Mt. Kineo with the S.S. Katahdin Artist: Neil Gallagher, Brunswick How Maine’s Environment Inspires His Art: “Maine has so much natural beauty, and such a variety, that after I had lived here seven years I found it impossible not to paint. It nudges me to explore, and to see more closely, all the glorious places Read More
About the Natural Resources Council of Maine
Founded in 1959, the Natural Resources Council of Maine is our state’s leading nonprofit membership organization protecting Maine’s air, land waters, and wildlife. Our mission is to protect, restore, and conserve Maine’s environment, now and for future generations. For 60 years, the Natural Resources Council of Maine has been protecting the places and way of life that make Maine so special. We work to: Protect the health of Maine’s rivers, lakes, and wetlands; reduce the amount and toxicity of waste to conserve natural resources and stop toxic pollution; set Maine on a path to a prosperous sustainable energy future, without climate-changing pollution; and conserve Maine’s woods, wilderness, and wildlife. NRCM harnesses the power of the law, science, and the voices of more than 25,000 supporters statewide and beyond. Learn more about our work, our staff, and how you can become involved with us to protect the nature of Maine.
Download this crossword puzzle and clues or print off this page to participate in our 2020 Explore Maine crossword puzzle, celebrating the nature of Maine. You can download a PDF of the answers at the bottom of this page if you need some assistance with any of the clues. Crossword Clues ACROSS 1 Maine’s highest Read More
NRCM news release (Augusta, ME) – Six young changemakers from Maine have been honored as the inaugural group of Brookie Award winners for their leadership and effectiveness working on environmental issues. The Brookie Awards is a new statewide recognition program organized by NRCM Rising, the young member arm of the Natural Resources Council of Maine Read More
Time to start putting together your summer reading list, and NRCM members can help! Featured here are books published by our members covering a range of genres, from essay and memoir to poetry and fiction. There are also a few field guides to help you better understand—and find!—the nature of Maine. If you’re an author Read More
Here are some photos from this year’s NRCM President’s Luncheon in Rockport. Thanks to all of you for joining us! [tn3 origin=”album” ids=”2135″ transitions=”default” width=”650″ height=”400″]