Events & Reminders

Stewardship Education Alliance (S.E.A) Fair 2022

Date: June 3, 2022
Time: 1:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Location: Camden Public Library Amphitheatre
Contact: info@StewardshipEducationAlliance.org

Save the Date! More information to follow. Join us for an exhibition featuring several conservation organizations working state wide

Managing your Woodlot with Wildlife in Mind

Date: May 7, 2022
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Beauregard Woodlands, Old Stagecoach Road, Old Town, ME
Contact: Larry Beauregard, ljbeauregard@myfairpoint.net (207) 989 -6158 or Charles Hulsey charles.hulsey@maine.gov (207) 592-6255

Learn about silviculture practices that help to promote diversity of flora and fauna on your woodlot.

Several topics will be discussed including:

-Standing dead trees -Course woody debris -Pollinator habitat -Forest openings -Managing mast trees

Forestry Wildlife Workshop: Applying NRCS Practices

Date: April 21, 2022
Time: 1:00 AM - 4:30 AM
Location: Great Pond Mountain Trust, North gate. Orland
Contact: https://hancockcountyswcd.org/product/spring-2022-forestry-and-wildlife-management-workshop/

We will visit several sites where GPMCT has worked with NRCS on forest practices that improve forest stands and enhance wildlife habitat. Attendees will travel along the five-mile Valley Rd, stopping at various sites and start at the North Gate on Bald Mountain Rd., Orland.

FCCI Field Tour: How will climate change impact mixed hardwood forests in Maine?

Date: April 29, 2021
Time: 9:30 AM - 1:30 AM
Location: Rangeley
Contact: https://umaine.edu/cfru/event/fcci-field-tour-how-will-climate-change-impact-mixed-hardwood-forests-in-maine/

Background

Building on the success of our 2020 Science and Practice Forum and 2020-2021 Science & Practice Webinar Series, FCCI and FSG are pleased to announce our follow up series that will address climate change impacts on the different forest types found in Maine through a combination of 1-hour webinars paired with half day field tours. The webinars will provide an overview of the topics and issues faced at each site: including those related to the intersection of climate adaptation and site-specific biodiversity. Webinars will include time for Q&A and to showcase field tour specifics. The field tours will examine climate impacts and management at each site, lunch is included with registration (fee for each tour: $20). Webinar registration is free. Registration for webinars & tours Session 4 Field Tour: Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust (Mixed Hardwood)

Hosted by Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust personnel Field Tour: Apr. 29th, 2022 9:30AM - 1:30PM Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust has conserved 14,000 acres of land including 50 miles of lake and river frontage, 15 islands and the majestic 2,443 foot Bald Mountain, all in the Rangeley Lakes Region. This diverse yet ecologically distinct region encompasses many different landowners, which have worked directly with Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust. More information is available here.