Welcome to Bangor Land Trust
Bangor Land Trust is a local non-profit organization that currently owns and conserves over 800 acres of land with public access in the Bangor area. Our mission is to protect for public benefit land and water in the Bangor region that have special ecological, natural, scenic, agricultural, or recreational significance; and increase public understanding of the value of land and water conservation. Founded in 2001, BLT is supported by members and fundraising events.
In addition to our annual Pedal the Penobscot Road Ride, Bangor Land Trust hosts monthly community events on its preserves including a variety of nature walks and talks that are fun for the whole family.
Check our Calendar of Events on a regular basis as fluctuations occur. Sometimes events get added without too much lead time, due to peak timing for spotlight species (for example, Lady's Slippers blooming and Woodcock flying).
You'll find member photos and Bangor area wildlife information in the The More You Know section of our site.
April 4, 9-1130 am, Nature's Notebook Training, 8 Harlow St 4B
April 18, evening, Woodcock Aerial Display
May 23, afternoon, Vernal Pool Exploration
Exact times and locations are still to be determined.
Dates to come for these in the works:
Early June - In Search of the Elusive Lady's Slipper
June - Evening Bird Watching and Frog Calls
Is there something you'd like to learn about? Email here.
Look for us at:
Orono Great Maine Bike Swap
Hosted by the Bicycle Coalition of Maine
April 12, 2015 - 10 am to 1 pm
UMaine New Balance Recreation Center
22 Hilltop Road, University of Maine campus
Learn about a citizen science project and how YOU can help, the good news of Bangor Land Trust’s accreditation, and how other animals deal with frigid winters. It’s all in the Spring issue of Bangor Land Trust News.
Become a member!
- About Us
- Read about Preserves >
- Walden-Parke Preserve
- Northeast Penajawoc trail map
- Bangor City Forest
- Brown Woods
- Essex Woods
- Fields Pond Nature Center
- Hirundo Wildlife Refuge
- Kenduskeag Stream
- Mount Hope Cemetery
- Orono Trails & Public Open Spaces
- Prentiss Woods
- Sunkhaze National Wildlife Refuge
- The Corridor
- University of Maine
- Orono Bog Boardwalk
- Area Maps >
- News & Events
- Links & Resources
- Bangor's Nature Journal