Our Fall 2023 newsletter is now available, featuring articles on completed projects, a new interpretive trail coming soon, invasive management, staff retirement, and much more!
Orono Land Trust is pleased to present the latest version of our newsletter. The Late Spring 2023 Newsletter is now available to download and read.
The Orono Land Trust is sharing out some early updates ahead of our typical newsletter in our Winter 2023 Newsletter. We have updates about the 2023 Caribou Bog Ski Races (Sundays February 5th and 11th), our next annual meeting, and updates from our new trail cams, and more. Note: the newsletter says “Sunday February 12th”
The Orono Land Trust Summer 2022 newsletter is now available!
Spring 2020 Newsletter has been published and sent to members. Please note that, in an abundance of caution, we have canceled the 2020 Annual Meeting, which had been scheduled for Friday, March 27. We’ll look for an opportunity to reschedule our esteemed speaker, Master Naturalist and Maine Guide Christy Stout, whose topic “Beaver: Ecosystem Engineers,” is sure
Land Trust News. Stories highlight: OLT crew finishes new facility Invasive scourge: The Emerald Ash Borer is found in Maine Spring trail work at Piney Knoll & Proposed Summer 2018 Work Plan – Volunteers needed! New OLT 2018 Board members Thank you to Black Bear Brewery! Nature Clip – The Gray Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) —
Volume 115, Summer 2017 Contents: The newest edition of the Orono Land Trust Newsletter is attached with something of interest to everyone caring about conservation of land for public access in the Orono area (including Veazie, Old Town, and Bangor). Stories address trail improvements across OLT properties and especially the Caribou Bog Conservation Area (CBCA),