Saturday, September 16th @10am
Tannery Brook, Gorham

What kind of tree is that? Is that an invasive plant? We’ll answer these and other questions during our hike at Tannery Brook. Join our land trust, the Gorham Conservation Commission, and Gorham Adult Education as we learn about native and non-native plants found in Gorham. You’ll also see and learn the history of the old dam at Tannery Brook. Those that want to lend a helping hand can bring hand pruners to help widen the trails while we explore. Trails are easy to moderate on this walk which will be roughly 1.5 miles long. Open to all ages. The event is free and an RSVP is required. Click here to RSVP.

Annual Meeting and Celebration
Sunday, September 17th @5pm
Randall Orchards, Standish

We hope you will join us for our annual meeting and celebration at Randall Orchards. Come early to pick apples and enjoy the sweeping views of this beautiful 500-acre forever conserved farm and forest at Randall Orchards. The social time will begin at 5pm and the meeting will begin at 5:45pm. We will have slideshow highlights from the past year, share priorities for the coming year, and have member votes. Please join us to enjoy some homemade pie, cider from the orchard, and great company. The event is free and an RSVP is required. Click here to RSVP.