Guided Walks, Talks, Meetings and Events… read more
Trail maps for the GLLT properties are available here: Trail Maps
♦♦ Paid Summer Internships 2017 ♦♦
A great paid opportunity to work in the outdoors caring for recreation and forestlands, and teaching and learning in our popular Environmental Education Program… read more
Cozy, off-the-grid Whitney Pond Vacation—Stoneham, Maine
Located in a peaceful and remote setting on 64 acres of conservation land surrounding Whitney Pond in Stoneham Maine. Affordable, especially for large or multi-family vacations.
Information or reservations: click here.
In 2006, the Congress and the President passed special federal tax incentives to encourage landowners to voluntarily donate conservation easements on their special properties. In 2015, the Congress and the President made these special incentives permanent. For more information click here: Conservation Easement Tax Incentives. This Act also made permanent the IRA Charitable Rollover which can greatly enhance for those 70 and 1/2 and older to support our work. For more information on how you might take advantage of this option click here: IRA Rollover Gifts Reinstated
- New Easement on West Lovell Road—A century of family connection to the landscape.
- Notes from the Desk of Tom Henderson, Executive Director
- President’s Message from Rob Upton
- Marion Rodgerson Scholarship — 2017 recipient Hannah Howard
- Hikes and outings schedule
- Lands for Maine’s Future — 40th anniversary
- Sanctuaries — protecting land and water for generations to come
- News from the Kezar Lake Watershed Association
- Summer Recreation program — day camp outings on the GLLT properties
A story about an 8-year-old girl growing up in the natural world that both consoles her and teaches her valued life lessons. Share your love of time spent in nature in beautiful western Maine, while supporting the mission of the GLLT. Just in time for gift giving this holiday season. The GLLT will receive 100% of the book sales. To order: Owl Girl
The Homestead Trail is a 0.7 mile trail designed for accessibility by persons utilizing adaptive equipment and for families to enjoy together in a beautiful natural setting. The trail winds through a diverse forest, arriving at a picnic table in a forested glade at the base of Amos Mountain. The Homestead Trail name refers to the cultural features that can be viewed along the way, notably two stone foundations and a handsome stone wall, now deep in the forest, that once defined homestead pastures. Beginning at the Gallie Trailhead at the Heald and Bradley Pond Reserve, the trail is identified in blue on the trail map: Heald and Bradley Ponds Reserve
Membership runs from May 1-April 30. Renewals are requested each May and members are invited to contribute to our Annual Appeal in November for year-end giving.
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