Category Archives: Advocacy

VT Research puts pricetag on clean water

Economic risks justify action Here in Maine we know all too well how much summer tourism effects our economy. And as we prepare for another busy summer, these findings state some crucial points on environmental concerns for our lakes, jobs … Continue reading

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Water Rally

Water rally April 4th- join us to Protect Maine Lakes! When: Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 from Noon – 1pm Where: Capitol Building in Augusta, Maine.   What’s this about? Supporting LD 178, a $5 million bond to protect our lakes, … Continue reading

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We should be more like Norway

How Can We Get more Immigrants from Norway? Norway has a vibrant economy based on natural resources and tourism with clean air, water, and forests protected by strict environmental rules. They produce oil but have a carbon tax with revenues … Continue reading

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Winter 2017-2018 Newsletter: For the Sake of Maine Lakes

Welcome to the Maine Lakes Society Winter 2017-2018 Newsletter, For the Sake of Maine Lakes “At the end of October, Maine was hit with a one-two punch that began with the remains of a rapidly moving tropical depression that brought torrential … Continue reading

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