Captain Sandy's Mark courtesy of the Maine Historical Society Francis Small Heritage Trust, Inc.
PO Box 414 · Limerick ME 04048 · 207-221-0853 · www.FSHT.org
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Snow Shoe Hike
February 14, 2015
10 AM to Noon

Sawyer Mountain Trailhead on Route 117 in Limington
(2.5 miles south of Route 25, or 2.4 miles north of Route 11)
Free and open to the public.
Hot chocolate will be served after the hike!
If you need to borrow snowshoes, please call in advance and we will try to get you some.

Fall Newsletter now available on-line
Riverfront property protected - Gerry Easement
Maine High Court rules for FSHT in tax-exempt case
New part-time Executive Director
Tom Adelman joins the FSHT Board
Eagle Scout repairs cemetery
Annual meeting
Recent Happenings: Heath hike, JMG hike, & Sense of Place
FSHT to celebrate 25 years - Some thoughts looking back...

 

Man, Beast, and Machine
FSHT has released a seven-minute video highlighting the low-impact forestry workshop held in 2013.

Highlands from Coffin Hill Road - photo credit Dick Jarrett
The Sawyer Mountain Highlands as viewed from Coffin Hill Road

      The Francis Small Heritage Trust is a private, not-for-profit conservation land trust that was founded in 1990.   We obtain land and easements for public access and traditional uses such as hiking, hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiles on existing trails.   The Trust owns 1472 acres and holds easements on an additional 308 acres, all in Northern York County, Maine.

      The Trust also sponsors educational programs where school groups can explore beaver dams, old foundations, natural areas, and hiking trails.

      The Trust is staffed mainly by volunteers and is funded by memberships, contributions, and grants.   There are no program fees to use Trust lands.

      Please use the tabs to the left to explore the Trust lands and offerings.


Our Mission...
      The mission of the Francis Small Heritage Trust is to conserve natural resources and provide for public access.

... and how we carry it out

 


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