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Youth Exploration: Wilderness Safety
Saturday, June 22
12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Curtis Farm Preserve
1554 Harpswell Neck Road

Join Harpswell Heritage Land Trust at Curtis Farm Preserve to learn how to stay safe outdoors. We’ll cover basic wilderness first aid and put together a mini first-aid kit that you can take home. We’ll also take a hike on the preserve’s trails and discuss how to plan and prepare for a hike. This program… Read more

Anna M. Tondreau Preserve Celebration
Saturday, June 29
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Anna M. Tondreau Preserve
Parking at Harpswell Community School
308 Harpswell Islands Road

We are so excited to announce that the new trail at the Anna M. Tondreau Preserve is almost complete and we want to celebrate with you! On June 29 we will be hosting a celebration of all the work that went into acquiring the preserve and building the new trail. We hope you can join… Read more

Annual Meeting
Tuesday, July 9
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Elijah Kellogg Church
917 Harpswell Neck Road

Our annual celebration will include time to connect with neighbors and friends, a report on HHLT’s activities in the past year, a short business meeting of the membership, and an engaging presentation by Maulian (Dana) Bryant. This event is free and open to all. Doors open at 6 p.m. for refreshments and conversation, and the… Read more

Geology of Potts Point with Rachel Beane
Saturday, July 27
9:30 am – 11:00 am
Potts Point Preserve
Parking at the Town Wharf and Launch

This program is now full. Please email Lindy Magness at to join the waitlist. Join HHLT in observing the rocks along the shores of Potts Point. Geologist Rachel Beane will help us to identify minerals and rock structures and share the tectonic processes that led to their formation. Please be prepared to walk on… Read more

Malaga Island Presentation with Kate McBrien
Thursday, August 1
6:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Elijah Kellogg Church
917 Harpswell Neck Road

Join the Harpswell Heritage Land trust for an important presentation with Kate McBrien on one of the more challenging topics in the history of our region. In 1912, the State of Maine evicted a community of African American and white residents from their homes on Malaga Island. Racism, economic struggles, and eugenics all led to… Read more