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Explore the Estuary Through Pictures, Plants, and Clams
KELT offers monthly ‘Summer Explorations’ to experience the Kennebec Estuary
This June, July, and August, KELT is offering a series of ‘Summer Explorations’ for folks to experience the estuary through photography, botany, and clamming.
Wednesday, August 8: Clam Digging with Jon Hentz
10 am to 12 pm
An encore exploration from last summer, come explore the softshell clam flats of Reid State Park with Georgetown’s Shellfish Warden and dig a clam or two. This event is great for kids!
You’ll need: Sandals for the walk to the sandy flats, bucket, SPF, hat, bug repellent, camera, and sense of adventure!
The program is free and open to the public, but do require pre-registration.
Please contact Becky Kolak or 442-8400 to sign-up.
Photo credits (top to bottom): B.Kolak & J.Manning
Wednesday, July 11: Botany Walk with Willow Schwartz, 10 am to 12 pm
Join a landscape gardener and native plant connoisseur on a walk through Merrymeeting Fields Preserve in Woolwich to learn more about Maine’s native
(and some non-native) plant species.
You’ll need: Good walking shoes, notepad and paper, and camera (for visual notes!)
CANCELED: Thursday, June 21: Nature Photography with Tom Arter, 7 am to 10 am
Be sure to stay tuned for the rescheduled workshop coming this Fall!
Come discover the basics to taking outdoor photos to capture those special natural places and memories. Location to be announced! The workshop is limited to 10 participants.
You’ll need: a camera, tripod (if you have one), and a keen eye!Back to News & Events