Maine Audubon and Patagonia Freeport Join Forces for the Endangered Species Act

Shop and save has new meaning this month as Maine Audubon and Patagonia team up to protect the Endangered Species Act.

Shoppers at the Patagonia Freeport store (100 Main Street, Freeport) are now greeted near the doors by an Endangered Species Act (ESA) display, featuring free “trading cards” with information about all ten of Maine’s Federally Endangered or Threatened species, and an iPad kiosk allowing visitors to send an email in support of the ESA directly to their representatives in Congress.

We’re proud to join Patagonia in the protection of this bedrock environmental law. Patagonia sued the Trump Administration last year when the Department of the Interior announced its intent to weaken the ESA.

Please stop by the Patagonia Freeport store to learn about Maine’s endangered and threatened wildlife, collect the cards, and tell Congress to restore this important law. (If you’re not in the Freeport area, you can still take action by clicking here.)