Army Corps of Engineers Presentation to Yarmouth Town Council on Royal River Studies — Tuesday November 10 at 6:30pm
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More information will be posted (or has been posted) by the Town of Yarmouth here: yarmouth.me.us/
RRCT has posted additional recent correspondence, links, and studies here.
RRCT 400 Footer Club, Self-Guided (Free). Join our RRCT 400 Footer Club by conquering ten destinations on your own (self-guided, self-led) or join staffed and volunteer excursions to the same destinations through other events and programs described in tabs below. Win a badge, and post your adventures at #RRCT400FooterClub RRCT 400 Footer Club details and map pack here.
Trail Crew each Wednesday at 10 am is a volunteer program each Wednesday (and as scheduled) working on RRCT trails and preserves — and helping support trail partnerships — in Yarmouth, North Yarmouth, Pownal, New Gloucester, Durham, Gray, and Auburn. Details and schedule here.
Royal River Conservation Trust and The Chebeague and Cumberland Land Trust partner in sponsoring Get Out! Nature walks. These walks are lead by a Maine Master Naturalist or some other skilled and knowledgeable volunteer. Details and Schedule here.
Typically along-side a regular board meeting, our business-like annual meetings include the election of new directors and new officers. Unique issues like bylaw changes or disposition of conservation interests — if proposed — will benefit from specific notice to all members. We welcome attendance and voting by any RRCT member, defined as any recent donor of $35.00 or more. If you’re interested in how we recruit board members — for yourself or others — please view this RRCT recruiting web page.
February 2021 (Saturday Evening, Free)
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
9th Annual Pisgah Hill Full Moon Trek
74 Dougherty Road, New Gloucester
Free! Join us for our signature event with a bonfire at the summit.
Stay tuned for the new rescheduled date for RRCT’s signature Run of the Royal canoe relay race in Yarmouth — popular for spectators, paddlers, and vendors. The paddling events all at Yarmouth History Center on East Elm Street, followed by celebrations at Maine Beer Company in Freeport. Details here.
Join us online any time for our signature annual summer celebration of our conservation successes. Learn more.