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Coastal Mountains Land Trust Series: From Greenville to Belfast, a 300-mile Paddling Journey
Tuesday, November 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Coastal Mountains Land Trust‘s monthly series of nature talks with the Camden Public Library continues with an exciting look at one couple’s paddling adventure of a lifetime!
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In May of 2021, Jackie Stratton, her partner Nate, and her dog Maple embarked on a 24-day canoe trip from Greenville to Belfast, ME. Primarily following the route of Henry David Thoreau, Penobscot guide Joe Polis, and countless indigenous people, their 300+ mile padding journey included 8 miles of historic portage routes to connect the Kennebec Headwaters, West Branch, East Branch, and Main Stem of the Penobscot River. In this online presentation Stratton will share about how they prepared, naturalist highlights, lessons learned, and what it’s like to be on ‘river time’.
Jackie Stratton lives in Montville, ME and is a self-proclaimed river enthusiast. She owns Waterways Guiding, offering overnight canoe trips and whitewater canoeing instruction.
LEARN MORE ABOUT COASTAL MOUNTAINS LAND TRUST ON THEIR WEBSITE: coastalmountains.org