Honoring a legacy by protecting valuable wetlands

Just over 50 years ago, in September 1956, nine concerned citizens met in a rustic inn to discuss the future of Maine’s open spaces. One of them became a prominent champion of preservation who helped forge an environmental consciousness in the United States. She was Rachel Carson. The legendary environmental advocate – who would have…

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