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Great Works Regional Land Trust is offering cordwood that was "cut with conservation in mind" from our own properties.
Free delivery is available to all six towns served by Great Works Regional Land Trust.
You may pay here, but call Bob Eger at 207-475-6730 to place your order.

Out of stock till summer 2015

Cord of firewood, delivered, seasoned


Check availability before paying!

Cord of firewood, delivered, unseasoned


Hat with GWRLT Logo

Support Great Works with this subtle and functional baseball cap with the GWRLT logo.






Fleece Jackets With GWRLT Logo

Our NEW fleece jackets are a great additional insulation layer as the weather gets colder. They feature the Great Works  logo on  the left side, subtly highlighting our organization.







Reduce the use of plastic and paper bags and help support Great Works Regional Land Trust at the same time.

Colorful Chico® bags proudly display the GWRLT logo and fold up in their own tiny bag to be stashed in a purse or hooked to a loop with their own mini caribiner.  Bags can hold up to 40 lbs. of groceries.

$5.00 each

$20.00 - Set of 5 bags
in assorted colors


Map & Guide to Nature Preserves & Water Access Points of Southern Coastal Maine

A map and guide showing nature preserves in the Berwicks, Wells, Ogunquit, York, Kittery and Eliot. Includes descriptions of hiking trails on properties owned by Great Works, York and Kittery Land Trusts, and The Nature Conservancy. Published by the partners of Gateway to Maine: Outside in 2012. Visit Gateway to Maine: Outside for a list of scheduled hikes throughout the year.

Maps: $3.95 each

"Very welcome, indeed! I'm keeping this map in the car." Great Works member
Available for purchase at Great Works office, 610 Main St., Ogunquit (call first - (207)646-3604); South Berwick Pharmacy; Coffeeshop & General Store, School St., Berwick; Chambers of Commerce in York, Ogunquit and Wells.

Settlement & Abandonment On Tatnic Hill

Settlement & Abandonment On Tatnic Hill
An Eclectic History of Wells, Maine 1600-1900
by Joseph W. Hardy

While offering the history of one small Maine community Settlement & Abandonment on Tatnic Hill addresses broader themes and events in the history of the Town of Wells and surrounding communities all against a backdrop of pivotal events in American history.

Price:   $18.95


Forest Trees of Maine

Forest Trees of Maine: Centennial Edition - 1908 to 2008
A century after it was first published, Forest Trees of Maine remains an outstanding resource for people who want to learn more about the Maine Woods.  The slim volume was first released in 1908 by what was then called the Maine Forestry Department. It was an immediate hit. New editions of the booklet have appeared about every seven years. To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of Forest Trees of Maine, the Maine Forest Service recently released an expanded 14th edition. It offers a wealth of information about trees and woody shrubs that grow in the state (and in much of the Northeast and the Maritime Provinces of Canada.)

Price:  $15.00


Placenames of South Berwick

The Placenames of South Berwick

Price:   $18.95