Maine Chapter of the Sierra Club

To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth

44 Oak St, Suite 301,  Portland ME 04101 

(207) 761-5616, maine.chapter@sierraclub.org

This year -

Celebrate the Wild

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Sierra Club Maine Woods Campaign


Click HERE to Stop the White Mountain Forest Clear-cut!


What are the Maine Woods?

The Maine Woods comprise 10 million acres of forestland that contain thousands of miles of clear-running rivers and streams, provide habitat for endangered and sensitive wildlife, and include some of New England’s last old growth forests.





The Sierra Club Maine Woods Campaign

The Sierra Club has made the protection of the Maine Woods, the largest expanse of contiguous northern forest east of the Mississippi River, one of its highest national conservation priorities.  The Sierra Club seeks to protect Maine's wilderness heritage through efforts to link existing public lands and unprotected areas, create new opportunities for wilderness recreation, and allow forests to return to a mature and natural state.



Why Maine needs a Maine Woods Campaign

Maine is a state with a rich natural and cultural heritage based on wilderness and a connection to the environment.  Millions of acres of forestland have been changing ownership over the past decade resulting in a striking conversion of timber based industry to real estate investment.  The recent massive development proposal of Plum Creek is the first of many development proposals for the Maine Woods and it is vital that we work towards a long term vision for permanent protection of Maine's forests.

Resilient Habitats

Resilient Habitats in Maine

Adirondacks to Acadia


Special Places

100 Mile Wilderness

Allagash Wilderness Waterway


Public Lands Taskforce



Keeping Maine's Forest



Maine Woods Newsletter

Spring 2012


Past issues

Volume 1 January 2010

Volume 2 April 2010

Volume 3 August 2010

Volume 4 December 2010


More Information

For More Information contact 207-761-5616 or maine.chapter@sierraclub.org

Upcoming Events
Ferry Beach State Park  August 5 (rain date 8/7)
 100 Mile Wilderness Celebration, West Branch Pond Camps, August 8 - 10
 Film: The Meaning of Wild, North Haven, August 13

 Sunday River Swim and Step Falls Hike in Newry,  August 14

 Film: Into the Arctic II, Bar Harbor, August 17
Bickford Slides, Evans Notch Wt. Mt. National Forest,  August 30
 Film: Ocean Frontiers, Bar Harbor, Sept. 21
 Borestone Mountain, Elliottsville, October 11
 Maine Woods
Click HERE to stop the   White  Mountains Clear Cut!
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