A BOAT MOORED FOR MONTHS found good harbor when Glenn Stover, of Brunswick, won a 15-foot Chester yawl in a Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust raffle recently. The elegant vessel had been moored at the Land Trust booth at the farmers' market at Crystal Spring Farm since May. “I admired it deeply every time I saw it,

A BOAT MOORED FOR MONTHS found good harbor when Glenn Stover, of Brunswick, won a 15-foot Chester yawl in a Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust raffle recently. The elegant vessel had been moored at the Land Trust booth at the farmers’ market at Crystal Spring Farm since May. “I admired it deeply every time I saw it,” said Stover, a 64-year-old outdoor adventure guide who was one of 320 individuals to collectively wager $5,600 on raffle tickets, the Land Trust said. The funds were to be dedicated to Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust general operations. Stover, who said he plans to row the New Meadows River for exercise and the pure pleasure of being in nature, said he was devoted to the farmers’ market because he is a “big cheerleader for local businesses” and that the market provides “a good way to get to know the farmers.”

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