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 KLT to be featured on national television!
 Brian Kent
    Brian Kent
2017 Summer interns, from left, Anna Hodkins, Drew Perlmutter, and Jane Tekin. Brian Kent
Kennebec Land Trust
331 Main Street, P.O. Box 261
Winthrop, ME 04364
Winter Events & News 
Maine Cabin Masters comes to West Gardiner
This past fall, KLT renovated two historic cabins at the Trust’s Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary in West Gardiner. We are thrilled to announce that we were selected by and contracted with Maine Cabin Masters for the renovations. Kennebec Land Trust’s Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary and our newly restored cabins will be featured on an episode of Cabin Masters on the DIY Channel, airing on February 25. 
When landowner Kendra Wakefield Shaw donated her 115-acre family property on Cobbossee Stream to KLT, the bequest included a small fund for the maintenance of her family’s 100 year old cabins. KLT’s cabins will be available to the general public as rentals, with a discount for KLT members. The cabins will also be used for KLT programming including future workshops with guest artists and writers. Our hope is that income from the cabin rentals will support future stewardship of the Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary and cabin maintenance.
Please join us to celebrate Kendra's legacy and KLT's new cabins on Monday, February 25 at The Depot Pub in Gardiner. The episode airs at 9 PM. We hope you can be there to see our work featured on television! 
KLT’s Upcoming Winter Programs:
Tenth Annual Family Winter Fun Day at Curtis Homestead Conservation Area, Leeds
Saturday, February 9, 2018, 10 am - 12 pm
Bring your cross-country skis or snowshoes and spend the afternoon exploring this wonderful 360-acre conservation property! Hot chocolate and snacks will be served around a bonfire in the field. Location: Bog Road in Leeds. 
Working with your Woodland
A course for land owners and others
Starts Wednesday, January 16, 6-8 p.m.
Offered by Maranacook Adult Education, this series of presentations and field tours is a follow-up to our fall sessions on woodland management on small ownerships. The course is open to woodland owners, loggers, foresters, town officials, and others interested in learning more about woodland management issues and options. Attendees may join for one or all of these sessions. The instructor is Morten Moesswilde, District Forester for the Maine Forest Service, unless otherwise noted.
KLT Summer Internship Positions  
We are currently accepting applications for our 2019 summer internship program. Click here for more information. Please share with aspiring conservationists!
Norris Island Camping & Cabin Reservations
We are now accepting reservations for our Norris Island campsite and cabin. Staying on Norris on Androscoggin Lake is free for everyone. Check the calendar to see which dates are still available. 
2019 Membership Renewal
Over 600 members have already renewed for 2019-thank you for your generous support. There is still time to renew for 2019, every donation supports KLT's land conservation, education, and stewardship activities. 

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