Note about in-person NRCM events:

The Natural Resources Council of Maine, at a minimum, follows current CDC guidelines for COVID-19. As a private entity, we may add requirements to further safeguard our guests, staff, and members against COVID-19.

Watch Our Webinars

Since the pandemic began in 2020, NRCM has been offering a variety of webinars on issues like the CMP corridor, renewable energy, Atlantic Puffins, bats, tours of ecomaine, the Wolfden mining proposal, & more. We are pleased to be able to offer recordings of all of these webinars to you to watch at a time that works best for you. Visit NRCM's YouTube channel to view more than 50 of our webinars.

Electric Vehicle Ride & Drive, Portland

Saturday, October 1, 12:00 noon-4:00 p.m.

Join NRCM at the Back Cove parking lot for an electric vehicle show featuring demonstrations and test drive opportunities. Just look for the big white tent by the bay across from the Portland Hannaford! Meet local electric vehicle owners, see the latest available electric vehicle models, and test out some of the models yourself. NRCM will share results from our most recent electric vehicle owner survey. See you there!

Electric Vehicle Ride & Drive,
South Paris

Saturday, October 1, 12:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Join NRCM at the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School for an electric vehicle show featuring demonstrations and test drive opportunities. Meet local electric vehicle owners, see the latest available electric vehicle models, and test out some of the models yourself. There will also be demonstrations on new clean energy technology and solar innovations. NRCM will be sharing results from our most recent electric vehicle owner survey.

Defending the Dark Film Screening

Friday, October 7, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Patagonia Freeport 

Patagonia, Dark Sky Maine, and the Natural Resources Council of Maine will present a screening of "Defending the Dark" at the Patagonia Store on Main Street in Freeport. The night will include a Q&A with the filmmaker as well as a short talk with a Planetologist. Local food and drinks will be served. Free and open to the public.

NRCM Conservation Leadership Awards Celebration

Weds., October 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Hallowell 

Join us at Maple Hill Farm as we honor this year's outstanding Conservation Leadership Award recipients: Dr. Steve Kress, Julie Rosenbach and Troy Moon, Dr. Robin Hadlock Seeley, Frenchman Bay United, and this year's People's Choice Award winner. This is an in-person event, and proof of COVID vaccination is required to attend. RSVP requested. We hope to see you there!

Past Events