Introducing the Conservation Book Club and much more in 2024!
ecomaine will be teaching us how to divert our waste by recycling and composting!
Every day, we throw our trash, recycling and compost to the curb. What if we looked deeper into our disposal habits to learn what truly happens at the end of the day, after all of the bins are picked up. What if this program could help you save money every day and on your taxes overall, save valuable space in the landfill, and save non-renewable resources from being overused.
Join us April 13th at the Dyer Library. No registration required.
About the Presenter: Katrina Venhuizen is the Senior Environmental Educator at ecomaine and joined the team in August 2016. She holds 14 years of experience in various environmental education and outreach roles across the country. She is responsible for designing curricula, on-site tour programs, as well as all other education and outreach programming that facilitates engaged waste reduction among residents, schools, and businesses in ecomaine’s 70+ member communities. Her passion and commitment to her job roles inspires students and adults alike to attain their waste diversion and contamination reduction goals.
Join SVLT’s Event and Outreach Organizer, Abby Wilson, on a St. Patrick’s Day Nature Walk!
March 17, 2 PM at Mobil Parcel- This property is located just off of Route 1 in Saco. You can park at the back of the Citgo gas station and access the trailhead.
We will discuss land conservation, look for signs of wildlife, and walk Saco Bay Trails’ Middle Goosefare. Total distance covered will be less than a mile with small hills and bridges. Depending on conditions, you may need to bring hiking poles, snowshoes/micro-spikes, or wear boots for muddy walking.
After the walk, we will continue the friendly conservation and head across Route 1 to Barreled Souls Brewing for a pint!
*Please email Abby at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot!*
A presentation and Q&A by Tom Doak of Maine Woodland Owners. This is an important topic for land conservation, and we have teamed up with the Scarborough Land Trust to put this event on.
Check out the details here!