past Summer Programs for Kids

Low Tide Exploration

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Every year, Science teacher Amy Palmer leads a low tide exploration on Lane's Island. A time to get mucky and wet while finding critters in tide pools.  

Island Explorers

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VLT’s popular day camp will be back again. Camp runs from 9–12, Tuesday through Thursday. For more information, click here and please email Sarah at:    vltislandexplorers@gmail.com 

Butterfly Talk and Walk

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Andy Brand, curator at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens came to Vinalhaven to talk about and look for butterflies!

Building Fairy Houses

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Every summer Heather White and Colleen Conlan  take a group out to build fairy houses on the Granite Island trail.  Best for children 7–10 years old and anyone young at heart.  

Hurricane Island Trip

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Our yearly trip to hurricane Island was rained out this year, but we plan on having a sunny day next summer to enjoy this educational, historic, and beautiful island. You will get to explore the former town site from it's quarrying days, and learn about Huricane's history. There is also a presentation by the Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership about their programs in science and education.  

Card-Making Workshop

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Beth Gilford teaches adults and kids how to make greeting cards using pressed wildflowers. Participants make two gift cards using pressed flowers, all materials are provided.  

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Island Explorers

Summer Camp

VLT's popular day camp will be back next summer!  Island Explorers offers three sessions of daily hands-on learning adventures for those entering grades K–2.   These sessions are packed with nature exploration, farms and gardens, Vinalhaven history and having fun with friends old and new! Stay tuned for next year's dates.


Learn More

For more information contact Sarah at vltislandexplorers@gmail.com

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Vinalhaven Land Trust promotes the conservation and appreciation of our island's significant plant and wildlife habitat, our water resources, and scenic or traditionally valued spaces in order to preserve the character of the community for generations to come.


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Contact Us

Stop by and see us!

When the flag is up, visitors are welcome in the office to peruse the many maps of island ecology and visit the Al and Hilary Creighton Resource Room. Located at Skoog Park, .2 miles from the ferry terminal.

Vinalhaven Land Trust

12 Skoog Park Rd, Vinalhaven, Maine 04863, United States

Mailing address: Vinalhaven Land Trust P.O. Box 268 VInalhaven, ME 04863 (207) 863-2543

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