Good news: You can still help combat climate change!
The 2022 Paddle Raises for Wild Acadia 2.0 is still open. If you didn’t get a chance to raise your paddle in person at the event on Saturday night, or you are interested in giving a little extra to help us meet our goal, we’re still accepting online donations.
As Acadia National Park Superintendent Kevin Schneider has said, there is no more pressing issue for the park today than climate change. The impacts of a changing climate are happening right now (remember the monster storm on June 9th last year that washed out carriage roads and closed Maple Spring Trail?). We’re seeing bigger and more intense storms, warmer temperatures, longer growing seasons, rising sea levels, and more. Acting now gives us the best chance at preserving the park we all love so deeply.
Please click below to donate in support of our Wild Acadia 2.0 work in partnership with the park. Every contribution helps strengthen the long-term resiliency of the park–now and for future generations.