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SRLT Fundraiser Dinner 8/3/2016 Brian Boru

SRLT Fundraiser Dinner

Brian Boru Restaurant and Pub
489 Ritchie Hwy #103, 
Severna Park, MD 21146
Wednesday, August 3rd  2016
5pm-10pm

Cost: $25 for a 3 course meal
Carry out option!

Scenic Rivers is excited to be the beneficiary of a fundraiser dinner Brian Boru is putting on in August! They have created a menu just for fundraiser participants – all you need to do is go to Brian Boru’s between 5 and 10 pm and ask to order off the scenic rivers land trust fundraiser menu to support us. You can even get carry out – just make sure they know you want to support us! For every $25 meal, Brian Boru will donate $10 to SRLT! What a deal – we hope to see you there!

To see the pre-set menu for the fundraiser dinner, please click here


Stewardship Training 6/28 6:30pm-8pm

Stewardship Training
Tuesday, June 28
6:30pm-8:00pm

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Building
177 Admiral Cochrane Drive
Annapolis, MD 21401

Calling all volunteers! We need help stewarding all 62 of our easements this year. If you would like to help us do so and get to enjoy the outdoors while visiting beautiful properties, please come!

Stewardship involves contacting a conservation easement landowner, phyically visiting and walking around a property that has a conservation easement placed on it, and taking pictures and notes about how the property is being managed (usually a 1-2 hour visit). Stewards finish their visit, and log their pictures and observations in the Scenic Rivers Monitoring Report Form, and send it to Sarah Knebel (another 1-2 hours). She will be happy to answer any questions you have. 

This training will walk you through the process of how to interact with landowners, what to look for on properties, how to record pictures and observations including filliing out the Monitoring Report Form. It's simple to learn!

The perks of being a steward volunteer is you get the chance to visit beautiful private properties and enjoy walking in the outdoors while helping a land trust ensure that all of the land in conserveration easement is being taken care of properly.  

Volunteers need to be 18 years or older.


Please RSVP to Sarah Knebel at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if interested!


Preservation Paddle 6/21 6-8pm

Join Us for a 
Preservation Paddle!


Tuesday, June 21, 2016
6:00-8:00pm

Discovery Village
4800 Atwell Rd, Shady Side, MD 20764
 

The West & Rhode Riverkeeper and the Scenic Rivers Land Trust are teaming up for a fun kayak paddle to visit West & Rhode Riverkeeper restoration sites as well as permanently protected property. Come join us and learn about what it means to preserve and protect land, all while enjoying a beautiful kayak paddle. Its a great opportunity to meet SRLT staff and ask questions about preservation options for your own land. Paddle will be approximately 4-6 miles.

Reservations: Please contact Sarah Knebel via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to say you're coming and need a kayak, paddle and/or life jacket. We have a limited number of kayaks, paddles, and lifejackets, so let us know ahead of time if you need to borrow!

Please feel free to bring your own kayak(s), paddle(s), and lifejacket(s), but please still RSVP so we know how many people are coming.


SRLT Presents It's New Logo

SRLT Presents It's New Logonew SRLT logo photo

Conserving land is straightforward and unambiguous; it preserves forests, sustains farmlands, maintains open spaces and safeguards water quality.

The public increasingly understands the critical need to fortify our natural land base to meet current and future environmental challenges by increasing our stock of protected open spaces. Government has responded to this public demand with newly enhanced tax benefits.

Scenic Rivers Land Trust's (SRLT) new logo depicts our clear and contemporary vision, capturing a renewed energy for conservation easements. Jointly, simple green and simple blue symbolize the tightly interwoven connections between water and land, conveying our strengthened commitment to land conservation and water quality protection in Anne Arundel County.