Funding from three project partners in the past two weeks brings Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust close to the finish line in their campaign to permanently conserve Chapman Field and Forest, a 32-acre parcel in Damariscotta. Adjacent to Coastal Rivers’ 115-acre Salt Bay Farm property on Belvedere Road, the property includes forest, wetland, and a significant amount of farmland with excellent soils.
Check out this week’s volunteer opportunities below. To add a volunteer opportunity to the bulletin board, please email the organization’s name, volunteer needs, contact person, phone number, and email address to email@example.com or call 563-3171. The deadline is 5 p.m. Monday.
Busy volunteers from the Waldoboro Public Library will again hang the open sign on the Waldoboro Village Bookshop at 25 Main St. beginning Tuesday, April 13.
Wiscasset Senior Center at Wiscasset Community Center is opening for cribbage and monthly senior suppers beginning Tuesday, April 13.
It’s a Virtual, Musical Spring Thing, a fundraiser for Inn Along the Way and Lincoln County Television, will take place at 7 p.m. on Sunday, April 11. The program will be available on LCTV (Channel 7) or via livestream at lctv.org.
Local community organizations will again host a series of drive-thru farm stands in Lincoln County.
More than post-and-beam frames are built during a Midcoast Conservancy timber frame course at Hidden Valley Nature Center. Partnerships, friendships and new skill sets are regular features of the four-day workshops.
The Waldoboro Public Library will reopen its building to the public on Monday, March 29.
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is seeking volunteers to help construct a sculpture installation unlike any other.
The Pemaquid Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will raise the Vietnam veterans flag at the veterans memorial on Route 1 in Wiscasset at 9 a.m., Monday, March 29 to honor veterans of the Vietnam War.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce a new and improved anonymous tip line, also known as “LTIP.” Anyone can use the tip line to anonymously connect with local law enforcement by texting 847411 or downloading the free app by searching for LincolnCo Sheriff in their app store.
Check out this week’s volunteer opportunities.
People to People, the free clothing exchange in the basement of the Damariscotta Baptist Church, 4 Bristol Road, will reopen Monday, March 15.
University of Maine Cooperative Extension and Maine Sea Grant will offer four free Signs of the Seasons training options for volunteer citizen scientists around the state.
University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center is recruiting student researchers to contribute to a diversity of marine and environmental research projects.