Thank You, All - Another Successful Clean Up, With Many Participants!! Many families, groups, clubs, and individuals gathered Saturday, April 20th to help clean up our beaches, the marsh, and ready the nature center for the coming season. In addition, we held our first food drive, in partnership with Project GRACE. Thank you, all!
Seeking a Few Good Friends! We are currently looking for new board members who are passionate about accomplishing our mission and are willing to commit time for board meetings, committee meetings and special events. >>MORE
Your Support Helps FOSM Conserve, Protect, Restore and Enhance the Marsh With you as a Friend, we are a stronger organization and you are a part of a community of people devoted to ensuring the continuation of our all-volunteer efforts to conserve, protect, restore, and enhance Maine's fragile gem, the Scarborough Marsh. To make your gift, you can download our form and mail a check, or go to Network for Good to contribute securely online now. Thank you!!!
Expanding Habitat for Endangered Cottontail Rabbits Who wouldn't like to see a few more cottontail rabbits hopping around Scarborough Marsh? Shrubland habitat along the Eastern Trail recently has been expanded for the endangered animal. >>MORE
Focusing on Wildlife as Important Indicators of Ecological Integrity
BioDiversity Research Institute is a non-profit ecological research group based in Gorham. Dedicated to
progressive environmental study and education to further global sustainability and conservation policies, they recently released two new reports focusing on contaminants, mercury, and saltmarsh sparrows. Links to these reports may be found in our online library of reports. >> LEARN MORE