FRYEBURG, Maine — Tin Mountain Conservation Center and Upper Saco Valley Land Trust will be co-sponsoring “Kezar Pond Ecological Exploration” with Dr. Rick Van de Poll on June 15, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Fryeburg, Maine.
The morning of the event, participants will meet at Hemlock Bridge on Frog Alley in East Fryeburg, Maine. Dr. Rick Van de Poll will provide an in-depth look at Kezar Pond, an oligotrophic glacial lake located off the old course of the Saco River.
Participants will learn about river and pond ecology, water quality parameters, and aquatic vegetation, as we enjoy a paddle around the pond. By the end of the program, we’ll have learned all the information necessary for monitoring small water bodies.
There is a small program fee of $10 for this event. Tin Mountain has boats available to rent or you may bring your own boat and gear. Space is limited, so call (603) 447-6991 ahead of time to reserve your spot. Drinking water, a snack or lunch, sunscreen and a hat are advised.
The Upper Saco Valley Land Trust, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has completed 69 conservation projects since 2001, totaling over 11,400 acres throughout the towns of Hart’s Location, Bartlett, Jackson, Albany, Chatham, Conway, Eaton and Madison in New Hampshire and Brownfield, Denmark and Fryeburg in Maine.
Learn more about the Upper Saco Valley Land Trust by calling (603) 356-9683 or go to usvlt.org.
The Tin Mountain Nature Program Series is sponsored by the Bank of New Hampshire and Hancock Lumber. Tin Mountain is a 501(c) 3 non-profit environmental education organization serving the greater Mount Washington Valley for over 30 years.
To learn more about Tin Mountain Conservation Center and other upcoming programs call (603) 447-6991, go to tinmountain.org or Friend them on Facebook.