Georges River Land Trust celebrates new nature preserves

Oct 30, 2019
Meadow Brook sits nestled between forests.

St George — Georges River Land Trust, in association with Maine Coast Heritage Trust and the St. George Conservation Commission, will celebrate the opening of two new preserves Sunday, Nov. 10, beginning at 1 p.m. at the Bamford Preserve at 105 Long Cove Rd., St. George. Admission is free, and all are invited to attend.

Participants should meet at 1 p.m. in the Bamford Preserve parking area where guests will proceed to walk the new trail down to the shore for an apple cider toast and some treats. The trail is an easy 0.3 miles long and suitable for all ages.

After the Bamford Preserve walk, guests will be celebrating the opening of the new Meadow Brook Preserve on Turkey Cove Road at 3 pm.  This trail is an easy 0.7 mi loop and is also suitable for all ages.

Friendly dogs on leash are welcome, and the event will continue whether light rain or shine.

The Bamford Preserve trailhead and parking area are located at 105 Long Cove Road, where the old Woodcrafter’s building used to stand. Due to limited parking at Meadow Brook, there will be carpooling from the Bamford Preserve to the Meadow Brook Preserve.

For additional information, call Georges River Land Trust at 594-5166.

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