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2019 Summer Office Hours
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30pm (mostly)
Wed: 9:00am - 2:30pm

* We try hard to be in the office between 8:30am and 4:30pm from Mon-Thu, but please call ahead to be sure!

893 West St (Rt 90)
Rockport, ME 04856


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    Environmental Book Club -   

    January Book Club is Full.
    Call 596-2040 or email julie@knox-lincoln.org for info about the March session

    The Songs of Trees by George David Haskell

    Winner of 2018 John Burroughs Award for Natural History Writing

    Join Rebecca Jacobs, Program Manager of Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District, and Yvonne Gloede, Librarian of the Bremen Public Library for the January Environmental Book Club.   

    George David Haskell’s award-winning book, The Songs of Trees: Stories from Nature's Great Connectors, will be their guide in connecting readers to the scientific, as well as the mysterious, world of trees.


    Where?  Bremen Public Library, 204 Waldoboro Rd, Bremen, ME

    When? Wednesdays from Noon -1:30 PM on Jan. 2, 16 & 30, 2019. 

    Snow date: February 6

    Please feel free to bring a bagged lunch for this in-depth conversation about one of Maine’s greatest natural resources—trees!
    See your local library to request a copy.

    FMI and to register, contact Julie at (207) 596-2040 or Julie@knox-lincoln.org


    More info about the book from Penguin Random House:
    "Scientific, lyrical, and contemplative, Haskell reveals the biological connections that underpin all life. In a world beset by barriers, he reminds us that life’s substance and beauty emerge from relationship and interdependence."