Welcome to S.O.S. Maine
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Our 2014 Annual Meeting took place Saturday, July 12 at St Mary's Church, Eldredge Road, Wells, Maine
READ ABOUT THE RECENT MAINE SUPREME COURT DECISION, CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW...
WELLS HARBOR DREDGE IN PROGRESS
The dredge of the Wells, Maine Harbor began in late October 2013. It is expected that 145,000 cubic feet of sand will be distributed on Drakes Island and Wells Beach. The dredge will continue until the end of December.
VIDEO COVERAGE: Click here to visit our Special Wells Harbor Dredge Page to see photos and to view videos of the Wells Maine Harbor Dredge in progress.
Maine is a grassroots, volunteer organization whose mission
educate the public to maintain and preserve Maine's coastal heritage.
Maine shores and coastal wetlands are home to many species of water fowl and other coastal wildlife. The treasured sandy beaches provide vacation destinations and recreation that sustain Maine's tourism industry.
We hope that you believe, like us, that we should take action to preserve our beautiful Maine shores and coastal wetlands. The efforts we make to save our shores will be the legacy we leave to Maine's future generations.
The Maine Coastal Coalition is a subsidiary of Save Our Shores - Maine. The mission of the organization is to promote, through the local, state and federal public policy process, coastal policies that enhance the viability of the Maine coastline and support property owners' rights to live, work and play within this vital coastal resource.
If you would like to obtain more information about S.O.S. Maine, please contact us. Our contact information is available on the left hand coloumn of this page, and also on our contact page. We welcome new members and their input on the issues that pertain to any aspect of Maine shoreline. Have a great Maine day!
The "Inbox" - Tell Us What You Think!
Maine posts news articles
its web site related to the issues which most
concern our organization. We welcome feedback from our readers
who would like to respond to our news articles. We
will review all feedback sent to us and will post your feedback on our
web site, if we find that your response meaningfully
to the discussion.
welcome feedback from all of our members and the general public.
We hope to generate a purposeful discussion on issues such as
sand dune laws, beach erosion and other issues that help educate the
public and preserve our coastal heritage.
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