6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Joshua’s Restaurant & Tavern
123 Maine Street
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Get Involved with Local Stream Conservation
The Merrymeeting Bay chapter of Trout Unlimited will discuss conservation efforts for Frost Gully Brook, Mere Brook, and Montsweag Brook at its October monthly meeting in Brunswick.
The Merrymeeting Bay chapter of this national cold-water conservation group will gather sportspeople and conservationists on October 18 at Joshua’s Restaurant, 123 Maine Street, Brunswick. Social hour begins at 6:00 PM, presentation starts at 7:00 PM. Dinner and drinks can be purchased.
The October meeting will feature Steve DeWick and Randy Clark discussing MMBTU’s ongoing conservation efforts and opportunities to get involved.
Meetings are held at this location on the third Tuesday of each month, September through May. Future meetings will feature presentations from Maine guide Kate Farnham on fishing in Labrador and a Yankee Swap in December.
No admission. Open to members and non-members alike.
Please join us.
Our mission is to conserve, protect, and restore our area’s cold-water resources and the watersheds on which they depend. Trout Unlimited?is the nation’s oldest and largest?cold-water?fisheries conservation organization dedicated to caring for and recovering America’s rivers and streams so our children can experience the joy of wild and native trout and salmon. Across the country, TU brings to bear local, regional, and national grassroots organizing, durable partnerships, science-backed policy muscle, and legal firepower on behalf of trout and salmon fisheries, healthy waters and vibrant communities.
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