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2018 Office Hours
8:30am - 4:30 pm (usually)

* We try hard to be in the office between 8:30am and 4:00pm on most weekdays, but please call ahead to be sure!

207-596-2040
893 West St (Rt 90)
Rockport, ME 04856

info@knox-lincoln.org

Upcoming Events

Call 596-2040 for more information about these programs:

Feb 14 District Board Meeting. 1:00pm. District Office. Public Welcome!

Feb 15 Results of a Careful Timber Harvest. 2-4pm. Bearce-Allen Preserve, Bristol.

Feb 19 Presidents' Day. Office closed.

Feb 21 Local Working Group Meeting. 1-3pm. Searsmont Town Office.

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    Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District

     

    Providing assistance in the conservation of land & water resources
    for our community through proactive efforts, actions, & education
    since 1947 

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    Save the Date! Flatbread Fundraiser & Poster Contest Gallery
       Tue, Mar 6 from 5-9pm at 199 Commercial St (Rt 1), Rockport


     

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    Feb 15 from 2-4pm

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    Free tour with District Forester, Morten Moesswilde
    All welcome!
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    Local Working Group - Feb 21 in Searsmont

    Make recommendations on how USDA Farm Bill funds should be spent in Knox & Waldo counties!

    Feb 21 from 1:00-3:00pm
    Searsmont Town Office
    37 Main St South, Searsmont

    Click here for more information...

    Environmental Book Club - March 7 & 21

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    Wed, Mar 7 & 21 from 9:30-11am
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    Maine Invasive Species Network Annual Meeting - Register Now!

    Friday, March 16 from 8am to 4 pm
    Maple Hill Farm & Conference Center
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    FMI or to register: MISN 2018

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