Kittery Land Trust

Saving land, building community.


Forget shopping. Get outside, breathe some fresh air and burn off some of that turkey. We’re offering three hikes throughout the day. All of them will feature guest naturalists from White Pine Program. Remick Preserve 9:00-10:30amBrave Boat Headwaters 11:00am-12:30Norton Preserve (2:00- 3:30) Due to limited parking we will meet at Brave Boat Headwaters and carpool For more information please email –...

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Forest community ecology: Implications for forest conservation. UNH Professor, Tom Lee. Ecological principles, especially those involving forest stand development and succession, provide a foundation for managing conserved forest land. Forests, however, can be managed sustainably in different ways and the approaches taken depend on the outcomes desired by owners and managers. Stewardship of conserved forest land must also consider...

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Instead of shopping ‘til you drop at the malls or Big Box stores the day after Thanksgiving consider taking a  naturalist led hike on a KLT Preserve instead.  Explore your favorite KLT Public place or one you seldom visit.  We’ll be hosting family friendly hikes on 3 of our 4 Public Places (Brave Boat Headwaters, Norton & Remick) Check back for...

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Coming January 12th to the STAR Theatre is the 2nd Seacoast Environmental Film Festival. Following a wildly successful inaugural year, the day promises to be a full of enriching and inspiring films and and engaging follow-up discussions about critical local and global environmental issues. Mark your calendar and come for one film or see them all. Film selection and sponsorship opportunities coming...

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Join us on December 2 @ the STAR Theatre for the 1st Seacoast Environmental Film Festival. This promises to be a full day of enriching and inspiring films and and follow-up discussions about critical local and global environmental issues. Come for one film or see them all. Hosted by Kittery Land Trust in conjunction with our close partners; the Mt. Agamenticus to the Sea Conservation Initiative (MtA2C), Gateway to Maine:...

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