The hugely popular jam band Phish made a rare appearance in Augusta, Maine, in October 2010. The concert sold out quickly, but the Natural Resources Council of Maine was there—as guests of the band! The Waterwheel Foundation, the charitable arm of Phish, chose NRCM as the band’s charity for the evening. We set up beside the Waterwheel table and talked with hundreds of concert goers about our mission to protect Maine’s environment. We also invited people to sign our petition asking the National Geographic Society to start using recycled paper in its magazine, and to work with their paper supplier—the worse polluter of the Androscoggin River, the Verso mill in Jay—to ensure the river will finally meet Clean Water Act standards. Thanks to all who stopped by our table and took action for Maine’s environment. Special thanks to the Waterwheel Foundation, and to Phish—we had a rockin’ good time, for a good cause!