Annual Meeting – 2018 – Wellness

  • November 11, 2018
    4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

2018 Annual Meeting

featuring Pete Didisheim, NRCM Advocacy Director, on

“The 2018 Elections and the Future of

Conservation in Maine”

Gather with your fellow Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust members to celebrate the year’s successes at Frontier Café. There will be tasty snacks, a cash bar, and plenty of good company. This is your chance to hear what we accomplished this year with your support, vote for new and returning Board members, and see the unveiling of our new online Wellness Resource. In addition, we welcome Pete Didisheim, advocacy director for the Natural Resources Council of Maine, to consider what fall election results will mean for conservation in Maine.

2018 Elections and the Future of Maine’s Environment

How will the 2018 elections affect Maine’s environment, including land conservation? Please join us for an analysis of the election results by Pete Didisheim, Advocacy Director for the Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM).  Leading NRCM’s advocacy program for more than two decades, Pete (a Brunswick resident) is one of the state’s most seasoned environmental policy experts. In this presentation, timed just days after the November 6 elections, Pete will break down the state and national election results and share his best thinking on what it all means for renewable energy, climate action, land conservation, and other critical environmental issues.  This is certain to be an interesting and engaging program, with lots of opportunity for questions and discussion.

2018 Agenda

Join us for these events at BTLT properties before the meeting at Frontier!

10:00am

Walk and Ride at Neptune Woods

11:00am

Chase Reserve Walk

12:00pm

Topsham River Trail Walk

1:00pm

Woodward Cove Walk

 

At Frontier Café

4:00pm

Social with snacks and cash bar

View our new Wellness Resource

4:30pm

Welcome

2018 Accomplishments & 2019 Goals

Treasurer’s Report

Vote on Returning and New Board Members

Leadership Changes

5:00pm

“The 2018 Elections and the Future of Conservation in Maine”

Presentation and Q&A with Pete Didisheim