This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Land for Maine’s Future (LMF) program, which has protected more than 490,000 acres of land, working waterfronts, and working farms. We encourage you to explore the more than 100 LMF sites throughout Maine, in all 16 counties. Use our Explore Maine Map to help you find a Read More
Congratulations to Mary Zambello, whose photo of the Presumpscot River Preserve in Portland was the winner of our “30 Years of Land for Maine’s Future” photo contest. Thanks to everyone who entered and everyone who voted. You can see the 12 finalist photos on our Facebook page. The Natural Resources Council of Maine was happy Read More
This photo, titled, “Selfie on Tumbledown Mountain,” was the winner of our “I Love Our Maine Lands” photo contest. “Having family in New Vineyard, Maine, I have spent all my childhood summers in Maine. Tumbledown Mountain is one of my earliest memories of hiking and camping so I make sure to visit whenever I am Read More
Maine’s Public Reserved Lands are among our state’s most treasured lands—but many people don’t know it! They include much-loved places like Tumbledown, Grafton Notch, Kennebec Highlands, Bigelow Preserve, and many more. In fact, Maine has approximately 600,000 acres of Public Reserved Lands in more than 30 separate parcels located across the state. They are enjoyed Read More
“I Love Our Maine Lands” contest seeks photos of Tumbledown, Kennebec Highlands, Bold Coast, and other beloved Public Reserved Lands NRCM News Release Augusta, ME—Now through Monday, October 26, the Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM) is inviting everyone to participate in the “I Love Our Maine Lands” photo contest. “Participation is fun and simple,” Read More
Now through Monday, October 26, we invite you to explore and photograph your favorite Public Reserved Lands—and to enter your photos in our “I Love Our Maine Lands” photo contest.