Great Works Regional Land Trust: Rustlewood/Johnson Farm Presentation, September 29

As part of Eliot Festival Days this coming weekend, Great Works Regional Land Trust is presenting a short film and discussion of efforts to conserve Rustlewood (Johnson Farm).  Learn how significant the Rustlewood conservation project is to farming in Eliot, Kittery and the region:

Great Works Regional Land Trust: Rustlewood (Johnson Farm) Presentation
Eliot Grange Hall (across from Fogg Memorial Library), 1333 State Rd, Eliot, ME
Saturday, September 29, 2012
12:30 – 3 pm, film showing promptly at 1 pm

View Peter E. Randall’s short documentary, Rustlewood, featuring Johnson Farm in Kittery/Eliot, and segments of Maine Farmland Trust’s film, Meet Your Farmer. Bondgarden Farm‘s Paul Goransson will introduce the film and Great Works’ challenge to raise $25,000 in support of Kittery Land Trust’s conservation easement for Johnson Farm. Discussion will follow. Light refreshments will be served.

Please RSVP for the Grange presentation and discussion so we know whom to expect: or 207-646-3604.

And at Eliot Festival Days, Saturday, Sept. 29, visit the Great Works booth, 9 am until 4 pm:

– Visit with Great Works Regional Land Trust Board members, staff and other volunteers.
– Get excited about conservation efforts in Eliot and other towns.
– Plan your Fall and Winter hikes with us.
– Purchase a new regional trail map.

For more information:

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