November 11, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Join us for a trail walk at Woodward Cove before the Annual Meeting. The new lollipop shaped trail was built over the summer, providing gentle hills, views of the marsh, and numerous apple trees. In addition to the scenic trail, another trail on the property provides key access for wormers and clammers to some of Brunswick’s most productive mud flats. Come see the new additions for yourself!
Later, gather with fellow Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust members at Frontier Café to celebrate the year’s successes from 4 to 6 pm where 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.
Venue: Woodward Cove