Community Conservation Webinars with FBC

Frenchman Bay Conservancy runs a webinar series via Zoom, allowing participants from our community to learn more about FBC’s work, hear from guest speakers, and ask questions.

Most webinars take place on Tuesdays at 3:00pm. You can search for upcoming available webinars and find information on how to register here.


FBC & the City of Ellsworth, Tuesday, July 21, 2020

This webinar featured FBC Executive Director Aaron Dority and City of Ellsworth Economic Development Director Janna Richards to the ways FBC & the City of Ellsworth partner to protect the land you love–including the City Forest at Branch Lake, Card Brook clean-ups, conservation along the Union River, and the City of Ellsworth Build-Out Analysis.

 


The Day Ridges Paddler’s Trail, Tuesday, August 4, 2020

FBC Executive Director Aaron Dority and Land Protection Manager Kat Deely talked about FBC’s summer project—a paddler’s trail at the Day Ridges Preserve on Upper West Bay Pond & Lower West Bay Pond.


Frenchman Bay Community Forest, September 10, 2020

Frenchman Bay Conservancy announced its launch of the Frenchman Bay Community Forest capital campaign September 1, 2020. The campaign seeks to raise funds to purchase 1400 acres in Hancock to become the Frenchman Bay Community Forest. Learn more here. 

FBC Executive Director Aaron Dority and Land Protection Manager Kat Deely presented information on the campaign, followed by a Q&A session.


Seabirds with Linda Welch, September 14, 2020

USFW biologist & FBC Board member Linda Welch discusses seabird restoration, habits, and monitoring on Maine Coastal Island NWR.


Outdoor Education with FBC & Maine Outdoor School, September 22, 2020

Maine Outdoor School Co-founder Hazel Stark and FBC Community Engagement Coordinator Kelsey Moore discuss partner programs, bringing outdoor education to nearby classrooms, and resources for learning & exploring in nature.

 

Frenchman Bay Conservancy continues to protect the land you love, whatever the circumstances.

 

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