Androscoggin Land Trust : News & Events
$25,000 Goal accomplished! Thank you, thank you, thank you to the many generous supporters who gave significant gifts at short notice to help us achieve this goal. This $25k will be matched and $50,000 will be placed in a permanent Stewardship Endowment. Interest earnings from this fund as it grows, will assist us to meet our stewardship requirements - protection and preservation - into the future!
Due to excessive rainfall, we have postponed the River Clean up until June 30. Please let us know if you will be able to join us on that date - call 782-2302 for information.
Come help the Androscoggin Land Trust take care of trails and parks along the Androscoggin Greenway in Lewiston-Auburn with the LA Trails Volunteer Steward Program this summer!
$25,000 Matching Grant Goal Accomplished!
Thank you! Many generous donors and friends quickly rallied to support ALT and meet the challenge grant goal; resulting in $50,000 to our Stewardship Endowment Fund. Well done!
With six days still to go, we are only $2,250 short of the $25,000 target which will be matched dollar for dollar from the Maine Community Foundation. Please make a gift today!
ALT Awarded 2013 Jay/Livermore Falls ECO-Excellence Community Award
A joint award for both Jay and Livermore Falls went to ALT for working with Otis Falls Mill to obtain a recreational easement connecting both communities with river access.
The Androscoggin Land Trust (ALT) seeks a Development Director to join our team advancing land conservation and community connections to the Androscoggin River.
Land Trust Receives Funding for Hazard Tree and Soil Scarification Program at David Rancourt River P
Land Trust Receives Funding for Hazard Tree and Soil Scarification Program at David Rancourt River Preserve.
Land Trust Moves Forward to Complete Wildlife Management at Hooper Pond Conservation Area
Teens from Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine's Auburn/Lewiston Clubhouse teamed up with volunteers from the United New Auburn Association to work on Barker Mill Trail
A Youth Camping Weekend in Acadia will conclude a summer of outings led by the Androscoggin Land Trust
Dan Marquis, the photographer for the race has posted his photos on the web: take a look
Lewiston-Auburn joins Holyoke, MA and Providence, RI in feature on recreation in the Northeast US
Race Results for the 14th Annual Chief Worumbo Androscoggin River Race are available.
The Androscoggin Land Trust has been selected by the National Park Service to launch a creative summer program designed to connect Lewiston-Auburnís young people to the region.
All the latest Androscoggin Land Trust news and upcoming Summer Paddling Events
Bethel Outdoor Adventure and Campgroundís newest venture, Lewiston Auburn Canoe and Kayak Rentals, will be in downtown Auburn on a temporary basis.
ALT brings together Maine IF&W and New Auburn-based Boys and Girls Club to host Youth Fishing Day at Little Andy Park this Thursday morning
Eight cub scouts and ten parents from Pack 111 gathered at Mount Apatite to work on the trail system.
Androscoggin Greenway Plan to be Focus of Potential Project Impacts on Public Health
Lewiston-Auburn to be part of Maine's First Place-based Health Impact Assessment.
In its 14th year, the family-friendly Worumbo Race has become one of the largest single day events on the Androscoggin
Jonathan P. LaBonte will talk about the role of the Androscoggin River in the history of Lewiston and Auburn, at the Androscoggin Historical Society, April 24 at 7 pm.
Androscoggin Land Trust secures Quality of Place grant to fully design signage system to reach riverfront by car, on foot, and even boat
Two week training program brings new riverfront hiking trail and prepares statewide Conservation Corps team leaders at Spruce Mountain Conservation Area in Jay
ALT receives donation of 20 acre parcel that protects critical wetland area along the shoreline of Lincoln Pond in the Nezinscot River watershed.
More than 50 people gathered Thursday evening at the Hilton Garden Auburn Riverwatch Hotel to sort through dozens of improvement projects aimed at creating a river-going network.
ALT receives funding from the Maine Natural Resources Conservation Program to protect 42 acres of forestland in the town of Jay.
Garcelon Bog, Property of Ecological Importance, Permanently Protected. Land Trust partners with City of Lewiston to achieve land conservation, advance economic development.
Land Trust Receives Funding for Wildlife Management at Hooper Pond Conservation Area
Please review our schedule for upcoming riverfront walking assessments and consider joining us!
Barker Mill Trail workday a success!
Androscoggin Land Trust was recently awarded Land for Maine's Future funding for land in Canton, Jay and Livermore Falls.
77 students came to hike the Homestead Trail with Gary Best of the Bureau of Parks and Lands, and Steve Reed and Judy Marden, volunteers from the Androscoggin Land Trust
On Saturday June 11 Androscoggin Land Trust and Cub Scout Pack 111 worked together to improve the trails at Mount Apatite Park in Auburn.
More than 1,200 acres of working forestland in Oxford County will be protected by a conservation collaboration of The Nature Conservancy, Small Woodland Owners Association of Maine
325-acre Captain Harris Homestead in Greene Conserved through Donated Easement.
Grant of Technical Assistance to focus on engagement of neighborhoods in planning process
Click here to read some of the successes of the Androscoggin Land Trust from the last year. These successes were made possible through the support of our donors and members.
"The land will now remain working farmland and forest forever," says Adrian Wadsworth with clear pride.
Attached are the details of the Androscoggin Land Trust memo on Camp Gustin with the attachments included.
Results from this year's Chief Worumbo Androscoggin River Race
Voters in the town of Lisbon have voted to provide the local match for a significant trail project along the Androscoggin River.
Androscoggin Land Trust closed on the acquisition of a 126-acre parcel of property in Buckfield formerly owned by the Estate of Donetta Kimball.
New Site Now Live!
We are excited to announce our new website. Please take a look around.