Join us on a night in April for this exciting annual event to witness, and if necessary, help our local frogs and salamanders get safely across Range Road from the Rines Forest as they awaken from winter and migrate to CCLT's Frog Pond and Salamander Swamp to mate and lay eggs.
As part of Chebeague Island’s Polar Plunge and Chili/Chowder Cookoff, join us for a special weekend edition of Get Out! Nature Walk on the new Curit Trail.
Join us for a guided nature walk Wednesday, September 26, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village in New Gloucester, ME.
Join us on Wednesday, July 18 at 9:00am at Bennett's Cove on Chebeague Island for a free Tidepooling Event hosted by CCLT and MCHT!
Join us for a guided nature walk Wednesday, June 27th, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm at CCLT’s Waterfall Trail in Cumberland.
Join us for a guided nature walk Wednesday, May 23rd, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm at RRCT’s Intervale Preserve, New Gloucester
Join us a night in April (date TBD by frogs) for this annual event to help frogs and salamanders get safely across Range Road as they awaken from winter and migrate to CCLT's Frog Pond and Salamander Swamp to mate and lay eggs.
Please join us for this regionally significant film screening of “Community Conservation: Finding the Balance between Nature and Culture” by award-winning Maine filmmaker Mark Ireland. The event will include an open conversation about strengthening the community conservation movement in Southern Maine.
Event Co-hosted by: Chebeague & Cumberland Land Trust, Falmouth Land Trust, Presumpscot Regional Land Trust, Royal River Conservation Trust, and Maine Coast Heritage Trust.
CCLT is participating in #GivingTuesday! We love the idea behind this growing movement. After Black Friday and Cyber Monday – two days dedicated to commercialization and consumerism—we now have one day dedicated just to giving. Join us in giving back to our communities by donating to CCLT.