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  • Land Trust Enters Public Phase of Historic $7 Million Conservation Effort   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Local Non-Profit Enlists Public Support in Historic Campaign to Build Community Land Trust Enters Public Phase of Historic $7 Million Conservation Effort The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust is seeking broad, new support to complete an ambitious capital campaign to conserve the remarkable diversity of the natural heritage of our midcoast communities.   Contact: Angela Twitchell, Executive Director, Brunswick-Topsham ...
  • Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust gifted hand crafted kayak to stir Mid Coast generosity during a $7 million campaign FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A Mid Coast Kayak Builds Community Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust gifted hand crafted kayak to stir Mid Coast generosity during a $7 million campaign Few kayaks generate this much attention and fewer yet do so much to build our community. The Navigator, a 17-foot long cedar strip kayak that is being raffled off this year, is ...
  • En plein air – Landscapes of a Land Trust Fine art abounds in Brunswick, Maine Three local artists featured in an open celebration and art exhibit: En plein air – Landscapes of a Land Trust Open to the public: A June 12th art exhibit and celebration highlights prized conserved lands in Brunswick as a joint venture between the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust and Thornton Oaks Art Gallery. Contact: ...
  • Local garden brings opportunities for therapy, food for the hungry, and an extended family at the historic Crystal Spring Farm. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Record harvest for hunger prevention in sights Local garden brings opportunities for therapy, food for the hungry, and an extended family at the historic Crystal Spring Farm. The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust’s Tom Settlemire Community Garden will provide one final preparatory workshop before opening what aims to be an important year in their work to build ...
  • Local farm and local food financing issues bring experts, Senator King staff member and local farmers to Topsham FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Financing is a battle for local food Local farm and local food financing issues bring experts, Senator King staff member and local farmers to Topsham The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust and nearby Kennebec Estuary Land Trust continue their joint Local Farms-Local Food partnership to build one of the Midcoast region’s top local agriculture programs. Contact: Peter Greeno, ...
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  • Gulf of Maine King Tides As the Earth’s climate changes in the coming decades, sea level rise is going to alter much of the coastline in our community. Join hundreds of neighbors on the midcoast and beyond next Thursday, October 9 to document how the King Tide  gives us a glimpse into the future of rising sea levels in the Gulf ...
  • The Maine Food Strategy The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust has been working for decades to support your local farm and food economy by protecting farmland and working waterfronts, establishing the Farmers’ Market at Crystal Spring Farm, creating the Tom Settlemire Community Garden, and co-developing the “Local Farms – Local Foods” program. As such, we support the goals of the Maine Food ...
  • Pictures from the Cathance River Exploration So many thanks to everyone that joined us last Saturday! We had a great time getting to know you. Many thanks to Rol and Jim for leading the paddle, and to Ellen Rodgers for the great pictures! Events like these are made possible by our members and the Land Trust’s Campaign for Brunswick-Topsham. Join today Our events email ...
  • Artwork by your Young Explorers! After a wonderful summer of adventuring, the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust’s Young Explorers spent some time drawing their most exciting finds and sites of the season. These drawings show hands full of blueberries, salamanders, and flowers, scenes of birds, trees, mushrooms, and summer of learning and fun. Check out their gallery below! Want to get your kids involved? Sign up ...
  • 2014 Bowdoin Environmental Fellow: Thank you Wilder! Sharing a quick video from Bowdoin College that features Wilder Nicholson, our 2014 Bowdoin Environmental Fellow who served as an intern here at the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust this summer. We’re so excited to show you some of the results of Wilder’s work including a new interactive trail map and a brand new video featuring our trails ...