For nearly 50 years, 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. Learn what you can do below.
Support land conservation with a donation to Loon Echo today
- Here at Loon Echo Land Trust, every day is earth day. Be a champion for our natural world by donating today.
- Support an active land conservation campaign with a donation to a specific project:
Volunteer at an Earth Day clean-up near you
- Casco/Naples Earth Day Clean-up | Saturday, April 27th 9am – 1pm
- Harrison Earth Day Community Clean Up | Saturday, April 27th 10am – 1pm
Celebrate nature with a walk in the woods
- Create meaningful connections with nature by spending time outside. For a list of our preserves, click here.
- Join us for an Earth Day hike up Bald Pate Mountain on Monday, April 22nd from 5-7pm
- Save the Date for the 2019 Loon Echo Trek on September 14th, 2019. Hike or run from Denmark to Bridgton over the ridge of Pleasant Mountain!
About Conservation Options for your land
- Do you own land? Learn more about how to protect it with a conservation easement or through donation to Loon Echo.
About our work to protect the Sebago Lake Watershed
- Sebago Clean Waters is partnership of 9 organizations working to protect the water,wildlife, and way of life in the Sebago Lake watershed.
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