Scheduled Hikes
Monthly View
Monthly View
Flat View
Flat View
Weekly View
Weekly View
Daily View
Daily View
Categories
Categories
Search
Search
get as iCal
get as iCal
Print
Print
Flat View Monday, October 23, 2017
 September 2017October 2017November 2017
Wednesday, October 04, 2017
Bauneg Beg Mountain Hike (9:00 am - 11:00 am)

Wednesday Wandering

Bauneg Beg Mountain Conservation Area

Wednesday, October 4, 9 - 11:00 am

Join Outreach Coordinator, Brenna Crothers, for a hike up Bauneg Beg Mountain to catch the fall foliage. With view of the White Mountain and Sanford to the Northeast this hike is always a treat.

300 Fox Farm Hill Road, North Berwick

Attention: This area is prone to deer ticks, please dress appropriately, covering exposed skin as necessary.


Outings require minimum of three people. Email or call 207-646-3604 to reserve a spot. Free to Great Works members, $5/$10 family suggested donation for non members. Reservations required.





Contact Info : 207-646-3604 Email : info@gwrlt.org Url: http://www.gwrlt.org
Thursday, October 05, 2017
Volunteer Trail Work Day (9:00 am - 12:00 - noon)

Volunteer Work Day

Thursday, October 5, 9-noon
Desrochers Memorial Forest, South Berwick

Join Great Works Regional Land Trust for a volunteer work day with Stewardship Director, Darrel Detour & Stewardship Assistant, Brenna Crothers. Volunteers will participate in trail improvement and trail development at Desrochers Memorial Forest, South Berwick.

Desrochers Memorial Forest is in South Berwick at the end of Tara Lane off of Knights Pond Road. Parking is located at the South Berwick Town Woods parking area at the end of Tara Lane.

We will be supplying tools, but you might bring your favorite loppers, work gloves, and bug spray.

Pre-registration is required, please call 207-646-3604 or email info@gwrlt.org

 



Contact Info : 207-646-3604 Email : info@gwrlt.org
Sunday, October 08, 2017
Kenyon Hill Hike (10:00 am - 12:00 - noon)

Tour Kenyon Hill

Ogunquit Road, South Berwick
Sunday, October 8, 10am - noon
Great Works' Kenyon Hill property in South Berwick is a 112-acre preserve with some dramatic ledges. Ogunquit Board member Doug Mayer will guide us on the trail loop, with a side excursion to the Ogunquit River.
Directions: The Kenyon Hill Preserve is located in the southwest corner of Bennett Lot and Ogunquit Roads in South Berwick. A small parking area off of Ogunquit Road is 4 miles from Route One in Ogunquit (Berwick Road) and 1 mile from Emery's Bridge Road. Extra parking along Bennett Lot Road.

Hikes are free to Great Works members, with a $5 suggested donation for non-members ($10/family). We encourage you to sign up ahead of time as numbers are limited. It is a good idea to check the website the day before the hike to see if anything has changed, and for suggested footgear.

To reserve a spot and for more information, visit the website, call Great Works at (207)646-3604 or  email us.


Contact Info : 207-646-3604 Email : info@gwrlt.org Url: http://www.gwrlt.org/images/stories/hikes/gwrltfallhikes15.pdf
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Liberty's Price, York Pond & Punkintown (History Hike) (10:00 am - 1:00 pm)

Liberty’s Price:  From Slave to Freeman in Early York County

Rocky Hills,York Pond & Punkintown
Saturday October 14, 10am - 1pm
Partner Program: OBHS (History Hikes)
Corresponding Lecture: Sep. 28

FULL

Join us and Old Berwick Historical Society at our York Pond & Punkintown Area straddling South Berwick and Eliot. This area contains both historic and natural features, including the remnants of an old granite quarry, stone walls from lost farms, Bartlett’s Mill Pond, and York Pond. Rosanne Adams, president of the Eliot Historical Society, will relate the story of Black Will of Eliot, his rise from slave to landed farmer in 1700, and shifting attitudes toward race in early York County.

Corresponding Lecture: Lecture September 28, 7:30 p.m.Linford Fisher of Brown University uncovers the history of the trade in Caribbean slaves by New England merchants in colonial America.*All OBHS/GWRLT History Hikes include a corresponding lecture. This lecture will happen 1-2 weeks ahead of the hike.

*History Hikes sponsored by South Berwick Pharmacy*

This hike is FULL. Call for the waitlist.


RSVP as numbers are limited. It's always wise to confirm date, location and footgear recommendations. Free to members, suggested donation of $5 ($10/family) for non-members.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parking behind Brixham Danceworks: 5 Punkintown Rd. South Berwick, ME




Contact Info : 207-646-3604 Email : info@gwrlt.org
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Volunteer Trail Work Day (9:00 am - 12:00 - noon)

Volunteer Work Day

Wednesday, October 18, 9-noon
Desrochers Memorial Forest, South Berwick
*Changed from 10/11 to 10/18*

Join Great Works Regional Land Trust for a volunteer work day with Stewardship Director, Darrel Detour & Stewardship Assistant, Brenna Crothers. Volunteers will participate in trail improvement and trail development at Desrochers Memorial Forest, South Berwick.

Desrochers Memorial Forest is in South Berwick at the end of Tara Lane off of Knights Pond Road. Parking is located at the South Berwick Town Woods parking area at the end of Tara Lane.

We will be supplying tools, but you might bring your favorite loppers, work gloves, and bug spray.

Pre-registration is required, please call 207-646-3604 or email info@gwrlt.org

 



Contact Info : 207-646-3604 Email : info@gwrlt.org
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Fungi ID With Mousam Valley Mushrooms (10:00 am - 12:00 - noon)


Fungi ID with Mousam Valley Mushrooms

Saturday, October, 21st
10-noon
Negutaquet Conservation Area
219 Lebanon Road, North Berwick

FULL

Join Emma Sharood of Mousam Valley Mushrooms, as she leads us on a foraging walk of Negutaquet Conservation Area. Emma is the marketing director and a Myco Farmer for Mousam Valley Mushrooms, a family owned business in Springvale, Maine. Emma's extensive knowledge of mushrooms is impressive. She understands not just how to find them, but also how to grow them! Join Emma Sharood of Mousam Valley Mushrooms, as she leads us on a foraging walk of Negutaquet Conservation Area.

Reservations required. This hike is full, info@gwrlt.org or call 646-3604 to reserve your spot on the wait-list.

Day of hike phone no: 207-251-9015 (Patti)



Contact Info : 207-646-3604 Email : info@gwrlt.org Url: http://www.gwrlt.org
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Volunteer Work Day - Invasive Species Removal (9:00 am - 12:00 - noon)

Volunteer Work Day - Invasive Species Removal

Wednesday, October 25, 9-noon
Douglas Memorial Woods

Join Great Works Regional Land Trust for a volunteer work day with Stewardship Director, Darrel Detour & Stewardship Assistant, Brenna Crothers. Volunteers will participate in invasive species removal at Douglas Memorial Woods in Eliot.

Douglas Memorial Woods is located a the intersection of Old Road with State Road (103) in the village of Eliot, near the Fogg Memorial Library. The John F. Hall Grange. Parking will be in the Grange parking area (1333 State Road).

We will be supplying tools, but you might bring your favorite loppers, work gloves, and bug spray.

Pre-registration is required, please call 207-646-3604 or email info@gwrlt.org

 



Contact Info : 207-646-3604 Email : info@gwrlt.org
Sunday, October 29, 2017
Who Tells The Story, Brooks Farm (History Hike) (1:00 pm - 4:00 pm)

Who Tells the Story: A Native Perspective on New England’s Founding

Brooks Farm
Sunday October 29, 1 - 4 pm
Partner Program: OBHS (History Hikes)
Corresponding Lecture: Oct. 26

Join us and Old Berwick Historical Society at at Brooks Farm in Berwick hikers can enjoy views of Mount Agamenticus, the sweeping meadows of a once active farm, and the chattering waters of Worster Brook. OBHS curator Nina Maurer will explore the devastating and heroic events of the Salmon Falls raid of 1690, the pivotal standoff at Worster Brook, and the alliances that shaped a region.

Corresponding Lecture: Lecture October 26, 7:30 p.m.: Lisa Brooks compares English and Native narratives about the outbreak of conflict in the 1670s, known as King Philip’s War. *All OBHS/GWRLT History Hikes include a corresponding lecture. This lecture will happen 1-2 weeks ahead of the hike.

RSVP as numbers are limited. It's always wise to confirm date, location and footgear recommendations. Free to members, suggested donation of $5 ($10/family) for non-members.

*History Hikes sponsored by South Berwick Pharmacy*

Parking York Hospital Berwick, 4 Dana Drive, Berwick




Contact Info : 207-646-3604 Email : info@gwrlt.org
Hikes & Outings        
Search Calendar