Upcoming Events


November 15, 2018
  • Stewardship Workday - Remick

    November 15, 2018  9:00 am - 11:00 am

    Bi-monthly Stewardship workday. All are welcome. Please come prepared to learn more about ecology and biodiversity and get physical removing invasive plant species.

    Restoring habitat for plants and animals is one of the most important tasks people can do for the land trust. Volunteers have been working on the Remick Preserve for the last few years. We've cut lots Buckthorn, Barberry & Bittersweet vines, but there is much still to do. Work as much or as little are you want. During the work session you will learn how to identify many native plants and shrubs along with the invasive species that we will be eliminating. This knowledge then can be used on your own property.

    Directions to the Remick Preserve: take Route 236 to Martin Road (traffic light after crossing 95). Take a left and then your immediate right onto Fernald Road. Near the end of Fernald Road is a fire hydrant and steps leading unto the Preserve. Parking is along the road.

    Bring the tools of your choice such as hand saws, loppers, hand pruners or an axe, and bug spray. We have some extra hand saws and pruners if you don't have tools.

    Email or call Steve Ostrow at ostrowsv2@gmail.com or 207-439-2374 with any questions

November 23, 2018
  • Black Friday Hikes

    November 23, 2018

    Multiple locations

    Resist the urge to shop 'til you drop and get some fresh air and exercise instead.

    KLT will be hosting naturalist led hikes on 3 of its 4 Public Access properties: Remick, Norton & BraveBoat Headwaters.

    Time TBD - check back!

December 1, 2018
  • Stewardship Workday- BBH

    December 1, 2018  9:00 am - 11:00 am

    Brave Boat Headwaters, 31130_69-6, Kittery Point, ME 03905, USA

    Description:Bi-monthly Stewardship workday. All are welcome. Please come prepared to learn more about ecology and biodiversity and get physical removing invasive plant species.

    Restoring habitat for plants and animals is one of the most important tasks people can do for the land trust. Volunteers have been working on the BBH property for the last few years. We've cut lots of invasive Buckthorn and Bittersweet vines, but there is much still to do. Work as much or as little are you want. During the work session you will learn how to identify many shrubs and trees along with the invasive species that we will be eliminating. This knowledge then can be used on your own property.

    Directions to BBH: Head north on Rt 103 almost to the York town line. Property is on the left. Park in our parking lot.

    Bring the tools of your choice such as hand saws, loppers, hand pruners or an axe, and bug spray. We have some extra hand saws and pruners if you don't have tools.

    Email or call Steve Ostrow at ostrowsv2@gmail.com or 207-439-2374 with any questions

December 3, 2018
  • Stewardship Commitee Monthly Meeting

    December 3, 2018  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Rd, Kittery, ME 03904, USA

    Monthly Stewardship Committee meeting. The public is invited to join us for the first hour (5:00-6:00) where we invite speakers or other volunteers to share general information. Topics will include the history of specific KLT properties, forest ecology, what does it mean to perform an Annual monitoring of a property and why do we do it, how to use a smart phone to create a GPS track.

December 20, 2018
  • Stewardship Workday- Norton Preserve

    December 20, 2018  9:00 am - 11:00 am

    Norton Preserve

    Bi-monthly Stewardship workday. All are welcome. Please come prepared to learn more about ecology and biodiversity and get physical removing invasive plant species.

    Restoring habitat for plants and animals is one of the most important tasks people can do for the land trust. Volunteers have been working on the Norton Preserve for the last few years. We've cut lots of invasive Buckthorn and Bittersweet vines, but there is much still to do. Work as much or as little are you want. During the work session you will learn how to identify many shrubs and trees along with the invasive species that we will be eliminating. This knowledge then can be used on your own property.

    Directions to the Norton Preserve: drive to the end of Norton Road, turn around and then park away from the driveways along the road. Access to the Preserve is across private land on foot..

    Bring the tools of your choice such as hand saws, loppers, hand pruners or an axe, and bug spray. We have some extra hand saws and pruners if you don't have tools.

    Email or call Steve Ostrow at ostrowsv2@gmail.com or 207-439-2374 with any questions

January 7, 2019
  • Stewardship Commitee Monthly Meeting

    January 7, 2019  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Rd, Kittery, ME 03904, USA

    Monthly Stewardship Committee meeting. The public is invited to join us for the first hour (5:00-6:00) where we invite speakers or other volunteers to share general information. Topics will include the history of specific KLT properties, forest ecology, what does it mean to perform an Annual monitoring of a property and why do we do it, how to use a smart phone to create a GPS track.

January 21, 2019
February 4, 2019
  • Stewardship Commitee Monthly Meeting

    February 4, 2019  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Rd, Kittery, ME 03904, USA

    Monthly Stewardship Committee meeting. The public is invited to join us for the first hour (5:00-6:00) where we invite speakers or other volunteers to share general information. Topics will include the history of specific KLT properties, forest ecology, what does it mean to perform an Annual monitoring of a property and why do we do it, how to use a smart phone to create a GPS track.

March 4, 2019
  • Stewardship Commitee Monthly Meeting

    March 4, 2019  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Rd, Kittery, ME 03904, USA

    Monthly Stewardship Committee meeting. The public is invited to join us for the first hour (5:00-6:00) where we invite speakers or other volunteers to share general information. Topics will include the history of specific KLT properties, forest ecology, what does it mean to perform an Annual monitoring of a property and why do we do it, how to use a smart phone to create a GPS track.

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