Sanford Community Forest – Help Us Reach the Finish Line!

Please read about all the details of this 550-acre project that’s less than three miles from the center of downtown Sanford. We hope you will share in our excitement about this project, and help us raise the money we will need to make the Sanford Community Forest a success! Ready to make a donation to this exciting project? Click here to reach our online donation page. Join us for a walk Sunday, July 11, 10 AM.

Farm Breakfast and Paint the Working Landscape

We are excited to announce that the ever-popular Springvale Farm Walk will take place this year on Open Farm Day (Sunday, July 25), along with the land trust’s Farm Breakfast. We are also holding a new event this year – “Paint the Working Landscape” – in which local artists will have the opportunity to paint scenes from some of our local farms and then auction their work to help support the Sanford Community Forest project. Follow the link for the details on all of these events. We look forward to seeing you there!

Goat Hill Trail Update

photo of the wide trail at Goat Hill in Acton

Work at the Goat Hill Trail is underway. We are keeping the trail open, but please be respectful of equipment and stay safe. Questions? Please email our development director Ruth Gutman at ruth@3rlt.org or call her at (207) 370-4191. Thank you!

Farm Breakfast Recipe Booklet – On Sale Now!

NewBUY NOW! Our Farm Breakfast Recipe Booklet is ready to ship! Please read more about the booklet and order online here. You’ll find recipes from the Farm Breakfast and more, all of which highlight local produce and products. Right now this booklet can be purchased online.

Thank You to Our Business Sponsors!

Genest Concrete, Partners Bank, and ReVision Energy helped make the recipe booklet and $2 summer coupon offer possible. The coupon redemption ended October 31st. Thank you to everyone who helped support our local farms!

Membership Renewal: Please renew your membership today – we greatly appreciate your support!

Spring 2021 Horizons is in the mail. The online edition will be available soon. If you are interested in back issues of the newsletter, you can find them here.