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Monday, April 22, 2019
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Midcoast Conservancy and Trail Monster Running will host a fun, casual six-week trail training series on Wednesdays from April 24 to May 29 at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson. Runners of all levels and ages can start their ...
  • University of Maine Cooper- ative Extension is now accepting tick samples for tick-borne disease testing. Maine residents can have ticks tested for the pathogens that cause the three most common tick-borne diseases — Lyme disease ...
  • On Friday, April 26, from 6 to 8 p.m., Thomaston Public Library will host a star-viewing party, free and open to all, with special guests Ron Thompson of Southern Maine Astronomers Club and Sarah Post from Cornerstones of Science....
  • Waldo County Trails Coalition is looking for indivi- duals to steward sections of the 46-mile Hills to Sea Trail. The trail extends from Belfast to Unity, and trail sections range in length from a half-mile to more than four miles. The task ...
  • In honor of Earth Day 2019, Coastal Senior College Events Committee will show “Monumental: David Brower’s Fight for Wild America” in the Porter Room of Skidompha Public Library in Damariscotta on Tuesday, April 23, from ...
  • On Wednesday, April 17, at 6 p.m., Patrick DiLalla will be at The Apprenticeshop, 655 Main Street in Rockland, speaking about wooden work boats of the Atlantic. DiLalla, who has made three trips around the Atlantic trade loop ...
  • In order to ensure that HVNC is welcoming to all who go there, dog owners are asked to keep dogs leashed on the major trails and have leashes with them at all times on hikes deeper into the woods
  • Midcoast Conservancy will present a one-and-a-half-day chainsaw safety course designed for beginners on Saturday and Sunday, April 27 and 28, at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson. Most participants have little or no ...
  • Boaters are encouraged to take a course if they have never taken one before, or to take one as a refresher to prepare for the season ahead
  • Local and national environmental and earth-centered organizations are invited to join Rockland Public Library, Great Old Broads for Wilderness, The Audubon Society, Friends of Maine Coastal Islands NWR, Sierra Club Maine, Georges River Land Trust, and the Midcoast Conservancy at an educational and celebratory fair that will take place on Earth Day, Monday, April 22
  • The spring rowing season begins April 22, and in addition to the regular junior competitive rowing team, Megunticook Rowing is offering a non-competitive class, the junior club team, which is open to ages 12 through high school
  • Every five years, Maine submits a SCORP plan to the National Park Service to meet planning requirements for the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). Since its inception in 1966, LWCF has injected $43 million into non-federal projects in Maine
  • So far this season there have been seven snowmobile fatalities in Maine
  • It was a record year for the 29th running of the U.S. National Toboggan Championships, held over the weekend of February 8 to 10, as thousands of spectators joined a sold-out roster of racing teams at the Camden Snow Bowl
  • Each year, the Maine Windjammer Association invites its passengers and shutterbugs to submit photos for its annual photo contest
  • There are books that change the way you see things. Nicholson Baker’s “The Mezzanine” brought a quirky new perspective to shoelaces. John McPhee’s “Annals of the Former World” forever altered my view of highways cut through cliffs . . .
  • The Trek Across Maine is the largest fundraiser for the American Lung Association and has raised more than $24 million in the past 30-plus years
  • Bens Island, “Gem” Off Dutch Neck, Is Acquired by Land Trust
    Medomak Valley Land Trust (MVLT) recently completed its campaign to purchase and conserve Bens Island, in the Eastern Branch of the Medomak River. MVLT will host a community meeting on Dutch Neck later this . . .
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