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Earth Day 2024 is Monday, April 22

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Join us for these special Earth Day Events

Saturday, April 20th, 8:30 AM  - Bantam Lake cleanup in honor or Earth Day. Meet at the CT State boat launch for a  Trash bags, water and Tee Shirts will be provided.

Saturday, April 20th, Noon - 2 PM  Sustainable Litchfield:   Litchfield Community Center.   Eco education Sponsored by Sustainable Litchfield and S.M.A.R.T. Task Force.  Activities for the whole family including live animals from White Memorial Conservation Center and Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy will be featured along with games, activities, art projects, crafts, a food truck, and live music. Over 25 local organizations  including the Bantam Lake Protective Association with experts on forests, rivers, wildlife, farms, mapping, waste reduction, and nature art will be offering hands-on activities for the whole family.  

Read our latest newsletter

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Thank you to

Our sponsors!

We are proud to acknowledge the following sponsors who have graciously donated to help us keep our lake clean!

Want to become a 

Bantam Lake Sponsor

If you would like to see your business included, please contact us at or click below to fill out our online form. 

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Bantam Lake Partners

CT Federation of Lakes

The Connecticut Federation of Lakes (CFL) is the Voice of Connecticut lakes - representing them at the local and state government levels.  It endeavors to educate the public and to help create an environmental ethic for lakes so that these important inland water bodies can become or remain healthy natural resources. 

White Memorial Foundation
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The White Memorial Foundation is dedicated to the preservation of nature. They help keep our forested area healthy and offer year round educational services to help teach our local community how to protect nature as well. 

Aquatic Ecosystem Research

AER conducts baseline ecological research, leverages relationships with engineering & management firms, actively participates in numerous conservation societies, and works with a variety of state, local, and private entities.  They strive to positively influence the ecological, recreational, and consumptive values of New England's freshwater ecosystems.​

Lost & Found

For lost & found items in or around the lake please post on the BLPA Facebook Group Page

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