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Stewardship days begin at Mast Landing in Freeport

Mast Landing Stewardship Day
Photo: Derek Libby

On May 12, thirteen students and teachers from Freeport High school joined Maine Audubon’s properties department at Mast Landing Sanctuary for a fun, productive day removing invasive plants and clearing trails in preparation for the busy summer season. Maine Audubon partnered with Freeport Conservation Trust to organize the event, and appreciate their support.

Our next work day is Saturday, June 24, 9 am-12 pm. Sign up here for a morning of stewardship work manually cutting and pulling invasive plants to restore native plant communities at our Mast Landing Sanctuary in Freeport.

These events are organized by Noah Gleason-Hart, who has recently stepped into a newly-created position of Land Steward. In this role, he will be responsible for implementing a land stewardship program across our sanctuaries, including active land management and volunteer engagement.

(Above Photo: Dede Bennell)