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Nature: “…and life would all be spring.”(10)

March 26, 2017

“The sun just touched the morning; The morning, happy thing, Supposed that he had come to dwell, And life would all be spring. “. Emily Dickinson (Maria James)

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Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust announces Outdoor Adventure Series

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust will be hosting its 6th annual Outdoor Adventure Series this summer. For more information on a particular program or to register please call (207) 864-7311. Registration opens April 15. June 20 – Trail Maintenance Day on Forest Legacy – Join RLHT staff and interns on the Forest Legacy […]

Franklin County Soil & Water Conservation District announces 2017 Big Tree Contest

FARMINGTON – For the fourth year, the Franklin County Soil & Water Conservation District is asking local residents to be on the look out for big trees. The Franklin County Big Tree Contest runs from May 1 through Oct. 15. The goal is to find really big and really old native trees, including lesser-known trees […]

Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust acquires 70 acres on Hunter Cove

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is pleased to announce the acquisition of a 70 acre property on Rangeley Lake. Located on the eastern shoreline of Hunter Cove, the property abuts 100-acre “Hunter Cove Wildlife Sanctuary,” which was donated to RLHT in 2004 by Maine Audubon Society, and directly across the Cove from 180 […]

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