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Join us for our October 2022 in-person event. Details below.


When: Tuesday, October 11th | 5:30pm

Where: The Public Works


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Who: Frank Knight Foundation

 Founding in Yarmouth, Maine, Frank Knight Foundation ignites the scientific, spiritual, and societal aspects of learning about trees in the town here people live. They create accessible and affordable opportunities to appreciate trees in the community. 

Frank Knight Foundation believes that our society will benefit when people of all ages are more aware of different types of trees and the many roles they serve in nature. Knowledge of trees creates appreciation and a relationship with natural surroundings that would make communities more pat to plant, protect, and advocate for the presence of trees in their residential areas and beyond.

August, 2020

Friends of Casco Bay

Our August event was a virtual event with Friends of Casco Bay. They answered questions and shared about their work live from a boat!

April, 2020

Portland Community Squash

Our April non-profit partner was Portland Community Squash. Their mission is to sustain a diverse community and to provide academic and squash instruction to challenge Portland area youth to achieve academic success, physical wellness, constructive citizenship and a path to higher education.

July, 2020

Portland Parks Conservancy

Our July non-profit was Portland Parks Conservancy. They staged an amazing scavenger hunt to help get everyone out into Portland's parks.

March, 2020

Lyme TV

We partnered with Lymetv for our March event! They are dedicated to educating the global community about dangerous tick-borne infectious diseases. LymeTV aims to help reduce the incidence of these diseases through research, education campaigns, & film projects.

June, 2020


In June, MOFGA hosted a virtual event and gave a DIY garden tutorial. They answered all our gardening questions!

February, 2020

Maine Access Immigrant Network

This February, we partnered with Maine Access Immigrant Network. MAIN serves as a bridge and cultural broker for multilingual access to health and social services for immigrants, refugees, and asylees in our community.

May, 2020

Partners for World Health

Our May non-profit partner was Partners for World Health. PWH's works to collect and redistribute unneeded medical supplies and equipment from healthcare facilities. This limits the impact on the environment by diverting waste and provides supplies around the world.

January, 2020

Maine Indoor Air Quality

For January, we partnered with Maine Indoor Air Quality Council! Their mission is to create healthy, productive, and environmentally sustainable indoor environments through education, communications, and advocacy. Their focus for the evening will be safety tips for renters!

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