Since its launch in 2008, the Maine Natural Resource Conservation Program (MNRCP) has awarded over $13 million in competitive grants to non-profit groups, municipalities and public agencies to help restore, enhance and preserve wetlands and other important habitats at 95 project sites across Maine. This section provides a look at past projects that have been funded.
|Project Title||Project Sponsor||Funding Round/Year||MNRCP Funds Awarded||MNRCP Region||Project Type|
|Seven Mile Stream||Androscoggin Land Trust||2011||$21,633||Central & Western Mountains||Fee Acquisition|
|Salmon Brook Enhancement||Town of Washburn||2014||$21,000||Aroostook Hills & Lowlands||Revegetation riparian planting|
|Mill Pond Tidal Restoration||The Nature Conservancy||2013||$20,150||Central Interior & Midcoast||Barrier Removal|
|Blackman Stream||Atlantic Salmon Federation, Maine Council||2009||$20,000||Central Interior and Midcoast||Fishway Construction|
|Basin Preserve Wetland Restoration||The Nature Conservancy||2015||$18,825||Central Interior and Midcoast||Fill removal, restoration|
|Scarborough Marsh - Gervais||Maine Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife||2009||$6,342||Southern Maine||Invasives removal|