Adventure is right outside your door this May with Harford Land Trust’s Passport to Preservation


Need some ideas for outdoor activities this spring? Registration is now open for Harford Land Trust’s Passport to Preservation. The self-guided experience provides participants with a month’s worth of activities for outdoor enthusiasts this May in Harford County. A Junior Edition is also available for younger explorers.

“May is one of the best times to explore and enjoy Harford County’s open spaces. From farmers’ markets to wildflowers walks, we rely on preserved land for these irreplaceable local experiences,” said Harford Land Trust Executive Director Kristin Kirkwood. “We invite everyone to get outside and support land preservation through Passport to Preservation.”

Registration is $20 for individuals and $35 for families and is now open on Harford Land Trust’s website through May 31st. Passport to Preservation participants will receive a curated activity guide linked to online resources and a reusable, stainless steel Harford Land Trust water bottle. Participants can elect to add the Junior Edition guide for activities suitable for ages 2 to 10 and a Junior Explorer button.

Prizes are available for completing at least 21 activities and for sharing pictures on social media.

Passport to Preservation is suitable for all – individuals, families, or small groups choose their own adventure on their own time. Suggested activities range from hiking and kayaking to plein air art and bird watching.

Proceeds support Harford Land Trust, Harford County’s local land preservation non-profit. For over 30 years, the Land Trust has protected the county’s most important lands, including Kilgore Falls on Falling Branch, the Perryman-Forest Green’s Lake Preserve, and the expansions of Anita C. Leight Estuary Center and Eden Mill Nature Center as well as thousands of acres of privately owned land.

The event is made possible through generous sponsorship and support from the Office of County Executive Barry Glassman, Lassen, Marine & Webster, Visit Harford, Chesapeake Bay Trust, and APGCFU.

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