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Blue Vervain 
Don Cameron 
Zach Harder 
Curtis Homestead
Marie Ring 
Kennebec Land Trust
Upcoming Programs & News  
An Introduction to Maine Medicinal Plants: Cultural Uses, Ecology, and Botany 
Virtual Annual Lyceum Lunches 
Thursdays, March 18 and 25, 12:00 - 12:30PM 
Although we won't be having our annual Lyceum Lecture Series in-person this year, we are thrilled to be able to offer a modified Zoom lunch program. Join guest speakers as they present a short introduction to Maine medicinal plants. On Thursday March 18, Jennifer Neptune, artist, anthropologist, educator and member of the Penobscot Nation will introduce Past, Present and Future:Cultural Uses of Native Plants in Maine. On Thursday March 25, Eric Doucette, of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, will introduce Botany of Medicinal Plants. Email Marie at to register. 
Winthrop Adult Education: Fiddlehead Talk
Tuesday, April 27, 5:30 - 7:00PM
Join Dave Fuller to learn how to properly identify, sustainably harvest and cook ostrich fern (Matteuccia stuthiopteris) fiddleheads. Dave Fuller is an Agriculture and Non-Timber Forest Product Professional with the University of Maine
Cooperative Extension. Please register with Adult Education directly: Winthrop-
While we are enjoying the warmer temperatures and singing birds, mud season can take a toll on roads and trails. 
During Mud Season (March 1-April 31) Parker Pond Headland is closed to hikers. The Fellows Cove Road is only open to homeowners during this time to minimize impacts to the road. Maintenance costs associated with mud season are expensive. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. 
Please walk carefully and minimize travel on wet and muddy trails until trail surfaces have had a chance to dry and harden.  
Wakefield Cabin Reservations 
We are now accepting reservations for our Eco-Cabins at the Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary for the 2021 season. Reserve through Hipcamp or view our website for more information. 
2021 Membership
Thank you to everyone who has renewed your 2021 membership. If you are not sure if you are up-to-date on dues, please contact Marie at You may also renew on our website

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