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Adopt a Spot!

Posted on: August 15, 2023

Adopt a Spot!


🌿🌍 Calling all Nature Enthusiasts! Join our Adopt-A-Spot Program! 🌳🌸

Hey there fellow conservation champions! We’ve got some exciting news to share with all of you! The Town of Lincoln’s Conservation Commission is thrilled to announce the launch of our brand new Adopt-A-Spot Program! What is Adopt-A-Spot, you ask? Well, it’s an amazing opportunity for YOU, yes you, to become a local eco-hero! We believe that small acts can make a BIG difference, and this program allows everyone in our community to contribute to the beauty and well-being of our beloved town. So, here’s how it works: 

Step 1: Sign up for the program!: Head on over to to register. You will find all the info you need there! You can fill out your application, pick a spot from our list OR pick a spot that you love that ISN’T on our list - maybe you have a fav spot in town that needs some TLC. Note that location on your application with your plan and send it in to the LCC!! 

Step 2: Get Your Green Gloves On!: Once your application, location and plan have been approved by the Adopt-A-Spot Coordinator, grab your gardening gloves, shovels, trash bags and whatever else you need. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and make a difference! 

Step 3: Share Your Success: Don’t forget to capture your before and after photos! We want to see your amazing transformations and share it with the whole town! Once your garden is complete, we will install signage showcasing your name/your business name, so the whole world knows you’re making a difference! 

Step 4: Be a Green Ambassador: This isn’t just a one-time event - it’s an ongoing commitment to our environment. Keep visiting your adopted spot regularly, nurture it, keep it clean and inspire others to do the same! Together, we’ll create a wave of positive change! 

So, let’s get this green party started! If you’re ready to take up the challenge and adopt a spot, head on over to our website to get started! 

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