BRIDGTON — Loon Echo Land Trust, in cooperation with the Bridgton Historical Society, invites its members and the public to Narramissic Farm for Loon Echo’s annual meeting on Sunday, Aug. 19, celebrating 31 years of land conservation.

Planned activities include a guided walk to the surrounding property’s nearby 18th-century quarry at 3 p.m., tours of the historic Narramissic homestead and blacksmith demonstrations by the Bridgton Historical Society. A cash bar and appetizers will follow at 5 p.m. The annual meeting will begin at 5:30 with a message from Loon Echo’s President, David Diller, secretary’s report, review of the financial report, election of the board of directors and a special presentation on “The state of conservation in Maine” by Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s Whit Whitney.

After the meeting, the public is invited to stay for a 6 p.m. dinner in the historic Temperance Barn. The cost of the dinner is $35 per person. Reserve a spot by emailing or calling Kelli Shedd by Aug. 15 at 207-647-4352 ext. 301 or [email protected] Registration is also available online by visiting

Loon Echo Land Trust protects nearly 6,700 acres of land and manages 31 miles of multi-use trails in the northern Sebago Lake region. Its mission is to work with the local residents to conserve the region’s natural resources and character for current and future generations. Loon Echo serves seven towns including Bridgton, Casco, Denmark, Harrison, Naples, Raymond and Sebago with an area of 320 square miles located directly north of Sebago Lake.

For more information about upcoming events or ways to support Loon Echo Land Trust, visit or call 207-647-4352.

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