Click on the options below to learn more about various Events and Programs with RRCT.
Volunteer Trail Steward Program
As RRCT conserves more land in the watershed, dedicated volunteer presence on our preserves is more important than ever. Volunteer Trail Stewards have a rewarding role in which they become closely connected with a special place while acting as RRCT’s eyes, ears, and extra hands. Resources and more information here.
RRCT 400 Footer Club: Self-led trail challenge
RRCT 400 Footer Club is a self-led trail challenge. We’ve listed ten local conservation destinations each at an elevation near 400 feet above sea level. Complete them all, win a badge, and win membership in this growing club. Club members invest in cultures of responsible land stewardship, and inclusivity. More information: RRCT 400 Footer Club
Trail Crew: Wednesdays 10 am
Trail Crew features volunteers who gather each Wednesday at 10 am (and as scheduled) to work on RRCT trails and preserves — as well as RRCT’s many trail partnerships — in Yarmouth, North Yarmouth, Pownal, New Gloucester, Durham, Gray, and Auburn. We are always welcome to new volunteers, one-time volunteers, kids, and more. Details and schedule here.
Get Out! Nature Walks: Solstice Tree at Memak Preserve (North Yarmouth). December 27, 2023 (Wednesday) at 2pm
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.
Our December 27, 2023, event is at Memak Preserve in North Yarmouth! Click above for details.
12th Annual Pisgah Hill Preserve Full Moon Trek: Saturday, February 24, 2024
Annual Meeting of the Members, September, 2024
RRCT’s Annual Meeting is typically business-like, electing Directors and conducting other necessary business. Voting rights extend to all recent donors. Stay tuned for details!