About Us

The Lyme Land Trust needs and welcomes your support! Since 1966, the Lyme Land Trust has been conserving the unique and historic landscapes of Lyme, Connecticut. During those years, our rural community has shown that a small population can have a giant impact. Residents and friends of Lyme have donated land, dollars, and lots of hard work to acquire and protect over 3000 acres of woodlands, craggy hills, working farm fields, and bird-filled marshes. The result: an outdoor paradise for hiking, biking, hunting, fishing or just connecting with nature– open to all.  The more we accomplish, the more we need your support.

Money raised will go to a worthy cause: creating added opportunities for public enjoyment of our preserves while protecting and maintaining what we have already conserved for generations to come.  The Lyme Land Trust is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization –registration and donations are tax deductible.

Tour de Lyme is a charity cycling event organized by:

Lyme Land Trust, Inc.
12-1 Town Street
PO Box 1002
Lyme CT 06371

Event Organizer: Kristina White

For general information, to volunteer, rider inquiries or information on becoming a sponsor:

Our Policy Regarding Registration Fees or Charitable Donations Paid by Credit Card

In the case of a duplicate transaction or incorrect amount being charged to your account please email info@tourdelyme.org  or write: Tour de Lyme at PO Box 1002, Old Lyme CT 06371 with the particulars for an adjustment credit or refund.

Event registration fees for Tour de Lyme may only be refunded or amended within 48 hours of the event.

Our Privacy Statement

We collect email and postal information from participants and donors to keep them informed of Tour de Lyme news and future events. We do not sell or give our lists to others.

We reserve the right to publish lists of our participants and donors. Donors may ask to remain anonymous by checking the appropriate box on remittance envelopes,  on-line donation pages or by sending an email to info@tourdelyme.org

To learn more about the Land Trust:
www.LymeLandTrust.org or  find us on Facebook or discover the Town of Lyme.

Thach Preserve, photo by Sue Cope