Ask Your Legislators to Fund Land for Maine’s Future
The popular and successful Land for Maine’s Future program needs your help. Over 30 years, the Land for Maine’s Future program has conserved more than 600,000 acres across the state, ensuring that some of our most beautiful and important places will remain open to all of us, forever.
The program desperately needs more funding
To slow the spread of the COVID-19, the Maine Legislature adjourned in mid-March. Yet access to the outdoors is important to our physical and mental health and to our economy. Encourage leaders to prioritize land conservation when the legislature reconvenes.
Maine voters have overwhelmingly supported funding Land for Maine’s Future in the voting booth, but we won’t get the chance to vote this year unless the Maine Legislature votes to place a question on the ballot.
Please customize the message below to ask your state representative and senator to support LD#911, An Act to Authorize a General Fund Bond Issue to Promote Land Conservation, Working Waterfronts, Water Access, and Outdoor Recreation. If passed, the bill would place a bond question on the ballot this November.