Earth Day 2021
2021 marks the 51st anniversary of Earth Day. The celebration of Earth Day has inspired people around the world to protect our planet and build meaningful connections with nature. We can all take actions to ensure that our earth is resilient and beautiful for future generations.
This Earth Day please consider a donation to Loon Echo Land Trust to support a future with connected ecosystems, clean water, access to outdoor spaces for everyone, forever forests managed to fight climate change and so much more.
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Earth Day Volunteer Day
Thursday, 4/22 9:30am – 1pm | Bridgton Community Center
Join the Bridgton Community Center and Loon Echo Land Trust to celebrate Earth Day in Bridgton! We’ll be working together to complete a number of projects around the Community Center and Pondicherry Park. We’ll work in the morning and celebrate with a free BBQ chicken lunch around 12:00 pm. More info here.
Please email Maggie (email@example.com) if you are planning on attending.
- If you live in Maine, contact your state elected officials about supporting Land For Maine’s Future. Land For Maine’s future funds were used to help protect Hacker’s Hill Preserve, Pleasant Mountain Preserve, Sebago Headwaters Preserve, Crooked River Forest, and Raymond Community Forest. The program has not been funded since 2012. Learn more about how LMF impacts our work.
- Go for a walk with gloves and a bag & pick up any trash you see. Be sure to wear a bright color or a safety vest, and be mindful of sharp objects. Safety first, always!
- Spend time outdoors. Share your experience with your friends on social media. Tag the land trust or land steward that helps you access your special place.
- Survey and remove invasive plants from your property.
- Learn something new about the nature nearby.
Share your Earth Day celebration!
Tag LELT in your photos and posts on Facebook (Loon Echo Land Trust), Instagram (@loonecholandtrust) and Twitter (@loonechoLT)!