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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

National Audubon Society’s Seabird Restoration Program

Bremen, ME

National Audubon Society’s Seabird Restoration Program

This group develops techniques for restoring seabirds to historic ranges and encourages their protection and appreciation worldwide.

Friends of Baxter State Park

Belfast, ME

Friends of Baxter State Park

Friends of Baxter State Park exists to preserve, support and enhance the wilderness character of Baxter State Park.

Mousam and Kennebunk Rivers Alliance

Kennebunk, ME

Mousam and Kennebunk Rivers Alliance

Mousam and Kennebunk Rivers Alliance seeks to improve the ecological health of the Mousam and Kennebunk river watersheds for wildlife and people.

Hurricane Island Foundation’s Center for Science & Leadership

Rockland, ME

Hurricane Island Foundation’s Center for Science & Leadership

Through experiential, place-based education and research opportunities, this group inspires individuals to become impassioned change leaders and informed citizens to confront environmental challenges.

Maine Lakes Society

Belgrade Lakes, ME

Maine Lakes Society

Maine Lakes Society protects and preserves the values and benefits of Maine’s lakes, ponds and watersheds through science-based action, education and advocacy.

Maine Rivers

Yarmouth, ME

Maine Rivers

Maine Rivers seeks to protect, restore and enhance the ecological health of Maine’s river systems.

Maine Conservation Alliance

Augusta, ME

Maine Conservation Alliance

Maine Conservation Alliance encourages Maine’s environmental community to pass forward-thinking conservation laws, mobilizes citizens to become informed voters and advocates for policies that protect the environment.

Conservation Law Foundation

Portland, ME

Conservation Law Foundation

CLF protects New England’s environment for the benefit of all people, using the law, science and the market to create solutions that preserve our natural resources, build healthy communities and sustain a vibrant economy.

Lakes Environmental Association

Bridgton, ME

Lakes Environmental Association

Lakes Environmental Association works to preserve and restore the high water quality and traditional character of Maine’s lakes, watersheds and natural resources.

Center for an Ecology-Based Economy

Norway, ME

Center for an Ecology-Based Economy

This group engages its community in developing practical, ecological solutions in the areas of food, shelter, energy and transportation.

The Center for Wildlife

Cape Neddick, ME

The Center for Wildlife

The Center for Wildlife is working to provide a sustainable future for wildlife and its habitats through medical care and treatment, research and environmental-education programs.

Keep the Whites Wild

North Conway, NH

Keep the Whites Wild

Keep the Whites Wild works to preserve and protect the diverse biology, natural aesthetic and intrinsic value of New England’s White Mountain region.

Make an Impact

Native Plants Nature Walk in Robinson Woods — Wild Seed Project

Event from Wild Seed Project

Cape Elizabeth, ME, United States

Native Plants Nature Walk in Robinson Woods

Wild Seed Project

Join Wild Seed Project’s Heather McCargo to learn about plant life in Maine. We will learn about some of the wildflowers, ferns, shrubs, and trees native to Maine. Heather will talk about which species are adaptable to gardens and developed landscapes, the threats to their survival, and inspire you with

Spring Native Plants Walk with Maine Audubon — Wild Seed Project

Event from Wild Seed Project

Saco, ME, United States

Spring Native Plants Walk with Maine Audubon

Wild Seed Project

Saco Heath is owned by The Nature Conservancy and includes a large forested/shrub heath surrounded by mature deciduous woodlands. This mosaic of plant communities includes rare and common native plants and animals. Join Wild Seed Project’s Heather McCargo and come explore the property’s two-mile trail which begins in a mature

Native Plant Sale — Wild Seed Project

Event from Wild Seed Project

Wells, ME, United States

Native Plant Sale

Wild Seed Project

Come purchase native plants to attract pollinators to your garden! Held rain or shine, Wells Reserve will offer young plants grown from ethically collected wild plant seed sourced from Wild Seed Project or from native species grown in home gardens. At a time when development has fragmented habitats and interrupted

Identifying Edible Wild Foods with Russ Cohen — Wild Seed Project

Event from Wild Seed Project

Augusta, ME, United States

Identifying Edible Wild Foods with Russ Cohen

Wild Seed Project

Russ Cohen, who has over 45 years of experience identifying, propagating, sustainably harvesting and cooking with wild plants, will show you native edible species that you can plant in your landscape and also many non-native weeds that offer foraging opportunities. This is sponsored by Wild Seed Project and the Viles

Why Native Plants Matter at McArthur Public Library — Wild Seed Project

Event from Wild Seed Project

Biddeford, ME, United States

Why Native Plants Matter at McArthur Public Library

Wild Seed Project

Wild Seed Project will present the many reasons we should all care about our region’s native flora, and why we should reintroduce native plants back into our developed landscapes. Native plants are beautiful, important for our region’s ecosystem functioning, and they do not need the high inputs of water and

Native Plants Sale and Festival — Wild Seed Project

Event from Wild Seed Project

Falmouth, ME, United States

Native Plants Sale and Festival

Wild Seed Project

Join us at Maine Audubon’s fourth annual retail plants sale designed to help gardeners and homeowners integrate native species into their yards, gardens, and even containers! Maine Audubon works with state and regional vendors to source material that is naturally propagated and easily adaptable to a variety of landscape uses.

Take Action on Climate Pollution — Natural Resources Council of Maine

 from Natural Resources Council of Maine

Augusta, ME, United States

Take Action on Climate Pollution

Natural Resources Council of Maine

Oil and gas methane pollution standards are safeguards that help keep our air clean and our families healthier. Now, the EPA is recklessly rolling back these protections, putting lives at risk.

Oppose Central Maine Power’s Transmission Line through Maine — Natural Resources Council of Maine

 from Natural Resources Council of Maine

Augusta, ME, United States

Oppose Central Maine Power’s Transmission Line through Maine

Natural Resources Council of Maine

CMP’s proposed 145-mile transmission line would harm forests & wildlife, suppress our renewable energy industry, and could increase climate change emissions, all without any clear benefit to ME or MA.

Save the Right Whale from Extinction — Conservation Law Foundation

 from Conservation Law Foundation

Portland, ME, United States

Save the Right Whale from Extinction

Conservation Law Foundation

Scientists estimate that fewer than 440 North Atlantic right whales remain on Earth. If we don’t act now, this already endangered species could become extinct in our lifetimes. Take action now!

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