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    Water cascades over rocks in Tyler Brook along the Tyler Brook Trail on land owned by the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust. Tyler Brook Preserve has been open to the public since the 1980s but now, with the recent addition of the Cape Porpoise Greenbelt Preserve, the Trust has been able to create a four-mile linear trail that connects the village of Cape Porpoise to the Emmons Preserve, where the Trust has its headquarters.

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    The trails created and maintained by the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust are well marked.

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    Trees and cattails are reflected in a pond near the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust's Bradbury Trail.

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    Foliage colors a view of Tyler Brook along a side trail off the Tyler Brook Trail in the preserve.

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    Batson River flows along the Batson River Trail on the Emmons Preserve of the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust.

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    Tom Bradbury, executive director of the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust, walks across a small creek bridged by a large slab of stone on a trail that trail stewards named after him. The Bradbury Trail connects with the Tyler Brook Trail and the Batson Creek Trail to create a four-mile linear trail through the trust's lands.

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