Park. The park is located on Route 90 in Warren next to Lincoln’s Country Store. 

She will describe watershed ecosystems and estuaries using an interactive watershed model, sample the water at the St. George River’s head of tide, and lead a short walk on the historic Georges River Canal trail. 

This is the second of four presentations in a summer series ‘Stewarding Our Watersheds: A Precious Gift,’ hosted by Nativity Lutheran Church.

The event is free, and all are invited to bring their questions and come explore our watersheds together.  Carpooling is encouraged, and refreshments will be provided. Bring a folding chair or blanket for sitting.

Participants may opt to bring their own picnic or boat and enjoy the park and river following the presentation.  In the event of heavy rain, the presentation will move to Nativity Lutheran Church, 179 Old County Road, Rockport.  

For more information, including details for presentations in August and September, go to www.nativityrockport.org/stewarding-our-watersheds or contact Elaine Isakson at (207)691-6551 or elaine.isakson@yahoo.com.

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Sat, 07/15/2023 - 10:00am