You Can Protect Acadia

Ever compare Acadia National Park to a piece of Swiss cheese? You should. Acadia is a majestic place. But the park is scattered with “holes.” More than 130 parcels of land within Acadia’s boundary are privately owned, and the park doesn’t have adequate resources to purchase the land as the tracts come up for sale, making the lands vulnerable to inappropriate development within our prized national park.


Letters to the editor, July 16, 2010: More Acadia

Environment Maine welcomes President Barack Obama and his family to Acadia National Park for their summer vacation.


More than 6,000 petitions against Plum Creek are submitted

Environment Maine and RESTORE: The North Woods file more than 6,000 petitions in opposition to Plum Creek Timber Co.'s development plan for the Moosehead Lake region.