The South Portland Land Trust is a private, nonprofit land trust dedicated to these key goals:
Create and support a network of trails interlinking South Portland neighborhoods to each other and to the trails of adjoining communities.
Engage the community in park and trail use, open space protection, trail building and land stewardship.
Encourage and support the acquisition of the priority open spaces.
Sawyer Marsh Photo by Denise Michaud
News, Announcements and Volunteer Opportunities
Trout Brook Trail Guided Walk
Date: October 3, 2015
Meeting Location: Where Trout brook goes under Boothby Avenue. This is the section of Boothby Avenue between Lawrence Lano and Beaufort Streets.
Description: Join prior SPLT Program Manager, Jon Dore and Wendy Garland for an informative nature walk in a beautiful South Portland nature preserve.
Register to run or walk --- or sign up to volunteer:
The Bug Light 5K Run & Walk 2015
Sunday, October 11th at 9 am
This event supports the park, trail and historical preservation projects of the South Portland Land Trust and the South Portland Historical Society. For More Information and to register, go to:
To Volunteer email Cindy at email@example.com
Proposed Hinckley Connector Trail
The South Portland Land Trust would like to create a trail to connect Hinckley Park with the Greenbelt Walkway on Broadway. Please join us for a public meeting to learn more and support this effort.
Time: 6:30 pm
Date: October 13, 2015
Location: South Portland Community Center - Senior Wing
South Portland Land Trust Annual Meeting
SPLT members, South Portland residents - all are invited to the Meeting
Time: 6:30 pm
Date: November 11, 2015
Location: To be Announced
Celebrated National Public Lands Day with September 26, 2015 Trout Brook Trail Maintenance
As part of National Public Trails Day, the South Portland Land Trust oversaw trail maintenance at Trout Brook including the reconditioning of steep section of the Trail.