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Restore Megunticook
  • Published
    June 30, 2022

    Guest Column: Camden: No one is denying your right to vote

    Robert Wasserstrom, of Restore Megunticook, hopes Camden can still have an open, transparent discussion about the Montgomery Dam, and then vote on it.

  • Published
    April 28, 2022

    Rethinking our relationship to the Megunticook River

    Restore Megunticook is written by a diverse group of Camden residents who want to face climate threats responsibly and are committed to a civil community conversation about the ecology of the Megunticook River. Their views do not reflect the editorial position of The Camden Herald.

  • Published
    April 21, 2022

    Flooding in our streets: the new normal?

    Restore Megunticook is written by a diverse group of Camden residents who want to face climate threats responsibly and are committed to a civil community conversation about the ecology of the Megunticook River. Their views do not reflect the editorial position of The Camden Herald.

  • Published
    April 14, 2022

    What about Harbor Park?

    Twenty-first century American communities like ours should focus on ecological adaptation rather than preserving a static view of our historic landscapes.

  • Published
    April 7, 2022

    Restore Megunticook to a more beautiful, vibrant river

    Restore Megunticook is written by a diverse group of Camden residents who want to face climate threats responsibly and are committed to a civil community conversation about the ecology of the Megunticook River. Their views do not reflect the editorial position of The Camden Herald.

  • Published
    March 31, 2022

    Is Camden prepared for a changing climate?

    Courtney Cease is a Camden resident who worked on climate and sustainability programs at the World Bank and US Department of State. For more information, please visit the Restore Megunticook website. Restore Megunticook is written by a diverse group of Camden residents who want to face climate threats responsibly and are committed to a civil community conversation about the ecology of the Megunticook River. Their views do not reflect the editorial position of The Camden Herald.

  • Published
    March 24, 2022

    Dams in Maine

    Tony Grassi has served as Chairman of both American Rivers and the international board of The Nature Conservancy, one of the world’s leading environmental organizations. He lives in Camden.

  • Published
    March 17, 2022

    Restore Megunticook: Heard at the Transfer Station

    Restore Megunticook is written by a diverse group of Camden residents who want to face climate threats responsibly and are committed to a civil community conversation about the ecology of the Megunticook River. Their views do not reflect the editorial position of The Camden Herald.

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