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Elmina B. Sewall Foundation


The Elmina B. Sewall Foundation supports work in Maine to improve the well-being of people, animals, and the environment while fostering relationships that strive for social equity and community resilience.

Grass Roots Fund


The New England Grassroots Environment Fund, inc. (Grassroots Fund) seeks to energize and nurture long term civic engagement in local initiatives that create and maintain healthy, just, safe and environmentally sustainable communities. The Fund uses stories, tools and dollars to fuel local activism and social change

Onion Foundation


Our mission is to encourage conservation and stewardship of the natural environment and to promote music and the arts in the state of Maine. 

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Learn More about Maine Organizations

Twice a month we feature participating Maine organizations.  Learn more about the organizations providing educational resources to Maine families, students and teachers.

Thank You to our Participating Organizations

1 Plan: 3 Falls

A Climate to Thrive

Abbe Museum


To inspire new learning about the Wabanaki Nations with every visit.

Acadia Institute of Oceanography

Acadia National Park


Acadia National Park protects the natural beauty of the highest rocky headlands along the Atlantic coastline of the United States, an abundance of habitats, and a rich cultural heritage. At 3.5 million visits a year, it's one of the top 10 most-visited national parks in the United States. Visitors enjoy 27 miles of historic motor roads, 158 miles of hiking trails, and 45 miles of carriage roads.

Allagash Wilderness Waterway Foundation


The Allagash Wilderness Waterway Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation created to enhance the wilderness character of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway, protect its environment, preserve its historic and cultural values and foster knowledge and understanding of the Waterway.

Anānda Yoga


Anānda Yoga and Wellness was created to provide a safe space for our community to learn, grow and transform. 

Appalachian Mountain Club Maine

  • Genevieve Trafalet, Maine Education and Program Manager

The Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment and stewardship of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of the Appalachian region. We believe that mountains, forests, and waters have intrinsic worth and also provide recreational opportunities, spiritual renewal, and ecological and economic health for the region. Because successful conservation depends on active engagement with the outdoors, we encourage people to experience, learn about, appreciate, and understand the natural world.

Aquaculture Me!

  • Morgan Cuthber, Yarmouth Educator

Autism Society of Maine


The Autism Society of Maine provides education and resources to support the valued lives of individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.

Bangor Public Library


The Bangor Public Library strives to inspire, enlighten and enrich its members by connecting them to books, information and ideas needed for work, recreation, education and inspiration by providing excellent service to its members and community.

Ben Bishop Art

  • Ben Bishop, Artist and Comic Creator



Our Mission is to advance economic growth and opportunities in the life sciences community of Maine.

Black Bear Tutors

  • Hannah Rose

Blue Hill Heritage Trust


“To lead in conserving land, water, and wildlife habitat on the greater Blue Hill Peninsula. To teach and practice a stewardship ethic. To promote ecological, economic, and community health for this and future generations.”

Camp Beech Cliff


Through summer camps and year-round outdoor education, leadership and recreation programs, Camp Beech Cliff MDI seeks to enrich the lives of people of all ages. Our mission is to inspire personal growth, interpersonal connection, and a deep appreciation of the natural world.

Cape Elizabeth Land Trust

  • Philip Mathieu, Education Coordinator

The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust (CELT) permanently conserves and provides stewardship for lands cherished by our community—from shorelands to marshes, from farmlands to woodlands—for the education, use and enjoyment of this and future generations.

Casco Bay Estuary Partnership


The mission of the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership is to help conserve the ecological integrity of Casco Bay and its watershed through science, public stewardship and effective management.

Challenger Learning Center of Maine


Our programs are designed to:

  • Inspire our young students to achieve higher levels of education, particularly in the areas of mathematics and science;
  • Encourage students to choose careers more aligned with mathematics and science;
  • Motivate more of our local graduates to pursue technology-based opportunities within the State of Maine.



Chewonki inspires transformative growth, teaches appreciation and stewardship of the natural world, and challenges people to build thriving, sustainable communities throughout their lives.

Chris Van Dusen

  • Chris Van Dusen, Author Illustrator

Clarity Services

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

College of the Atlantic

  • Linda Fuller, Associate Director of Educational Studies

College of the Atlantic enriches the liberal arts tradition through a distinctive educational philosophy—human ecology. A human ecological perspective integrates knowledge from all academic disciplines and from personal experience to investigate—and ultimately improve—the relationships between human beings and our social and natural communities.

The College of the Atlantic community encourages, prepares, and expects students to gain expertise, breadth, values, and practical experience necessary to achieve individual fulfillment and to help solve problems that challenge communities everywhere.

Community Learning for ME

  • Korah Soll, Founding Director

Downeast Institute


To improve the quality of life for the people of Downeast and coastal Maine through marine research, marine science education, and innovations in wild and cultured fisheries.

Downeast Rainbow Alliance

Downeast Restorative Justice

Downeast Salmon Federation


Downeast Salmon Federation’s mission is to conserve wild Atlantic salmon, other sea-run fish and their habitats, restore a viable recreational salmon fishery, and protect other important river, scenic, recreational, and ecological resources in eastern Maine.

Eastern Maine Counseling and Testing Services


It is the intent of EMCTS to inform and support families in becoming skilled providers for their children with special needs. Similarly, every effort is made to inform and support the school system and/or area professionals in their development of programming for such children.



ecomaine provides comprehensive long-term solid waste solutions in a safe, environmentally responsible, economically sound manner, and is a leader in raising public awareness of sustainable waste management strategies.

Educate Maine


Educate Maine champions career readiness by increasing the educational attainment of Maine people, enabling all students to succeed in postsecondary education and in the workplace.

Finance Authority of Maine


The Finance Authority of Maine will help lead the creation of good paying jobs for Maine residents by working at the nexus between economic and workforce development.

FoodCorps Maine


Together with communities, FoodCorps serves to connect kids to healthy food in school.

Frenchman Bay Conservancy


Frenchman Bay Conservancy conserves distinctive ecosystems, lands, and waters for the benefit of all, from the Union River and Frenchman Bay watersheds east to the Hancock County line.

Friends of Acadia


Friends of Acadia preserves, protects, and promotes stewardship of the outstanding natural beauty, ecological vitality, and distinctive cultural resources of Acadia National Park and surrounding communities for the inspiration and enjoyment of current and future generations.

G.E.A.R. Parent Network


As a totally parent-run Family Organization, our primary mission is to empower parents of children and youth who have emotional and behavioral health needs to effect their own life decisions through sharing our lived experiences and knowledge, promoting hope and self-reliance with no shame, no blame, and no judgment.

Greater Lovell Land Trust

  • Jill Rundle, President

To protect the ecosystems of the Kezar Lake, Kezar River, and Cold River watersheds, for the benefit of the natural and human communities today and as a legacy for the future.

Gulf of Maine Research Institute


The Gulf of Maine Research Institute pioneers collaborative solutions to global ocean challenges. Located in Portland, ME, GMRI is dedicated to the resilience of the Gulf of Maine ecosystem and the communities that depend on it. 

Harpswell Heritage Land Trust


The Harpswell Heritage Land Trust is dedicated to protecting the natural and cultural resources of Harpswell, Maine. Our mission is to preserve and protect Harpswell’s natural resources, cultural heritage and access to the outdoors through targeted conservation, responsible stewardship and education

Healthy Acadia


Hancock and Washington Counties are home to diverse, vibrant communities where healthful resources are available and people work together for the common good.

Herring Gut Learning Center

History Live! Northeast

Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine


The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine promotes universal respect for human rights through outreach and education. Using the lessons of the Holocaust and other events past and present we encourage individuals and communities to reflect and act upon their moral responsibilities to confront prejudice, intolerance and discrimination.

Hubbard Brook Reserach Foundation


Our goals are:

  • To sustain and expand long-term ecological monitoring and research at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest.
  • To bridge the gap between ecosystem science and public policy by enhancing the exchange of information among scientists, policy-makers, and land managers.
  • To foster public understanding of the functions of ecosystems and their importance to society.

Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership


Our mission is to integrate science education, applied research, and leadership development through year-round educational programs and a seasonal, environmentally-sustainable island community.

Indigo Arts Alliance


Indigo Arts Alliance is rooted in two principles:

  • Art is a key resource for healthy human communities. It should be cultivated and celebrated.
  • Artists play a unique role in strengthening our multiracial democracy. We need their vision and inspiration to help build a more humane, inclusive, and just world.

Island Heritage Trust


IHT contributes to the well-being of the island community by conserving its distinctive landscapes and natural resources, maintaining public access to valued trails, shoreline and islands, and by providing educational programming for all ages.

Island Institute

  • Yvonne Thomas, Community Development Officer - Education Specialist

The Island Institute works to sustain Maine’s island and coastal communities, and exchanges ideas and experiences to further the sustainability of communities here and elsewhere.

Island Readers & Writers

  • Alison Johnson, Director of School Programs

We inspire a passion for reading and learning among children living on Maine’s coastal islands and in rural communities in Washington County, “inland islands.”  The relationships and partnerships we build are the key to IRW's success.

Katahdin Learning Project


The mission of the Katahdin Learning Project is to foster and support authentic teaching and learning in the Katahdin Region that engages students in real projects in the community and the wild and natural places surrounding them.

Kathryn Kennedy Consulting

  • Dr. Kathryn Kennedy,, 207.751.9778

To meet our clients where they are at and help them tell their story in whatever way is meaningful to them.

Kennebunkport Conservation Trust


The Kennebunkport Conservation Trust is dedicated to preserving land for use by current and future generations, and to managing properties in a way that reflects the natural and cultural heritage of Kennebunkport.

Kevin Hawkes

Learn Around the World


Our goal is to help you create a space for your students to thrive as global citizens.

Let's Get Ready


Let’s Get Ready provides high school students from historically under-served communities and first-generation-to-college students with free SAT preparation, admission counseling and other support services needed to gain admission to and graduate from college.

Lewiston Public Library


Preserving our history, Connecting our community, and Enriching the life of the mind.

Lives in the Balance


he mission of Lives in the Balance is to provide vital, accessible resources and programs to caregivers of behaviorally challenging kids; to bring the plight of these kids into the public consciousness; to address the systemic issues that cause many of these kids to slip through the cracks; and to promote parenting and disciplinary practices that foster the better side of human nature in all children.

Loon Echo Land Trust


Loon Echo Land Trust protects land in the northern Sebago Lake region of Maine to conserve its natural resources and character for future generations.

Maine Agriculture in the Classroom


To promote the understanding of agriculture and natural resources among students, educators, and the general public

Maine Audubon


Maine Audubon works to conserve Maine’s wildlife and wildlife habitat by engaging people of all ages in education, conservation, and action.

Maine Campus Compact


We seek to transform our campuses in ways that develop better informed, active citizen problem-solvers, stronger communities, and a more just democratic society. We believe that our campuses must be vital agents and architects of a flourishing democracy.

Maine Coast Heritage Trust


Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) conserves and stewards Maine's coastal lands and islands for their renowned scenic beauty, ecological value, outdoor recreational opportunities, and contribution to community well-being.

Maine Conservation Voters

  • William Sedlack, Civic Engagement Leader

Maine Conservation Voters (MCV) cultivates and uses political power to conserve and protect Maine's environment. MCV helps pass laws that protect our environmental legacy, elects pro-environment candidates to office, and holds our elected officials accountable, without regard to political party.

Maine Department of Education

  • Page Nichols, Chief Innovation Officer

To provide leadership and to collaborate with educators and learning communities in order to ensurer that every learner has the opportunity to be successful.

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife


We are biologists, game wardens, and educators all in on a common mission: responsible, safe enjoyment of the Maine outdoors. We believe a healthy ecosystem makes life better for all the fish, wildlife, and people who call Maine home, as well as for the visitors who call it Vacationland.

Maine Environmental Education Association

  • Olivia Griset, Executive Director,

The Maine Environmental Education Association enhances and amplifies the efforts of individuals and organizations building environmental awareness, appreciation, understanding, and action in Maine.

Maine Historical Society

  • Kathleen Kneumann, Manager of Education and Public Programs

The Maine Historical Society preserves the heritage and history of Maine: the stories of Maine people, the traditions of Maine communities, and the record of Maine's place in a changing world. Because an understanding of the past is vital to a healthy and progressive society, we collect, care for, and exhibit historical treasures; facilitate research into family, local, state, and national history; provide education programs that make history meaningful, accessible and enjoyable; and empower others to preserve and interpret the history of their communities and our state.

Maine Math and Science Alliance


The Maine Math & Science Alliance (MMSA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that finds inspiring new ways to get people excited about science, technology, engineering and math today, so that our youth can become the innovators and workforce of tomorrow. MMSA supports educators to teach science, technology, engineering and math in more meaningful ways by:

  • Developing professional development experiences for K-12 educators
  • Conducting research and evaluation of STEM learning experiences
  • Building relationships and networks to sustain systemic statewide improvement

Maine Outdoor School


Maine Outdoor School (MOS) exists because we believe that personal and community resilience in rural Maine is essential to the resilience of society as a whole. We believe that resilient, nourishing communities are rooted in the careful study of our history and natural surroundings by lifelong learners of all ages, backgrounds, and occupations.

Maine Parent Federation

  • Carrie Woodcock, Executive Director

Maine Public


Every day Maine Public connects the people of Maine and our region to each other and to the world through the open exchange of information, ideas, and cultural content.

Maine Robotics


To promote growth and interest in the sciences of engineering and computers; to provide opportunities to instruct teachers, coaches, and mentors in the skills necessary to in turn mentor and teach the youth of Maine. Maine Robotics seeks to provide a supportive, mentoring atmosphere for teachers wishing to pursue advancement in the sometimes daunting world of engineering and computer science. Maine Robotics also seeks to provide a supportive system for children and youth to learn more about engineering and computer science in an energetic, educational manner.

Maine State Archives


The mission of the State Archives is to make the operations of state and local government more efficient, more effective and more economical through records management by preserving and providing access to the public the permanent historical records of Maine in our custody

Maine State Library


The Maine State Library helps people, makes Maine libraries stronger and transforms information into knowledge.

Maine State Museum


The Maine State Museum seeks to share what is meaningful about Maine and its place in the world, in order to inspire people to discover Maine’s past, understand its present, and imagine its future.

Maine Trail Finder


Our goal is to help people get out, be active, and explore our state’s treasures, both those well-known and more hidden.

Maine Tree


Our Mission is to educate and advocate for the sustainable use of the forest and the ecological, economic, and social health of Maine’s forest community.  

Maine Wildlife Park


The park is home to over 30 species of Maine wildlife that cannot be returned to their natural habitats

Maine Youth Action Network


The Maine Youth Action Network strategically collaborates, convenes, and partners to build young people’s leadership on issues of social justice, restorative practices, and public health; and the capacity of adults, organizations, and systems to use positive youth development and social-emotional learning principles in their work with youth.

Maine's Developmental Disability Council


MDDC is committed to creating a Maine in which all people are valued and respected because we believe communities are stronger when everyone is included.

Merry Barn

  • Stephanie Noyes McSherry, Lead Learner and Literacy Consultant

In support of our vision, the Merry Barn Writers’ Retreat & Educational Consulting, LLC, offers:

  • writing experiences for kids, and for adults, where participants have the opportunity to find their voices, tell their stories, and write within a supportive community.

  • engaging and timely literacy-based professional learning for educators (both in the barn and in schools).

  • book groups for kids that expose children to diversity in topic, author, genre, and culture.

  • community access to an on-site collection, where children, grades K-8, can read and enjoy books of their choosing.

Modulations Therapies, LLC

  • Carla Tanguay, MA, MT-BC, Owner/Operator

Our mission is to bring innovative music therapy services to Mainers through a personalized, flexible approach that respects your strengths and focuses on your potential.

Mr. Sean Presents

  • Sean Landry, Presenter

Mr. Sean Presents hopes to create a safer world for all people through violence prevention education. Programs focus on empathy and related topics.

NAMI Maine


Through support, education, and advocacy NAMI Maine is dedicated to building better lives for the 1 in 4 Mainers who are affected by mental illness. 

National Digital Equality Center


National Digital Equity Center (NDEC) provides communities the expertise needed to mobilize broadband technologies through digital inclusion, literacy efforts, education, resource planning, funding research, infrastructure leveraging and stakeholder engagement.



New Ventures Maine

  • Suzanne Senechal Jandreau, Regional Manager/Workforce Development Specialist

New Ventures Maine helps Maine people succeed in the changing economy and achieve economic security for themselves and their families. 

Northern Stars Planetarium

  • John Meader, Director

Using our fully equipped inflatable star theater we bring the stars directly to schools and libraries. Our aim is to inspire students to discover the night sky and use critical thinking to gain an understanding and perspective of how the universe works and to better appreciate the vast scale of the solar system and our galaxy.

During this time of COVID-19, the planetarium is closed. We are currently offering On-line Learning Events and Outdoor Socially-Distanced Astronomy Activities.

Norway Memorial Library

November Wellness Wednesdays for Educators

OUT Maine


Reaching hundreds of youth directly to build self-esteem, community and skills. Making schools safe, welcoming and affirming, affecting thousands of youth. Weaving a safety net of informed providers to create safe spaces in our rural areas. Supporting parents and families to keep youth safely in their homes.

Parenting Relationships Research Lab, University of Maine

  • Daniel Puhlman, Director

To generate research and outreach geared towards helping families, scholars and professionals better understand the complexities of parenting relationships and work collaboratively with coparents and other parental figures to raise healthy and happy children.

Pittsfield Public Library

  • Holly Williams, Library Director

The Pittsfield Public Library exists to provide all members of the community with materials which communicate information, experience, and ideas. Its function is to assemble, preserve, and make freely available materials that will encourage lifelong learning, as well as meet their informational, cultural, and recreational needs. To fulfill this purpose, the Pittsfield Public Library endeavors to maintain a carefully selected collection of permanent and timely value.

Portland Museum of Art


Arts. Culture. Every Day.

Portland Public LIbrary


Building a City of Readers.

Portland Stage


The leading professional theater in Northern New England, Portland Stage is committed to creating great art, passionate about using the theater to educate, and dedicated to enriching our community.

Portland Stage:

  • Produces exceptional live theater.
  • Demands the highest professional standards and transparency throughout the organization.
  • Inspires new artists and audiences and fosters experimentation and artistic risk.
  • Creates innovative educational programming for thousands of students and teachers, as well as audiences of all ages.
  • Adheres to the highest standards of fiscal responsibility, while engaging dedicated long-term donors to provide a stable financial base.
  • Adapts and improves systems, resources and facilities in support of artistic excellence.

Project Learning Tree


Project Learning Tree advances environmental literacy and promotes stewardship through excellence in environmental education, professional development, and curriculum resources that use trees and forests as windows on the world.

Redfin Solutions

  • Patrick Corbett, CEO
  • Chris Wells, CTO

Our long-term partnerships establish the trust necessary to foster conversations that move organizations forward. We take your vision to the next level through proven strategy, design, development, and support. Rest easy knowing that your Redfin team will deliver a website that exceeds your expectations.

ReTrees US


ReTreeUS is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting an environmentally sustainable, socially just food system. 

Rural Aspirations

  • Korah Soll, Founding Director

Expanding educational opportunities in rural Maine that develop and honor community while stimulating the innate curiosity of students and teachers.

Russ Cox

  • Russ Cox, Illustrator

Schoodic Arts for All


The mission of Schoodic Arts for All

is to coalesce various artists and community members in an arts center providing year-round cultural events and activities that hold value for residents of our community.

To integrate various organizations in our community in order to explore and preserve our cultural heritage.

To encourage participants of all ages to express themselves creatively and gain a lifelong appreciation for the arts and creative spirit.

To celebrate creativity through a wide range of cultural workshops, events and performances.

Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park

  • Sarah Hooper, Education Specialist
  • Bill Zoellick, Educator Emeritus

Schoodic Institute engages people in responding to environmental change through research and learning. We offer programs and know-how to connect schools, communities, and nature through science.

Summer Festival of the Arts


The mission of SFOA is to:

  • encourage a community of artists of all ages, where children can express themselves creatively through a wide range of artistic endeavors,
  • gain a lifelong appreciation for the diversity of the creative spirit,
  • and celebrate that creativity through the performing and non-performing arts


Teens to Trails


To connect high school students to life-changing outdoor experiences

The Community Caring Collaborative


Our mission is to nurture and sustain collaboration that expands resources and increases hope, health, and well-being for people in Washington County, Maine. The challenges of poverty, trauma, substance abuse, major health issues, the process of aging, or other factors can make people vulnerable. Our focus is on increasing awareness of the impacts of those challenges, removing barriers to well-being that diminish potential and hope, and increasing opportunities to help people reach their dreams.


The Ecology School


The Ecology School inspires stewardship of and connection to the natural world through nature-based, living lessons about ecology, conservation, farming, and sustainability.

The Jack Pine Project

  • Dr. Kreg Ettenger

The Nature Conservancy


Our mission is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Our vision is a world where the diversity of life thrives, and people act to conserve nature for its own sake and its ability to fulfill our needs and enrich our lives.

The Telling Room


At the Telling Room, we empower youth through writing and share their voices with the world. Focused on young writers ages 6 to 18, we seek to build confidence, strengthen literacy skills, and provide real audiences for our students. We believe that the power of creative expression can change our communities and prepare our youth for future success.

The University of Maine


The University of Maine advances learning and discovery through excellence and innovation in undergraduate and graduate academic programs while addressing the complex challenges and opportunities of the 21st century through research-based knowledge.



The University of Maine at Machias


Through our distinctive baccalaureate programs and student-centered community, the University of Maine at Machias creates enriching educational opportunities that prepare graduates for professional success and lifelong engagement with the world. UMM embodies an active community of diverse learners who share a commitment to exploration, leadership, collaboration, and interdisciplinary problem solving. Inspired by our unique coastal location, UMM’s creative energy, applied research, and community engagement enhance the social, cultural, economic, and natural environments of the State of Maine.

The University of Maine Hutchinson Center


The mission of the Hutchinson Center is to broaden access to University of Maine academic and non-degree programs and services, lifelong learning opportunities, and professional and career development experiences using innovative approaches that increase synergy among University of Maine System entities, University of Maine departments and divisions, and that engage a wider Maine community.

Thomas College


Thomas College prepares students for success in their personal and professional lives, and for leadership and service in their communities.

TREE of Cobscook Institutue


TREE aims to foster resilience and improve the well-being of young people, their families, and communities, by addressing the predictable and recurring barriers to healthy youth development and engaged learning that exist in high poverty rural schools.

UMaine College of Education & Human Development


Drawing on a rich tradition of excellence, the College of Education and Human Development at Maine’s flagship university is committed to leading innovation in Maine’s PreK-12 schools, higher education institutions, and agencies that support academic, cognitive, physical, social and emotional development. We promote effective teaching and learning, identify critical issues, conduct research, and disseminate findings. Collaborating with external partners and experts across the University of Maine, we prepare our graduates to engage in ethical conduct, reflective practice, meaningful inquiry, and data-driven decision making in order to meet the increasingly diverse needs of our state and the world in which we live.

UMaine's Autism Institute for Education and Research

  • Sarah K. Howorth, Ph. D., BCBA-D, Assistant Professor

UMaine's Parenting and Relationships Research Lab

  • Dr. Daniel Puhlman, Assistant Professor of Family Studies

To generate research and outreach geared towards helping families, scholars, and professionals better understand the complexities of parenting relationships and work collaboratively with co-parents and other parental figures to raise healthy and happy children.

University of Maine Cooperative Extension 4-H


4-H provides hands-on educational and leadership programs for nearly 30,000 youth in Maine. 4-H emphasizes the importance of building the life skills needed to be successful adults.

Versant Power Astronomy Center

  • Shawn Laatch, Director

Waterville Creates!


Waterville Creates! (WC!) enriches lives and grows the creative economy by supporting and promoting high-quality, accessible arts and cultural programs and institutions.

Waterville Public Library


The Waterville Public Library empowers people and strengthens community through the sharing of stories and knowledge.

Wellness for Educators

  • Dr. Kathryn Kennedy,, 207.751.9778

To empower educators with strategies to enhance wellbeing.

Wells Reserve at Laudholm


To understand, protect, and restore coastal ecosystems of the Gulf of Maine through integrated research, stewardship, environmental learning, and community partnerships.

Western Foothills Land Trust


Dedicated to the conservation and preservation of native ecosystems, farm and forest lands, watersheds, and scenic landscapes for the benefit of wild and human communities in western Maine. Western Foothills Land Trust was founded in 1987 by citizens committed to land and natural resource protection in the greater Oxford Hills area of Western Maine.



WinterKids helps children develop healthy lifelong habits through education and fun, outdoor winter activity. We create opportunities for children to be active, vibrant and healthy in the outdoors.

Women For Healthy Rural Living


Women for Healthy Rural Living (WHRL) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on advancing and promoting the health and well-being of the woman, her family, and her community.