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Ellsworth Sourcewater Protection Plan, Appendix E December 2004 Rev. September 2005 Page 60 of 63

Maine State Planning Office The Land for Maine’s Future Program funds acquisition (easement or fee title) of land with exceptional natural or recreational value. Requires minimum of 1/3 match. FMI: http://www.maine.gov/spo/lmf/ Contact Tim Glidden, State Planning Office Director, at (207) 287-1487 or tim.glidden@maine.gov.

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Ben and Jerry’s Foundation

This Foundation offers competitive grants to not-for-profit, grassroots organizations throughout the United States which facilitate progressive social change by addressing the underlying conditions of societal and environmental problems. FMI: http://www.benjerry.com/foundation/guidelines.html Contact Ben & Jerry’s Foundation at (802) 846-1500.

WATERSHED MANAGEMENT

  • Captain Planet Foundation

The mission of the Captain Planet Foundation is to fund and support hands-on environmental projects for children and youth. Grants generally range from $250 - $2,500. FMI: http://www.captainplanetfdn.org/aboutUs.html Contact the Captain Planet Foundation at 133 Luckie Street, 2nd Floor, Atlanta, GA 30303.

  • Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) FAME has a Nutrient Management Loan Program which funds the construction and improvement of livestock manure and milk room waste containment/handling facilities, including associated costs of design and engineering of these facilities, and the cost of related equipment that meets State requirements. FMI: http://www.famemaine.com/html/business/nutrient-management.htm Contact the Department of Agriculture, Food & Rural Resources at (207) 287-1132 or FAME at (800) 228-3734.

  • Jane’s Trust

Jane’ Trust aims to improve the health and welfare of human and animal populations. The Trustees fund projects which primarily benefit underserved populations and disadvantaged communities, and support collaborations among nonprofit organizations. The general areas of interest include: education, the environment, and health and welfare. Annual grants usually range in size from $50,000 to $1,000,000. FMI: http://www.hembar.com/selectsrv/janes/ Contact: Nancy Gardiner, Program Director, at (617) 557-9767 or ngardiner@hembar.com.

Note: Please check specific program requirements for more information and updates

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