Town of Somerville, Maine

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svilleWe are a quiet rural town with a tradition of community.

Many of us are from families who settled here in the 1800s; the rest of us moved here because we value the peace and privacy of small town life.

We are located about half an hour inland from the midcoast, close enough to access its many diversions, but far enough to escape the bustle.

We wouldn’t have it any other way!

The Somerville site is built on the Google Sites platform and features a news blog, calendar, and town archives.

Sheepscot Wellspring Land Alliance

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Sheepscot Wellspring Land Alliance - Home_1202335401375SWLA’s mission is to protect and restore the lands and waters necessary to sustain biodiversity in the upper Sheepscot River watershed region. It is now part of Midcoast Conservency.

Maine Initiatives

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Maine Initiatives is a network of individuals supporting greater social, economic, and environmental justice in Maine through informed, intentional, and collective philanthropy.

From rural people saying no to aerial pesticide spraying to city tenants winning lead abatement, from small towns turning back big box developers to urban residents gaining control over downtown redevelopment, from immigrants securing basic protections under the law to the GLBTQ community securing equal rights under the law, Maine Initiatives’ grantees are transforming Maine.

Maine Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association

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mofgafaircapture2The MOFGA site (www.mofga.org) receives as many as 25,000 visits daily and contains thousands of pages. In addition to their main site, Planet Maine created the networking site for the group at www.mofga.net and their store site at www.mofgastore.org.

“Planet Maine helped MOFGA create a new website that is dynamic, visually interesting, and always-changing. With their help we’ve been able to add e-commerce, to refine our ability to mail to members and supporters, and to make information more accessible. We are consistently getting twice as many web visits each day as we did a year ago. The web site is generating memberships, purchases, and most importantly, real interaction from visitors who want information that connects them more deeply to our organization.”

  • Russell Libby, Executive Director, Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA), Unity, Maine.

 

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