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Join Naturalist Sarah Gladu for a walk over a fern-filled wetland, across a ridge of towering pines, and along the tidal shoreline of the Damariscotta River estuary at Seal Cove Shore. We’ll look for wading migratory shorebirds and other signs of fall.Find out more »
Pollinator Palooza! Join Coastal Rivers naturalists for a guided walk at Salt Bay Farm. We'll learn a little about some amazing pollinators and go into the fields to observe them at work. Make a small craft to take home.Find out more »
Bring your own apples and use our cider press to make your own delicious apple cider to take home. In addition to the press, we will supply a wash station and instructions.
Keep in mind cider freezes well, so consider making extra for a hot winter drink!Find out more »
In light of Covid transmission levels in Lincoln County, which we’ve learned more about through discussion with local health officials, we feel the risk is too high at this time to hold a large in-person event. Regretfully, we have decided it would be wisest to move our Annual Membership Celebration to an online format to be held on October 7.Find out more »
Flowers, seeds, and fruits – Oh my! Join Coastal Rivers naturalists for a guided walk at Salt Bay Farm. We'll discover a bounty of interesting flowers, seeds and fruits and make a small craft to take home!Find out more »
Back by popular demand! You bring the apples, we provide the tools and know-how.
Bring your own apples and jugs, and use our cider press to make your own delicious apple cider to take home. In addition to the press, we will supply a wash station and instructions.Find out more »
Join Ag Allies program staff Laura Lecker and Maeve McGowan online to learn about Maine's grassland birds, the threats they face, and how farmers, landowners, and land trusts can help protect them. Laura and Maeve will touch on the life history of Bobolinks and Savannah sparrows, their population trends, and the dynamic relationship between grassland bird conservation and agriculture.Find out more »
Mammals of Maine! Join Coastal Rivers naturalists for a guided walk at Salt Bay Farm. We'll learn some interesting things about our Maine mammals and see if we can discover tracks and signs, and make a small craft to take home.Find out more »
Join Naturalist Sarah Gladu for a walk through the rolling hayfields at Salt Bay Preserve, with its stunning views of Great Salt Bay. During the walk we'll keep an eye out for birds and talk about how birds in Maine prepare for winter.Find out more »
Support Twin Villages Foodbank Farm with a Thanksgiving Day 5K Trail Run or 1-Mile Walk/Fun Run!
This is a volunteer-organized event taking place at Coastal Rivers Salt Bay Farm in Damariscotta. There is no fee to participate, but monetary donations of any amount to the Foodbank Farm are encouraged!Find out more »