Frenchman Bay Conservancy Awarded Five Star Urban Waters Grant

Frenchman Bay Conservancy has been awarded a grant of $46,093 from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), with support from the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), for protecting natural habitat, building trails and restoring the shoreline around the Union River. “This grant complements the work that Frenchman Bay Conservancy is doing in partnership with… Read more

Frenchman Bay Conservancy Receives 2019 QFF Movement Grant

Frenchman Bay Conservancy has been awarded a $12,500 Quimby Family Foundation (QFF) 2019 grant from their Movement program to support Ellsworth Community Conservation. Since 2017, FBC has partnered with local organizations to create the Ellsworth Green Plan, a strategic initiative that aims to make Ellsworth a model green community and to plan future growth in… Read more

Protecting an Ellsworth Legacy

Following the purchase of a historic 31-acre property on the Bayside Road in Ellsworth from Alice Jordan, Frenchman Bay Conservancy is raising funds to provide a public parking lot, create a trail to the Union River, and cover acquisition costs. The property that Frenchman Bay Conservancy hopes to establish as a nature preserve for the… Read more

The Ellsworth Green Plan was the “Talk of the Towns” on Friday Frenchman Bay Conservancy is an important partner in the developing Ellsworth Green Plan. Our Executive Director, Aaron Dority, joined Downeast Salmon Federation’s Brett Ciccotelli, Ellsworth Garden Club’s Mary Blackstone, and others with WERU’s Ron Beard to discuss the plan on the radio for… Read more