All LELT events will take current guidance from state and local officials into consideration in order to protect the health of everyone in our community. Precautions may include physical distancing, limiting the number of participants, required pre-registration, and wearing masks. All events are subject to cancellation and/or changes.

Please see event details below and register prior to attending an event.

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All outdoor events are subject to weather conditions and/or date changes. Events will be postponed or cancelled when dangerous conditions or severe weather are forecasted. For more information, please contact (207) 647-4352, for updates.

For hikes and work days, always wear appropriate clothing and footwear for the weather conditions and varied terrain. Please bring water and snacks with you. Obedient dogs on leashes are welcome at LELT events unless specified. “Like” us on Facebook for more information on upcoming events!

2021 Calendar of Events

Forest Therapy Walk with Holon Healing

April 7th, 3pm – 5pm
Peabody Fitch Woods

Join LELT & Megan-Mack DeRaspe of Holon Healing for a Forest Therapy Walk at Peabody-Fitch Woods. A Forest Therapy Walk is a guided meander through the forest to re-establish a truer sense of overall health and well-being. Through simple sensory invitations of awareness, participants strengthen their connection to the natural environment around them. Free, but pre-registration required as space limited to 10 people.

Webinar: What Happens to Our Water? with Paul Hunt of Portland Water District

April 8th, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Via Zoom – Wherever you are

Join us for a conversation with Portland Water District environmental manager Paul Hunt about the natural and built systems involved in local and regional water management. Free, but registration is required.

Vernal Pool Exploration at Tiger Hill Community Forest

April 23rd, 9am – 12pm
Tiger Hill Community Forest

Earth Day in Bridgton – Community Center Cleanup

April 22nd, 9am – 1:30pm
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. Come for the whole event or drop by for as long as you can. All are welcome!

Please bring a mask, work gloves and your favorite garden & yard tools. We will have extra gloves and tools on hand for you to use if you don’t have your own.

Webinar: Prioritizing Climate in Conservation with Matt Markot and Hadley Couraud of LELT

May 6th, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Via Zoom – Wherever you ar

Sunset Concert with Bruce Marshall

August 5, 6pm – 8pm
Narramissic Farm, Bridgton

We’re excited to welcome back – again! – local (and LELT) favorite Bruce Marshall for a fourth Acoustic Sunset concert season. A tireless performer with great originals, an expressive, soulful voice and accompanying guitar style on acoustic and steel dobro, he’s earned a reputation as one of New England’s best. Bruce has opened for the likes of BB King and most recently, Jay Leno.

Bring chairs, blankets, and a picnic.

Suggested donation: $10/person. Proceeds to benefit Narramissic & Peabody-Fitch Woods.

Maine Outdoor Film Festival

August 20, 2021
Hacker’s Hill Preserve

Details & tickets coming soon!

Trek for the Trails

September 2021
Any LELT Preserve

Run, walk, hike, bike, skip or drive- all on your own time and to support the trails you love! The Trek is LELT’s biggest fundraising event of the year. You’ll have all of September to complete your Trek. All Trekkers are encouraged to document their Trek with a selfie or video, as well as raise money from friends and family to support local trails & conservation.