Learn about the Lower Village Conservation Project: Walk on September 21st


Mark Power, New Gloucester resident and member of the board of the Royal River Conservation Trust, recently led a walk through part of the Lower Village Conservation Project. The walk toured the perimeter of the 180 acre parcel of land running from behind the Village Store along side the old Interurban rail line to the marshlands of the Royal River. A second walk is scheduled for Saturday September 21. The project is a joint effort of The Royal River Conservation Trust, GNG little League, and community members, with support from the Town of New Gloucester. Photo: Doug Smith

/ Friends of the Royal River Conservation Trust/
Interested in learning more about the Lower Village Conservation Project? Please join us for a walk, Saturday, September 21 at 9 a.m. that will include parts of the 180 acres of land connecting the Lower Village to the Little League fields on Route 231. The initial vision for this project includes preserving areas of historical significance and high value habitat, exploring the potential for trail and recreational areas, improvements to the GNG Little League ball field facilities and more. Meet at the Congregational church parking lot in the Lower Village at 9 a.m.

RSVP not required but for more information email carrie@RRCT.org F

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