Last week President Trump signed a historic bipartisan bill to protect the environment. With the stroke of a pen the Natural Resources Management Act has been passed! The bill passed in the Senate, 92-8, and then in the House, 363-62, before landing on the President's desk. This bipartisan action permanently reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF).

News Release | Environment Maine

CMP Corridor Opponents Request DEP Slow Down, "Stop Rushing Process"

Two groups leading the fight against Central Maine Power's massive corridor proposal have requested that the Maine Dept. of Environmental Protection stop rushing through its consideration of the largest energy project in Maine's history.

News Release | Environment America

Senate votes to renew Land & Water Conservation Fund

The U.S. Senate passed a public lands package today that permanently reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), a historically bipartisan program that has funded projects in all 50 states since its inception in 1965. The program, which expired last September, has supported everything from the expansion and maintenance of local parks and recreation centers to national forests, national parks and historical sites.

News Release | Environment Maine

U.S. Senate fails to renew Land and Water Conservation Fund

Today, the Senate passed a Continuing Resolution that funds the government into February, but fails to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), a successful bipartisan conservation and recreation program that has funded projects in all 50 states since it began in 1965. The program, which expired in September and now remains dormant, supported everything from the expansion and maintenance of local parks and recreation centers, to national forests, national parks and historical sites.