Date(s) - November 6, 2022
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
East Main Street & Granite Street
Stop by Cousins River Fields & Marsh to take a guided tour of the salt marsh. Enjoy snacks, drinks, a farmers’ market, corn hole and a fire!
Join Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Freeport Conservation Trust, Royal River Conservation Trust, and Portland’s Liquid Riot Bottling Company to see firsthand how we can make the important Cousins River salt marshes more resilient to climate change right here in Yarmouth—all while enjoying an afternoon of tasty local snacks, craft vendors from the Yarmouth Farmer’s Market, drinks provided by Liquid Riot, and a bonfire (marshmallows included!).
Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Royal River Conservation Trust, and Freeport Conservation Trust, are working together to develop this former farm into a community resource and to protect the river’s 220-acre marsh system. Portland’s craft distillery, Liquid Riot, is joining us to support a cause they strongly believe in.
Drop in between 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. We’ll be leading guided tours of the salt marsh throughout the afternoon and answering your questions about the vulnerable but critical ecosystems that flourish here.
This event is free and open to all ages.
Drinks, food, and local craft items will be available for purchase. (Credit cards accepted on-site.)
Rain date: Sunday, November 13, 1 pm – 4 pm.
Yarmouth Farmer’s Market vendors:
Tasty treats, produce, and crafts will be available from some of your favorite Farmer’s Market vendors! Be sure to bring a tote (or two) for your purchases.
Liberation Farms, Somali Bantu Community Association – produce and grains
Noisy Acres Farm – beautiful goat’s milk soaps and chevre
Tender Soles Farm – seasonal produce, apples, cider
Totsey’s Bake Shop – mostly sweet treats
Scratch Farm – picked and fermented foods, produce
Hansel’s Orchards – Macintosh and Cortland apples
Rocky Coast Cheesecake – yummy cheesecakes in seasonal flavors
Niyat Catering – Ethiopian food to eat there or pack to take home
Protecting this valuable salt marsh is making Yarmouth’s coast more resilient to climate change.