Lakes Environmental Association offers outreach education programs throughout the year in the Natural Resources of the Lakes Region Series. The goal of our education series is to encourage a connection to place through explorations of the natural world. We believe that with a strong connection to place, an interest in environmental stewardship naturally follows.
All events are free to LEA members, except where special program costs apply. To become a member, click here. We encourage you to let us know you will attend by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Programs are subject to change due to weather and minimum participation.
Guided walks and natural history presentations are part of the Natural Resources of the Lakes Region. This series is made possible in part through the support of Hu and Ray Caplan and their family, and in part by our members. The Caplans recognize the vital importance of education in all aspects of LEA’s work in protecting the Lake Region’s most important resource and asset: its bodies of water and watersheds. If you are interested in contributing to the education program please contact us!
You can always find out about events on our facebook page and through our homepage. Do you have some ideas of what you’d like to see? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to talk about some possibilities!
Questions about any event? Please email us!
For a printable copy of our events list: LEA winter calendar 2018-19. Note- pop up events and changes to the calendar will not appear on this! Please subscribe to our email list or follow us on facebook for the most updated version!
Natural Resource of the Lake Region Series Winter
January 18, Fri., 5-7 pm, Big Moon Snowshoe at Holt Pond. Please email email@example.com
January 30, Wed., 9 am, Winter Trail work day at the Highland Research Forest. Please register with firstname.lastname@example.org
February 6, Wed., 3-4:30 pm, Landscaping for Wildlife with Deb Perkins of First Light Wildlife Habitats. $20 or $15 for LEA members. Register with email@example.com. Part of a 3-part series about designing your landscape- part 2: Native Plants, part 3: DIY landscape plan with consultation from Lucia Terry from Perennial Point of View. Series is $55 for non members and $40 for LEA members.
February 8, Fri., 7pm, Great Maine Outdoors Week: Constellation Walk at Holt Pond. Please register with firstname.lastname@example.org
February 14, Thurs., 10 am, Great Maine Outdoors Week: Winter Tree i.d. Sweetheart Hike “I’m with the TREES!” at Highland Research Forest. Please register with email@example.com
February 17, Sun., 12:30-3:30, Great Maine Outdoors Week: Porcupine Prowl with Greater Lovell Land Trust, FMI: https://www.gllt.org/calendar-events/2019/2/17
February 20, Wed., 9 am, Winter Ecology Family Fun, free for LEA members, $5 non-members, $20 family maximum. Please register with firstname.lastname@example.org
March 12, Tues., 4 pm, Winter tree identification, please register with email@example.com
March 20, Wed., 1 pm, Welcome Spring snowshoe at Holt Pond. Please register with firstname.lastname@example.org
April 18, Thurs., 9 am, Spring Ecology Family Fun, free for LEA members, $5 non-members, $20 family maximum. Please register with email@example.com
April 23, Tues., 2-4 pm, Vernal Pool walk at the Highland Research Forest, please register with firstname.lastname@example.org
April 27, Sat., 9:30-12:30, Vernal Pool walk with Greater Lovell Land Trust at Heald and Bradley Ponds Reserve. FMI: https://www.gllt.org/calendar-events/2019/4/27