Celebrate Aveda Earth Month
Support Our Work Protecting Maine’s Clean, Beautiful Waters
Events & Activities at Aveda Salons across Maine
Throughout April — Earth Month — Aveda salons in Maine promote NRCM's work protecting Maine's lakes, rivers, streams, and coastal waters.
This year, participating Aveda salons will be doing clean-ups of local riverfronts, beaches, parks, and other public areas to raise awareness and funds in support of NRCM's work for clean water. Some salons will also be holding raffles and other fundraisers. To find out more, contact one of salons below.
Share Your Aveda Earth Month Photos with Us for Your Chance to Win!
Prize: Enter to win two tickets for a Hardy Boat cruise. Choose from a seal watch, Monhegan Island voyage, puffin cruise, and more!
How to enter: Snap a photo of yourself participating in an Aveda Earth Month event—beach or trail clean up, salon visit, or making a pledge or donation. Send it to us at email@example.com or post on social media using the hashtag #AvedaNRCM before Monday, May 7.
We are pleased to partner with these participating Aveda salons:
401 Main Street, Saco (207) 282-6200
173 Route One, Scarborough (207) 885-9595
215 US Route One, Falmouth (207) 781-4661
15 Main Street, Freeport (207) 869-4004
438 US Route One, Yarmouth (207) 847-4047
25 Mechanic Street, Camden (207) 236-ENVY (3689)
75 Maverick Street, Rockland (207) 594-HAIR (4247)
312 Water Street, Augusta (207) 623-6209
1 K Belmont Avenue, Belfast (207) 338-3148
490 Congress Street, Portland (207) 773-3100
8 Market Street, Hudson, Massachusetts
Call to schedule your appointment today at (978) 562-2182
$20 donations enter you for a chance to win Sereni's Earth Month raffle basket full of great local and Maine items.
NRCM is Maine’s most effective nonprofit working statewide for protections for our state’s water resources. With an unmatched level of expertise, we harness the power of science and the voices of people who love Maine, pushing for laws that protect our environment. We engage citizens and businesses through events, online tools, and materials. Since 1959, NRCM has led efforts to keep Maine’s waters clean and beautiful. Over the last year, we:
√ Helped Communities Protect Water Resources We created “community toolkits” that provide essentials for establishing community-based sustainability efforts to ban or discourage single-use shopping bags and foam food containers. These efforts eliminate litter and reduce pollution in our waterways and along our coastline.
√ Defeated Efforts to Weaken Protections against Oil Spills Under current law, people who spill oil are protected from fines if they promptly notify the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). This allows DEP staff to respond quickly to spills, before they become an even bigger problem in the environment. Lobbyists from oil companies tried to weaken this good law, but failed thanks to the expertise of NRCM staff members. This victory underscores the importance of NRCM’s watchdog role, today and for the future.
√ Completed Restoration of Maine’s Mightiest River As a founding member of the Penobscot River Restoration Project, we completed construction of the Howland fish bypass on the Penobscot River, the last step in this world-renowned restoration project. Now, 11 species of sea-run fish have better access to 2,000 miles of Penobscot River habitat. By better connecting the Penobscot headwaters to the Gulf of Maine, the restored river provides major recreation opportunities and benefits to people, fish, and wildlife while maintaining energy production on the river.
√ Ensure Wetlands Protections This year, we helped defend a 350-acre southern Maine wetland against a push to exempt an inappropriate development from meeting two of Maine’s key environmental laws. These wetlands serve as important stopover and breeding habitat for dozens of species of migratory birds. We brought our scientific expertise to bear in this issue, along with NRCM member voices. We will continue to watchdog efforts to weaken laws protecting Maine’s wetlands.
NRCM is proud to be working with Aveda to promote Earth Month and invite you to participate in Aveda’s activities in support of clean and healthy waters for Maine. Donations to NRCM are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Thank you! If you take photos at any of these events, please make sure to share them using #AvedaNRCM.