Throughout the year, we offer opportunities to explore the coastal mountains landscape with natural historians and others, and to discuss and learn about conservation issues important to our region. For updates on events listed below, please also check local newspapers and villagesoup.com. All our events are open to the public and, unless otherwise noted, free of charge. For those events indicating group size limitations, advance registration is necessary. To register for such events, or for more information on any event, please contact us.
* Indicates a child-friendly event. Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
For additional outings and events coordinated by us, please continue to revisit this page and check our Facebook page.
Also, we frequently participate in outings and events coordinated by the Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition. Please find their calendar here.
- Monthly Natural History Walks, co-sponsored by the Camden Conservation Commission. Join naturalists each month on an exploration of a natural place in our community.
- Midcoast Greendrinks We are a participating sponsor of this monthly, environmentally-focused networking event, along with Georges River Land Trust and Medomak Valley Land Trust. Where is it happening this month? Find out here.
What are we up to next?
2016 Events and Volunteer Calendar
A Co-Sponsored Event with the Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition
Saturday, February 13th, 10:00am - 1:00pm
Ski/snowshoe at our Meadow Brook - Hurds Pond Preserve in Swanville.
Meet at the trailhead next to mailbox #399 Oak Hill Road. Bring water,
lunch, and warm layers!
- Winter Outing
Saturday, February 20th at 9:30am, Bald & Ragged Mountains
Beat those winter doldrums and join excursion leader and Land Trust
Board Member Brad Hennemuth for a lively winter outing (with snowshoes
if appropriate!). Meet at the westernmost corner of the main parking area
at the Camden Snow Bowl, at the Trailhead Kiosk. Call the Land Trust at
207-236-7091 for more information.
Interested in learning about birds, trees, flowers, insects, animal tracks and other areas of natural history? Coastal Mountains Land Trust will co-host monthly natural history walks with the Camden Conservation Commission.
Walks take place on the first Saturday or Sunday of each month. Registration is not necessary - simply show up and see what you can learn! Stay tuned for date and location details.