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Love the Weskeag? Volunteer Training

Thursday, June 2, 2 – 5 pm at Rockland City Hall: Love the Weskeag? Join the volunteers who will be taking training to learn how to collect baseline data from June to September in this amazing marshland. Monitoring requires an hour on specific sampling dates, probably every other week
from June to September. For more information, contact Annette Naegel at the Georges River Land Trust, annette@grlt.org. …

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Volunteer Monitoring of Weskeag

Wednesday, March 18, 2 pm, at Wessaweskeag HIstorical Society in So. Thomaston Library building across from the Keag Store, Volunteer Monitoring of Weskeag: You can still volunteer! Be part of data collection for Weskeag marsh as part of the Maine DEPwater quality program. This organizational meeting will discuss monitoring schedule for June – August and June – September. Vivan Newman is willing to be data manager. Annette Naegel is helping to organize. Expectations are for 2 groups, each group to do 4 – 5 sites each, with 10 minutes on site. Just go to the Meeting or be in touch with Vivian Newman for more information, newviv@roadrunner.com. …

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Bridging Two Rivers South Thomaston Maine

Wednesday, January 22 at 6:30 pm in the South Thomaston Town Office on Rte. 73: “Bridging Two Rivers” provides video of the vibrant Weskeag Marsh and River that flows into the Georges River, and presents current efforts to ensure conservation of this habitat treasure. Annette Naegel of the Georges River LT will lead the discussion. More info: Vivian Newman of the Friends of the Weskeag, 207-691-2120.…

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“Bridging Two Rivers: Linking the St. George and the Weskeag through Land Conservation”

Thursday, March 21 at 7 pm at Town Office: Winter Series – Think the Weskeag and Georges River are separate? The bird’s eye view shows a network of river, streams, marshes, and fields. Gail Presley will talk about how to keep the network functioning for both wildlife and human activities. Gail, Exec. Director of the Georges River Land Trust, brings her extensive background in land use planning involving balancing habitat and human needs. “Bridging Two Rivers: Linking the St. George and the Weskeag through Land Conservation” is the last of the 2013 Series sponsored by the Conservation Commission and the Friends of St. George. …

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Winter Series concludes with focus on Weskeag & Georges River

Thursday, Mar. 21 at 7 pm at the Town Office: The Georges River and the Weskeag River are divided by rolling land, woods, marshes and streams. But they are united by years of traditional agriculture, clamming, and shorebird habitat. Gail Presley, Executive Director of the Georges River Land Trust, will explore the the role of conservation in “Bridging Two Rivers: Linking the St. George and Weskeag through Land Conservation.” Refreshments provided. …

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