Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust is one of 25 land trusts nationwide to be awarded first-time accreditation in August from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance. “We are thrilled to be recognized for our commitment to conserving amazing local places for people and wildlife,” said GPMCT Executive Director Cheri Domina. […]
The Wildlands Adopt-a-Path program has two more trails available! If you or your group would like to maintain the Dead River Picnic Path or Baker Brook campsite path for the summer, contact Steward Brian Keegstra, firstname.lastname@example.org or 207 812-2044 for the details.
Check out our Gallery for a peek at the 2013 Outdoor Photo Contest winners and runners-up! Congrats all! Photos will appear in GPMCT’s 2015 calendar, on sale this summer! Want your photo to appear in the 2016 calendar, and be eligible for prize drawings? Our theme for this year’s entries is ON THE WATER - take photos of your most […]
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