We’re hiring! In 2019 we hope to welcome our first part time executive director to the fold. Here’s the job posting. We hope you’ll help us spread the word.
Our year end appeal is on its way to you – time to renew your support for Three Rivers Land Trust! This December we are also asking you to help us add the new Goat Hill trail to the “can do” list for all our community members! Click here to learn more about why a trail that meets the American with Disabilities Act standards is important to people right here in our towns.
Saturday, February 9th – Join Three Rivers Land Trust for sledding and a get together at “The Globe” hill in Alfred at our office at 235 Swetts Bridge Road. Time to be determined, but we plan to sled and then warm up with a potluck lunch. We look forward to seeing you!
About Us: Three Rivers Land Trust was founded in 2000 by a small group of citizens concerned about the sale of thousands of acres in the area that were subsequently developed into house lots. Acres and acres of prime farmland and working forests were lost to our communities forever. In order to prevent something like this from happening again, the land trust was begun, and since then Three Rivers has conserved around 2,210 acres of public and private land, and now owns an additional 469 acres. Learn more about us here. We hold our board meetings on the second Wednesday of each month, 6 PM, at our office in Alfred on the corner of Kennebunk and Swetts Bridge Road. Members are welcome to attend.
Click here for more info on our “Goat Hill to Shapleigh Pond” conservation project. This rare opportunity to conserve 2,000 acres in Southern Maine began with the Romac Orchard and Goat Hill parcel. We’re now fundraising for Hansen Pond, a spectacular 275 acre parcel in Acton, that borders Shapleigh, and will protect over 100 acres of wetlands and Ossipee River frontage. Standing upon the shores of Shapleigh Pond, it is hard to believe that you are in Southern Maine. Please join our e-news list or like us on Facebook to receive invitations to walk the property and paddle the pond this summer.
Construction of the new trail to the top of Goat Hill is well underway. You will find a new 10-spot parking area about .25 miles north of the entrance to the Romac Orchard on H Road. Three Rivers is currently fundraising to complete the ADA compliant trail – more excavation work and plenty of stone dust are needed to complete the gently winding trail to the top. Everyone in our community should be able to enjoy the breathtaking views from the top!
To make a donation for Hansen Pond or the Goat Hill trail, please contact Ruth Gutman at “email@example.com” or by phone at (207) 370-4191.
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