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Stream Smart Phase I Workshop

$35

with Sarah Haggerty

Calendar Next session starts Mar 26, 2019 at 8 am

Location: Fields Pond

REGISTRATON: 8 - 8:30 am
WORKSHOP: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Maine Audubon will be holding introductory Stream Smart workshops at the Fields Pond Maine Audubon Center in Holden on March 26th and at Gilsland Farm in Falmouth on April 4th. 

Applying the Stream Smart principles to your road crossings can help connect and maintain fish and wildlife habitat while protecting roads and public safety.  Stream Smart crossings can also help towns prepare for the large and frequent storm events that have been washing out roads around the state and the northeast.

This workshop is made possible by support from a number of partners.  Please see our Stream Smart Partners & Supporters page for information on our partners.

Family Fun at Gilsland Farm

$150

with Molly Woodring

Calendar Next session starts Mar 26, 2019 at 9:30 am, runs for 10 weeks
1 additional session on Mar 26, 2019

Weekly on Tuesdays
9-weeks/session, no class 4/16

Child members: $120
Child non-members: $150
Ages 2-5, siblings under 2 free
Location: Gilsland Farm

Young children and their grown-ups are invited to spend an hour exploring nature together through stories, songs, art, and play. Each week will include both indoor activities and outdoor adventures designed to foster a connection to nature, encourage stewardship, and provide an introduction to group learning settings.

Advanced registration is encouraged! Drop-ins are welcome if space is available. ($15/week for members, $20/week nonmembers)

Turtle Roadkill Survey Training

Free

with Sarah Haggerty

Calendar Next session starts Mar 30, 2019 at 9 am

Location: Warden Services Headquarters, Gray

Roadkill is one of the biggest threats to turtle populations in Maine, so Maine Audubon is looking for volunteers to help identify where they are most at risk from traffic as they move across the landscape.  

Your help is essential to the success of this project. We will be holding two training sessions for anyone interested in volunteering, on March 30th at the Warden Services Headquarters in Gray,  and at the Fields Pond Maine Audubon Sanctuary in Holden on April 6th.  

Gentle Yoga and Yoga Nidra with Deb Cook

$15
Calendar Next session starts Mar 25, 2019 at 5:15 pm
6 additional sessions through May 20, 2019

Members: $10/class, Nonmembers: $15/class

Location: Gilsland Farm

Join Deb Cook for the return of longer days, springtime energies, and Monday Night Yoga. Beginning Monday, March 25, Deb will lead a weekly class blend of Meditation, Gentle Yoga and Yoga Nidra/Deep Relaxation as we tune in to the emergence of spring. This popular class is open to all levels, no experience and all experience is welcome.  

Class begins at 5:15pm with a 10-minute guided meditation to cultivate relaxation and awareness. This is followed by a mix of gentle yoga and ends with a Yoga Nidra (a guided relaxation that relaxes and restores core energy). Participants can come for the full 75 minutes or arrive at 5:30 as schedules allow.

Deb is a Kripalu-certified Yoga Teacher and Kripalu-certified Yoga Nidra Guide, and has been leading meditation and yoga classes and retreats at beautiful nature-based locations in Maine for 20 years.  Please bring your own mat and any props you may like to use in your practice. Feel free to contact Deb for more information at liveyourpractice@gmail.com.

To become a member and save 33%, please click here.

 

Tracking Maine’s Great Blue Herons Beyond State Lines

$10

with Danielle D'Auria

Calendar Next session starts Apr 2, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Members: $8, Nonmembers: $10

Location: Fields Pond, Holden

Did you ever wonder where Maine’s Great Blue Herons go in winter?  In 2016, five adult Great Blue Herons were outfitted with lightweight GPS tracking devices, then released to allow researchers to follow their movements during nesting, migration, and wintering. Two of the five Maine birds migrated to Florida, one to the Bahamas, one to Cuba, and one flew all the way to Haiti!  Hear all about these majestic birds, how over 100 volunteers have been monitoring their colonies for the past 10 years, and how students are integral to tracking their movements within and beyond state lines. 

Stream Smart Phase I Workshop

$35

with Sarah Haggerty

Calendar Next session starts Apr 4, 2019 at 8 am

Location: Gilsland Farm, Falmouth

REGISTRATON: 8 - 8:30 am
WORKSHOP: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Maine Audubon will be holding introductory Stream Smart workshops at the Fields Pond Maine Audubon Center in Holden on March 26th and at Gilsland Farm in Falmouth on April 4th. 

Applying the Stream Smart principles to your road crossings can help connect and maintain fish and wildlife habitat while protecting roads and public safety.  Stream Smart crossings can also help towns prepare for the large and frequent storm events that have been washing out roads around the state and the northeast.

This workshop is made possible by support from a number of partners.  Please see our Stream Smart Partners & Supporters page for information on our partners.

Turtle Roadkill Survey Training

Free

with Sarah Haggerty

Calendar Next session starts Apr 6, 2019 at 9 am

Location: Fields Pond

Roadkill is one of the biggest threats to turtle populations in Maine, so Maine Audubon is looking for volunteers to help identify where they are most at risk from traffic as they move across the landscape.  

Your help is essential to the success of this project. We will be holding two training sessions for anyone interested in volunteering, on March 30th at the Warden Services Headquarters in Gray,  and at the Fields Pond Maine Audubon Sanctuary in Holden on April 6th.  

Conserving vernal pools in Maine's towns

$10

with Arum Calhoun

Calendar Next session starts Apr 9, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Member: $8 Non-Member: $10 

Location: Fields Pond, Holden

Conserving vernal pools in Maine's towns using a locally driven, collaborative approach: The Maine Vernal Pool Special Area Management Plan

Towns in Maine now have access to an innovative, locally driven vernal pool conservation tool that addresses both the conservation of vernal pools in towns rural areas while supporting development in town's growth zones.  This voluntary tool is being implemented in Orono and Topsham, Maine and may open the door to fostering both economic and ecological health in our towns.  Arum Calhoun, our speaker, is a wetland ecologist and faculty member at the University of Maine.  Her work stresses the importance of conserving natural resources (wetlands and vernal pools) and/or target species (wood frogs, spotted salamanders, and blue-spotted salamanders) on private lands by addressing both human and ecological dimensions.

Photo via Flickr user The Marmot





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