This is wonderful news for Maine, and in particular for our state’s wildlife, as it provides permanent protection to many species that rely on the unique north woods habitat, the largest contiguous temperate forest in the eastern United States.
Thanks to the Quimby family for making this incredible gift to the American people, and to President Obama for making this historic designation that will protect this ecological and cultural treasure!
Maine Audubon is pleased to announce that Andrew Beahm will be joining the team as Deputy Director. A former Maine Audubon board member and chair who has served in various executive roles at L.L. Bean for the past three decades, Beahm brings the perfect mix of knowledge and experience to this critical new position.
Join Maine Audubon between June 1 and August 31, 2016 and you’ll receive a Maine Audubon tote as a thank you!
Our new tote features artwork by Maine artist, Jada Fitch, folds into a built-in pouch and makes remembering to bring your own grocery bag easy!
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