BRADLEY – The Penobscot County Soil and Water Conservation District is partnering with the Maine Forest and Logging Museum to hold a conservation field day from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on July 22.

Kids ages 6-12 will get to learn about Maine’s forests, wildlife, soils and aquatic life in our ponds lakes and streams. The youngsters will learn in both indoor and outdoor settings while doing hands on activities.

Presenters will include Don Kusnierz, a water quality specialist with the Penobscot Indian Nation; Ben Naumann, a fish biologist with the Natural Resoruces Council of Maine; Nick Butler, from the Natural Resource Council of Maine;s Soil Science Division; and Terri Coolong, a district forester.

The field day, which will cost $5 a child, will be held at the Maine Forest and Logging Museum, located off the Government Road in Bradley; lunch will be included. Advance registration and payment is required by July 10. For more information contact Amy Polyot at 947-6622, ext. 3.


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