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Monday Night Music is Back for 2022!

Mark your calendars: Monday Night Music is BACK! Join us at FBC’s Tidal Falls Preserve for a fun-filled evening of live music, great atmosphere, and a couple of food trucks to round out the event. We look forward to seeing you this summer, and hope you’ll share the event with your family and friends! Dates:… Read more

2022 FBC Trail Explorer Passport!

The FBC Trail Explorer Passport Challenge is back for 2022! We’re challenging you to explore four trails this summer in Mariaville, Gouldsboro, Lamoine, and Hancock — for prizes! Here’s how it works: Register at the link below, and you’ll be sent a Passport to complete! The Passport will contain the names of the four preserves… Read more

American Aquafarms’ Proposal Terminated by DMR & DEP

Happy Earth Day! We cannot think of a more appropriate time to report the great news that earlier this week Maine regulators dealt a major setback, if not fatal blow, to American Aquafarms’ (AA) plans to build an industrial scale salmon farm in Frenchman Bay. On Tuesday the Department of Marine Resources (DMR) stopped consideration… Read more

Announcing: 2023 Calendar Photo Contest

Calling all Maine photographers! We’re excited to announce that today officially marks the beginning of the 2023 Frenchman Bay Conservancy Calendar Contest! We’re seeking photographers to submit their FBC photos to help show off the beauty of our preserves and support our mission to protect the land that you love. Whether you’re someone that’s been… Read more

FBC & Local Organizations Formally Oppose AA Proposed Large Scale Aquaculture Project

Frenchman Bay Conservancy (FBC) sent a letter to Governor Janet Mills on Thursday, November 18, 2021 formally opposing the American Aquafarms (AA) proposed large-scale aquaculture project and requesting the Governor oppose the project applications. Twenty-one additional organizations signed the letter including land trusts and conservation organizations, place-based owner operated Frenchman Bay businesses, and regional citizens… Read more

FBC & Local Organizations Request Environmental Impact Statement.

Frenchman Bay Conservancy has requested an Environmental Impact Statement from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in response to American Aquafarms permit applications. Fifteen additional organizations, business owners, and regional citizens groups local to Frenchman Bay signed onto the letter, voicing their concerns. Read the Letter Read more

Baker Hill Scavenger Hunt

FBC has devised a scavenger hunt to help you spot some of the most notable flora & features on Baker Hill Preserve while you’re out hiking. Print the scavenger hunt map & key or save to a smartphone to take with you. Each letter on the map marks an approximate location to help you look… Read more

FBC Coloring & Activity Pages

There’s so much for kids to discover and explore outdoors! These coloring & activity pages were created for FBC by Maine Master Naturalist Kenyon Grant. Coloring & Activity Pages We hope you enjoy this booklet & share your completed pages with us on Facebook or Instagram! Read more

Ecosystem Scavenger Hunts

Explore any FBC preserve or trail with Scavenger Hunt activity sheets! Forest Ecosystem Scavenger Hunt Intertidal Ecosystem Scavenger Hunt Use your observation skills to spot these plants, animals, and natural items, then check them off! These sheets were developed in partnership with Maine Outdoor School.   Read more