March Programs, Wells Reserve at Laudholm | Environment

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March Programs, Wells Reserve at Laudholm
March Programs, Wells Reserve at Laudholm

Tuesday, March 1, 6:30 to 8 pm
How Bright is Orion's Light?
GLOBE at Night is a global citizen-science campaign that encourages people to record the brightness of their night sky. Joan Chamberlin, a NASA Ambassador from the Astronomical Society of Northern New England, will tell us the best ways to reduce light pollution and show us how to measure light levels in our night sky. Will Orion's shine be bright? Dress appropriately and bring a light with a red filter if you have one. Wells Reserve at Laudholm. Snow date March 2. Registration required. $7/5. 207-646-1555.

Saturday, March 5, 9 am to 1 pm
Growing Up WILD Early Childhood Educator Workshop Growing Up WILD is an early childhood education program that builds on children's sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them. It is administered in Maine by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Workshop participants receive "Growing Up WILD and Resource Guide: Exploring Nature with Young Children Ages 3-7."
Wells Reserve at Laudholm. Snow date March 6. Registration required. $15.
Contact linda@lindawoodard.net or call 207-415-8331.

Tuesday, March 8, 10 am to noon
Environmental Education Volunteer Orientation Would you like to make a difference in your community and inspire future generations to protect nature? Then become a trained volunteer at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. We need your help to lead school and public programs during the spring, summer, and fall. Experienced educators will teach you everything you need to know. Learn about local wildlife and estuaries at a national treasure in Wells. To learn more, visit wellsreserve.org or contact Paige Rutherford at 207-646-1555 ext 110 or jpaiger@wellsnerr.org.

Wednesday, March 9, 12 to 1 pm
Lunch n Learn: Biodiversity Conservation in Kenya Discover the beauty, splendor, and richness of Kenya's heritage, as well as the threats and conservation efforts surrounding it. Dr. Helida Oyieke, marine botanist, Director of Research and Collections at the National Museum of Kenya, and Fulbright Scholar at the University of New England, will speak about the rich biodiversity of life in Kenya, giving special attention to the country's contribution toward global conservation efforts. Wells Reserve at Laudholm. Suggested donation $2. 207-646-1555 www.wellsreserve.org

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