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The Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust (BTLT) was founded in 1985 to conserve the remarkable diversity of the natural heritage of Brunswick, Topsham and Bowdoin. With the conservation of 1,900 acres of natural areas BTLT is actively pursuing its mission to "preserve, protect and steward the cherished landscapes and rich natural resources of our communities, to provide access for recreation, and to support local agriculture and other traditional land uses, now and for generations to come."
We enter our second generation of work with a solid foundation and also a keen awareness that there is still much to do to advance our important work. We seek to connect the key parcels we have already protected in order to create "whole" landscapes. We envision substantial agricultural districts and protected river corridors. While the current recession has substantially reduced the pressure to develop open lands, we also have more potential to make great strides in conservation in our area. With broad support, BTLT will work tirelessly to realize that potential.
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|May 25, 2013 -||Thorne Head, Bath (KELT) Bird Watch||for more info...|
|June 1, 2013 -||Skolfield Shores Preserve, Harpswell (HHLT) Bird Watch||for more info...|
|June 1, 2013 -||Taking Root Plant Sale||for more info...|
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