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Given the success of the Earth Day event every year and the continued enthusiasm from the community in caring for shared open space, SPLT—in partnership with the South Portland Parks Department—is excited to announce Earth Week 2019: an eight-day series of environmental activities!
The South Portland Land Trust is once again organizing a citywide Earth Day cleanup. The public, other non-profits, and businesses are invited to take part in the annual celebration of the planet. Check in at Mill Creek Park opposite Hannaford between 8:30 -- 11:30 a.m. to sign in and get some morning refreshments!
Join us at South Portland High School to celebrate Earth Week by viewing three inspiring nature films. Free and open to the public. Showing "Negotiating with Nature" followed by an open discussion with film creator Stefan van Norden!
Join the South Portland Land Trust at the Southworth Planetarium on Friday, April 26th from 6:00 - 7:00 pm. We will be showing the film "Fragile Planet" and will take a tour of the night sky.
Join the South Portland Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department and the South Portland Land Trust in celebrating the Earth and all we have done throughout Earth Week to clean up our communities. The event will take place from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at the Redbank Community Center.
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Our vision: abundant open space & linked trail networks.
The South Portland Land Trust is committed to linking neighborhoods and improving quality of life in South Portland by expanding and maintaining trail networks and by conserving open spaces that are significant historically, educationally, recreationally, or ecologically.
Your Help Is Vital
Your tax-deductible membership supports our efforts to preserve open space, build recreational trails and improve the quality of life in our community.
With your investment, you'll receive:
- A South Portland Trail Map & Guide
- An email newsletter that provides updates and invitations to get involved yourself, and
- Peace of mind knowing that you're creating a more lasting and beautiful city for yourself, your family, your neighbors, and the many visitors who who value our natural surroundings.