Wednesday Bird Walk with Stanton Bird Club

Join Stanton Bird Club and LAWPC for a guided bird walk Wednesday, June 1st, at Whitman Spring Road. This walk is part of Stanton Bird Club's Wednesday Bird Walks, which are free, open to the public, and open to everyone, beginning naturalist to advanced birder. Come watch, listen, and learn about birds in our environment

Wild Seed Project – Rewild in 10 Action Steps

Lewiston Public Library 200 Lisbon Street, Lewiston, ME

Whether you live on a farm or in an urban apartment, Wild Seed Project will walk you through how to make positive environmental changes in your own neighborhood. With these 10 action steps, anyone can increase biodiversity, mitigate climate change, safeguard wildlife habitat, and improve soil and water quality. In the fall of 2020 Wild

Soils Walk and Talk Field Trip

Auburn Tot Lot 114 Fish Hatchery Rd, Auburn

Join NRCS District Conservationist Jim Johnson to unlock the secrets in the soil. Learn about local soil quality of your area based on soil surveys, testing and makeup. Understand how to use these tools and information so you can learn more about your soil’s fertility and how well it will support different types of vegetation.

The Ecology of Soil and Water: The Importance of Microbial Life in the Soil Sponge

Online

Join Spero Latchis from the Living Soil Network for a presentation on how biologically healthy soil is the necessary foundation for our healthy waters. This talk will explore the vital connections between soil, carbon, water, and microbes. Please email Carolyn at choutz@awsd.org to RSVP and for the Zoom link. This presentation is part of the

Cover Cropping for Farmers and Gardeners

Join Jason Lilley from UMaine Cooperative Extension for a presentation on water quality friendly, low erosion management practices, like cover cropping and no-till for farmers and gardeners. There will be a demonstration on root growth for cover crops. This presentation is part of the Soil Talk Series, presented by LAWPC and AVSWCD. This series aims

Where Does Your Water Come From?

Auburn Public Library 49 Spring Street, Auburn, ME, ME

Join LAWPC with the Auburn Public Library to learn about where Lewiston and Auburn's tap water comes from. This presentation will follow a drop of water through the Lake Auburn Watershed, and into the community. This all age event will cover the different pollutants a drop of water might find, different environments it might cross,

Meet Lake Auburn: Nature Walk and Talk

Whitman Spring Road Southern Trailhead on Whitman Spring Road, Auburn, ME

Come join us on the Whitman Spring Road Trail for a casual walk and talk! We will be walking from the North Gate to the Hotel Loop and back while talking about Lake Auburn, conservation efforts, trail development and more. Bring a friend, dog, binoculars, water and thoughts to share for this morning walk. The

Tabling at Lewiston Fun & Films Festival 7/27

Join us from 6:00-8:00 at the Lewiston Summer Fun & Films festival for hands-on activities, a free raffle, and some watershed info! There will be a watershed surface runoff demonstration at 7:30 with the raffle drawing afterwards. This event will be at Connors Elementary School, visit the Summer Fun & Films festival for more information.

Tabling at Lewiston Fun & Films Festival 8/02

Lewiston Middle School

Join us from 6:00-8:00 at the Lewiston Summer Fun & Films festival for hands-on activities, a free raffle, and some watershed info! There will be a watershed surface runoff demonstration at 7:30 with the raffle drawing afterwards. This event will be at Lewiston Middle School, visit the Summer Fun & Films festival for more information.

Townsend Brook Trail: Volunteer Day

Auburn Tot Lot 114 Fish Hatchery Rd, Auburn

Join us Saturday, September 17th from 9:00 AM - 11:00AM as we build the Townsend Brook Trail. Building the walking trail is the first step in the long-term project to create an outdoor education center. The final education center will include outdoor gathering spaces for classes and groups, information along the trail about native habitats