Boothbay Region Land Trust is offering its annual Barge/McKee Scholarship for students involved in the study of the environment. We accept applicants of any age, and any learning endeavor, as long as you are a resident of Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Southport or Edgecomb. Scholarship awards range from $250 to $2,500.
Applicants must write a letter describing the program or course of study, what they hope to learn and how it relates to the environment. Direct all letters by Friday May 13, 2016 to: PO Box 183, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Great drone footage of BRLT preserves from all angles! Thanks so much to Jonne Trees of Boothbay Region Community Television for giving us another perspective of our conserved lands!
BRLT properties overflight YouTube video
Are you an Amazon shopper? Every time you shop on Amazon you can donate to BRLT with no additional cost to you. Go to smile.amazon.com and choose Boothbay Region Land Trust as your preferred charity. Same low prices, selection and shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate .5% of the purchase price to Boothbay Region Land Trust. It can’t be easier to support your favorite Land Trust!
Looking for a fun challenge that gets you outside? Pick up your “Passport to the Preserves” booklet at the Boothbay Region Land Trust office or preserve kiosks to start your adventure! Each page of the booklet highlights a different land trust preserve and contains a place for a passport punch. Punches can be found at the kiosk of each preserve. When you have filled your passport, bring it back to the BRLT office and receive a commemorative token. You can start the “Passport to the Preserves” at any time and there is no deadline to finish the challenge. So what ...
Founded in 1980, Boothbay Region Land Trust (BRLT) is a non-profit organization working to conserve the natural beauty and character of the Boothbay Region including the towns of Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, Edgecomb, and Southport. BRLT preserves provide over 30 miles of pet friendly hiking trails open year-round to the public, free of charge.