Who supports LD 1626?

Support for LD 1626 comes from every county in Maine, from people of all political parties, from rural and urban communities, from elected officials in local, state, and national government, and from the more than 90 nonprofit, faith-based, and racial and social justice organizations listed below.

350 Maine
A Climate to Thrive
Acadia Action
Acadia Center
ACLU of Maine
American Friends Service Committee Wabanaki Program Committee
Appalachian Mountain Club
Atlantic Salmon Federation
Bangor Racial and Economic Justice Coalition
Baskahegan Company
Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk
Brunswick Area Indivisible
Capital Area Indivisible
Center for an Ecology-Based Economy
Chewonki Foundation
Citizens’ Climate Lobby–Maine
Community Action Works
Community Water Justice
Conservation Law Foundation
Decolonizing Maine
Defend Our Health
Elliotsville Foundation
Environment Maine
Episcopal Committee on Indian Relations
Food and Medicine
Friends (Quakers) Committee on Maine Public Policy
Friends of Acadia
Friends of Casco Bay
Friends of Katahdin Woods & Waters
Gateway Community Services
Greater Bangor Area Branch NAACP
Harpswell Indivisible
Islesboro Islands Trust
Indivisible Bangor
Indivisible MDI
Indivisible Northwest Kennebec
Indivisible Washington County
Kennebunkport Climate Initiative
Kennebunkport Conservation Trust
Land in Common
League of Women Voters of Maine
Loon Echo Land Trust
Mahoosuc Guide Service
Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust
Maine Association of Conservation Commissions
Maine Audubon
Maine Center for Economic Policy
Maine Citizens for Clean Elections
Maine Climate Action Now
Maine Coalition on Racial Equity (CORE)
Maine Coast Heritage Trust
Maine Conservation Voters
Maine Council of Churches
Maine Council of Trout Unlimited
Maine Education Association
Maine Equal Justice
Maine Farmland Trust

Maine Lakes Society
Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
Maine People’s Alliance
Maine Public Health Association
Maine Rivers
Maine: Rise Up! Be Heard!
Maine Shellfish Learning Network
Maine Unitarian Universalist State Advocacy Network
Maine Women’s Lobby
Maine Youth for Climate Justice
Mainers for Humane Immigration
March Forth
MDI Racial Equity Working Group
Midcoast Conservancy
Midcoast Indigenous Awareness Group
Natural Resources Council of Maine
Oceanside Conservation Trust of Casco Bay
Open Space Institute
Orono Land Trust
Our Power
Patagonia Freeport
Pax Christi Maine
Pine Tree Amendment
Physicians for Social Responsability – Maine Chapter (PSR Maine)
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England/Maine Action Fund
Portland Friends Meeting (Quakers)
Portland Trails
Preble Street
RESTORE: The North Woods
Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park
Showing Up for Racial Justice
Sierra Club Maine Chapter
Solar Energy Association of Maine
Somali Bantu Community Association
Southern Maine Conservation Collaborative
St. Brendan the Navigator Episcopal Church,
Deer Isle
St. David’s Episcopal Church, Kennebunk
Suit Up Maine
Sundew Studio
Take Action Bethel
The Alliance for Economic Democracy
The Conservation Fund
The Greater Portland Immigrant Welcome Center
The Nature Conservancy in Maine
The Ocean Conservancy
The Trust for Public Land
The Wilderness Society
The Wilson Center at UMaine
TriTown Equity and Inclusion
Union of Concerned Scientists
Wabanaki Alliance
Wells Reserve at Laudholm
Western Foothills Land Trust
Women’s March Portland
Yarmouth Community Alliance for Racial Equity