On Saturday August 18th, volunteers come together on the iconic Marginal Way footpath to remove the seed pods of Black swallow-wort to contain the spread of this aggressive invasive plant. We meet at the Lighthouse at 8 AM, break up into small groups led by experienced pod pickers who will show you what to do. … Read more >
The Marginal Way Preservation Fund has teamed up with The Front Porch Piano Bar & Restaurant in Ogunquit for an exciting fundraiser. Their Bartenders will be giving $1.00 from every “Spicy Girl” drink that is sold for the month. In addition, the Front Porch will match any donations that are given to us. Come on … Read more >
Your support is needed now. If you’ve been watching the weather in the New England area, or you live in New England, you already know about the powerful storm that came through last Friday. Although the main body of the storm stayed south of us, the winds and low pressure stayed off the coast for … Read more >
A Message to Donors of the Marginal Way Preservation Fund regarding the Fund’s contribution to the Emergency Appeal for repairs to the Marginal Way At the 4/6/2018 quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors of the Marginal Way Preservation Fund, the Board of Directors voted to award a grant of $40,000 to the Town … Read more >
Ever since Jeanne joined the Marginal Way Preservation Fund as the Executive Director in the summer of 2015, activity has been at a new high. She has been generating a lot of interest and excitement about the Marginal Way and building new partnerships and relationships in the community. We congratulate Jeanne on her achievements and … Read more >
The Marginal Way has been closed this week so that Shaw Brothers can safely replace miscolored stones on part of the revetment along the walkway. We will be keeping you posted on our blogs and social media. Although construction will likely be halted on Wednesday due to the storm, the construction is expected to be … Read more >
The Marginal Way, a mile-long footpath hugging the Ogunquit coast, is one of New England’s most beloved coastal walks. The paved path edges the Atlantic, passing rocky coves, quiet beaches and stellar sea views. The path’s 39 strategically placed benches offer plenty of opportunities to stop and take in the views.
Photo courtesy of Ben Hershenson, MWPF Board Vice President 2017
I think Yankee Magazine summed it up nicely! Thank you to Yankee Magazine for posting this on their website and sharing it with us.