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  • Waterlovers! Meet the St. George River Canoe Trail: A Zoom Talk by Meg Rasmussen

    Meg Rasmussen

    Waterlovers! Meet the St. George River Canoe Trail: A Zoom Talk by Meg RasmussenFor everyone interested in canoeing and kayaking, Meg Rasmussen, Executive Director of the Georges River Land Trust, will present a photographic excursion highlighting access points, rapids, portages, and historical points of interest featured in GRLT’s river trail map.

    The St. George River flows through rich farmland, still forests, and seven lakes on its 51-mile journey from Lake St. George to Muscungus Bay, and boasts amazing opportunities to see wildlife along the way. Tune in and plan your paddling adventures this summer!

    The Georges River Land Trusts’ mission is to conserve the ecosystems and traditional heritage of the Georges River watershed region through permanent land protection, stewardship, education, and outdoor experiences. GRLT is a network of conservation easements, trails, and preserves protecting more than 4,000 acres with 60+ miles of public trails.

    For a link to this Zoom event, please email elewis@rocklandmaine.gov.

    Date

    Mar 18 2021
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    Time

    6:30 pm

    Location

    Rockland Public Library ONLINE

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