Bangor Land Trust is doing it part to help our community stay safe and healthy amidst COVID-19. Social distancing is crucial to flattening the transmission curve. All in-person programs will be canceled throughout the spring, but our Preserves are open and are a great place to get fresh air and enjoy the pleasure of spring while still practicing distancing. This website has downloadable map. We can use the internet to keep in touch and share the unfolding of spring. Please take photos and send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post them to our Facebook page.
Check out this link for outdoor learning ideas. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Oj5KDvh4FGd-dftxe0koJmEgzuxPWklYixOWE-wqbcU/edit
Please save September 13 as we will definitely have Pedal the Penobscot. We are working to design a plan that will keep us all healthy! Your suggestions are welcome. Please email us at email@example.com.
Stay tuned for more suggestions, and if you are not a member, please join and you will receive our newsletter and be on our email list.
City Nature Challenge activities
Stay tuned for further information
About those bugs…
Accompany the Maine Entomological Society as they visit Walden-Parke.
More details later.
News of the Bangor Land Trust office
We're delighted to have Patty Brochu to mastermind the BLT office. She is likely to be doing it from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, so please call 942-1010 to leave a message or get the number to call her directly. I can usually be reached at 947-0637 and will return calls if you leave a message. You can also email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lucy Quimby, BLT President
The office is located at 9 Central Street, Suite 201 in downtown Bangor.
Mailing address is:
PO Box 288
Bangor, Maine 04402
Kestrel boxes that UMaine Construction Engineering students built in 2018 are being installed on our preserves. Cason Snow has taken on the project and installed the first one at West Penjajawoc Grasslands June 1st. Thank you Cason!
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