BATH- The Kennebec Estuary Land Trust invites the public to learn property boundary maintenance on Saturday, April 20 from 9 a.m. to noon at Sewall Woods Preserve in Bath. Participants will explore the art of interpreting land surveys, deeds, and the physical landscape. Led by Nancy Sferra, director of Stewardship and Ecological Management for The Nature Conservancy, this is a learning opportunity for land owners, volunteers or anyone looking to increase their know-how to identify and maintain property boundary lines. 

During this stewardship skills workshop, participants will look at boundary features, review legal documents and discuss how to maintain a boundary line. Sewall Woods, a mixed species forest with shore frontage along Whiskeag Creek, will serve as an excellent example to learn and practice new skills. 

This event is free and open to public. Registration is required due to the limited class size. Sign-up by calling by calling 207-442-8400 or visiting kennebecestuary.org. This is a light-rain or shine event and the course framework is geared for adults. Wear clothing and close-toed footwear appropriate to walking off trail in the woods.  

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