We are thrilled to welcome Maine photographer and former Groton resident Ken Janes to a webinar on December 4, 2020, to share images and stories featured in his newly published book “Life List: Field Notes of a Maine Birdwatcher”. Ken’s book features a year of birds photographed in great beauty and detail, and was recently awarded as the 2020 Book of the Year by the Independent Publishers of New England.
GCT members may register for free, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to check the status of your membership.
Groton community members can register through the Prescott School Community Center by clicking here.
September 26 and 27, 2020 – On Your Own!
This 10+ mile hike through the conservation lands in Groton gives you a wilder look at our town, at your own pace. To maintain physical distancing, participants will go on their own schedule over the two day weekend and convene via Zoom on Monday September 28 to share stories and photos. For more information, please contact Mark.
New Free Event! Groton Conservation Trust is partnering with the Prescott School Community Center to welcome experts from the Climate Change Initiative as they present their ENROADS climate simulation to our community. Participants will have a hands-on interactive experience to learn about climate impacts first hand. This presentation is made possible with a grant from the Groton Commissioners of Trust. Please click here to register for this free special event. Space is limited!