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Wildlands Winter 2024

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GPMCT, in Hancock County, Maine, preserves the Wildlands: 5,000 acres of mountains, woods, and water managed for wildlife habitat, sustainable forestry, and community trails.

Hats for sale
Back by popular demand, the GPMCT Map shirt features a hand-drawn and updated map by renowned Maine artist and mapmaker Jane Crosen.

30th Anniversary shirts are still available!

Keep the Wildlands Wild
It’s Monthly Meetup time! Join us for the Signs of Spring and Climate Resilience Hike on Sunday, March 3, 2024.
Explore early signs of spring in the Wildlands and learn about the important role of places like the Wildlands in climate resilience. We will use our phones to help with plant and bird identification using iNaturalist and Merlin.
Meet us at the South Gate of GPMCT Wildlands. 1574 Acadia Highway, Orland, ME
Length of Planned Rte: 1 ½ miles on trail and gravel road.
Bring ice stabilizers; likely to encounter icy areas.
Full Moon Hiike
Views From Great Pond Mountain
Conversations about the Maine Woods

Tueasday, March 12, 2024, @ MacLeod’s Restaurant, Bucksport

Featuring Program Manager Lauri Gorton of Greenfield discussing Penobscot Estuary Mercury Remediation

🗒Free event. | Doors open at 6:00 PM, Presentation begins at 6:30. Light food & refreshments served, Cash Bar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GET READY FOR YOUR NEXT WILDLANDS ADVENTURE

 

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Volunteers are the heart of GPMCT, building trails, leading programs, and serving on our committees and board.

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GPMCT is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your tax-deductible gifts help preserve the Wildlands: 5,000 acres of mountains, woods, and water managed for wildlife habitat, sustainable forestry, and community trails.

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Business sponsors and nonprofit partners help us carry out GPMCT’s mission.

“…the Great Pond Mountain Wildlands in Orland is an absolute treasure.”

Aislinn Sarnacki, Bangor Daily News

Aislinn Sarnacki is a Maine outdoors writer and the author of three Maine hiking guidebooks.

The MountainEar

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Thank you, donors, friends, and volunteers – you make everything possible.

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