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Theresa Kerchner <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 15 Mar 2006 13:00:16 -0800
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      Hi Everyone,
  The Kennebec Land Trust Lyceum this year is "Beyond the Boulders: Understanding the Geology and Stone Walls of Kennebec Land Trust Conservation Lands".  Programs are free.
  Sorry I forgot to get the information out earlier. If you check our website the dates and speakers are there. Hope some of you can come. Tom Vining, and books  and information about the Delta Institute will be there once again.. thanks Tom!
     March 16 ~ Lyceum: Understanding the Geology of KLT's Lands 
7:00 - 8:30 pm - Ladd Recreation Center, Wayne (Snow date, April 6th) 
Dr. Robert Marvinney, Maine State Geologist and KLT Board Member 
   Overview of central Maine geology from ancient seas through glaciation   
   The geology of KLT lands   
   Geological features of :     
      Reynolds Forest   
      Mt. Pisgah Conservation Area   
      Parker Pond Headland   
      Gott Pasture Preserve   
      Norris Island 

    March 23 ~ Lyceum: Stone Walls in Maine (Snow date: March 30th) 
7:00 - 8:30 pm - Ladd Recreation Center, Wayne 
Robert Thorson, Professor of Geology, University of Connecticut & author, Stone by Stone, Exploring Stone Walls & Stone Wall Secrets 
   Why are Maineís stone walls different than those in more southerly parts of New England?   
   How do Maineís stone walls differ from county to county?   
   How did Maine's pattern of deglaciation influence the pattern and style of stone walls?   
   Why are far Downeast walls so rare?   
   Conserving New Englandís original stone walls 
Theresa Kerchner

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