Working for 26 years to preserve and promote the natural, recreational, and scenic character and the traditional land uses of the Medomak River watershed for the benefit of the Medomak Valley and Muscongus Bay community.


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Upcoming Events:

Monthly Paddles - Join MVLT and local outfitter and guide Bill Michaud for summer paddles throughout our watershed. All skill levels welcome. Tuesday, June 20th, July 25th, August 22nd, and September 19th. All paddles start at 5:00 p.m. Call 832-5570 for locations.
Film Series - Growing Local -  Check out the stories of three Maine farms seeking sustainability in the local agriculture movement. Tuesday, June 27th at 6:30 p.m. Medomak Arts Project, Waldoboro 
Cougars in the Maine Woods -  Multiple panelists discuss the challenges of bringing large predators back to their native habitat. Wednesday, June 29th. More information and tickets available at http://www.damariscottariver.org/event/

MVLT Annual Picnic -  Join us for our annual picnic at the beautiful Twin Maples Farm in Bremen. Saturday, July 1 at 12 noon.

Film Series - The Penobscot: Ancestral River, Contested Territory -  An award-winning look at the untold story about the struggle for access to historical fishing rights.
Tuesday, July 18th at 6:30 p.m. Medomak Arts Project, Waldoboro

Bremen Long Island Hike -  Back by popular demand! Visit the Berger Preserve with a free boat ride across the bay. Reservations required. Email or call to RSVP. Friday, August 11 at 10.


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Medomak Valley Land Trust | Events

Get information on walks, paddles and other events taking place throughout the Medomak River watershed.

25 Friendship St./P.O. Box 180Waldoboro, ME 04572Tel: 207.832.5570 info@medomakvalley.org