August 8, 2014 · 12:00 PM
Location: West Branch Pond Camps (30 miles northeast of Greenville)
Lodging: Rustic "Shared" Wilderness Cabins – 3 Delicious and filling meals included daily
Length: Two nights
Activities: Canoeing, kayaking, fishing, swimming, hiking, birding, moose-watching, evening storytelling and games
Group Size: 20 to 25 To Register: Fill out the registration form and return to Sierra Club Maine, 44 Oak St, Suite 301, Portland, ME 04101 along with payment. West Branch Pond Camps
Cost: $250 pp - (some scholarships available)
Join the original 100-Mile Wilderness Campaign partners to celebrate and enjoy the rich natural bounty of this true Maine wilderness. You will be transported back in time as you take in the beauty, peace and wildlife activity from a canoe or kayak or the porch of your 4th generation owned cabin by the shore of West Branch Pond. Sit around the camp stove in the evening with conservation leaders from the Baldacci Administration, Maine Sierra Club's wilderness team, local sporting camp owners and guides/storytellers - maybe even a few of the original funders of this historic collaborative conservation effort. Check the camp out on the web.
Leaders: Ken Cline - Long time Sierra Club leader, Chapter Executive Committee Chair and Conservation Chair and Professor of Environmental Law & Policy, David Rockefeller Family Chair in Ecosystem Management and Protection, College of the Atlantic Karen Woodsum - Maine Woods Campaign Director from 2000 to 2014..appointed to 100 Mile Wilderness Working Group by Governor John Baldacci and led the collaborative campaign to protect the region's wilderness values.
Details: West Branch Pond Camps are located in TOWNSHIP A, RANGE 12 northeast of Greenville, Me. Once registered, the leaders will be in touch with directions and information