Coastal Mountains Land Trust benefits from oil changes

By Dwight Collins | Sep 26, 2013
Courtesy of: Mark Haskell Photography Jan and Eric Campbell, owners of Rockort Automotive, present Kristen Lindquist, center, of Coastal Mountains Land Trust with a check for $ 430 as part of the "Giving Back" program.

Rockport — Rockport Automotive continues to support local community organizations through its "Giving Back " program, recently donating $430 to the Coastal  Mountains Land Trust.

Jan and Eric Campbell, owners of Rockport Automotive, pick a local nonprofit organization and donate $5 from every oil change per month. Past recipients include Five Towns Communities that Care, PAWS animal adoption agency, United Midcoast Charities and Pope Memorial Humane Society.

To date, the Campbells have donated $2,210 to the local community.

Since 1986, Coastal Mountains Land Trust has conserved land through protection of natural resources, wildlife habitats, scenic landscapes, forest and farms, and outdoor recreational opportunities, according to its website

Beech Hill Preserve, Bald Mountain Preserve, Ragged Mountain Preserve, Fernalds Neck Preserve and the Passagassawakeag Greenway in Belfast are some of the parcels preserved by Coastal Mountains Land Trust. There are more than 30 miles of trails through the parcels.

To learn more about Coastal Mountains Land Trust, visit coastalmountains.org or facebook.com/coastalmountainslt.

 

 

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