Links- Coalition Members & Advisors
Bicycle Coalition of Maine
The Bicycle Coalition of Maine works to make Maine a better place to bicycle. As a result of the Bicycle Coalition of Maine's work, people living in and visiting Maine will have accessible and safe conditions where they may comfortably and responsibly bicycle.
Falmouth Trails- Multi-use
Recreational Trails in Falmouth Maine.
The Cumberland County Healthy Maine Partnerships (HMPs)
consist of four community coalitions which are funded
with tobacco settlement dollars and which work to
improve the health of residents in every town in
Cumberland County . We share a common
mission of helping to make our communities healthier
places to live, work and play by encouraging environmental
and policy changes in four public health areas: physical
activity, nutrition, tobacco use and substance abuse. Two
lead agencies host the Cumberland County HMPs: Healthy
Rivers and Healthy Lakes are programs of the People's
Regional Opportunity Program (PROP); and Healthy
Casco Bay and Healthy Portland are programs of the
City of Portland 's Public Health Division, Health
and Human Services Department.
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Presumpscot Regional Land Trust (PRLT),
formerly Gorham-Sebago Lake Regional Land Trust,
is a conservation organization founded in 1986. The
mission of the PRLT is to conserve and protect natural
lands and historic landscapes for posterity in the
Presumpscot River watershed and western shore area
of Sebago Lake. Using easements or ownership the
PRLT preserves wildlife habitat, agricultural lands,
and public access for outdoor recreational opportunities
along the Presumpscot River and its associated watershed.
At the forefront of land protection efforts along
much of the northern portions of the Presumpscot
River, the PRLT is the only land trust in Maine
whose land protection efforts focus on the Presumpscot
River watershed and western shore area of Sebago
Presumpscot River Watershed
Coalition is working to restore and protect
the Presumpscot River watershed to realize the
greatest good for the human and ecological communities
that share the river's resources.
Portland Trails is a non-profit
urban land trust dedicated to building a network
of multi-use trails in the Greater Portland (ME)
Mountain Division Alliance has
been working to establish a recreational use trail
along the Mountain Division railroad corridor to
connect our Maine communities.
Portland Water District's mission
is to protect public health, safety, and the environment
by providing our customers first-class water, wastewater,
and related services.
Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance
program of the National Park Service,
also known as the Rivers & Trails Program or
RTCA, is the community assistance arm of the National
Park Service. RTCA staff provide technical assistance
to communities so they can conserve rivers, preserve
open space, and develop trails and greenways.
of Westbrook www.westbrookmaine.com