Everything you need to know is in the poster. We’re excited to once again be chosen to benefit from The Fabulous Find’s “Donate and Shop” program. We’ll be one of three not-for-profits that benefit from sales and donations collected during the month of August. Last time they included us, the Marginal Way Preservation Fund received … Read more >
Thank you everyone for your participation in this great event. Everyone had a fantastic time. Sally Struthers told some great stories and shared some of her favorite adventures. We are deeply grateful to all of you for making this such a phenomonal success.
Jason Jutras has offered to give a talk on the Geology of the Marginal Way. Please meet Jason at the Geology Sign @ 12 noon
Here we go! Beginning this Saturday, June 1st, every Hannaford Helps Bag sold at the Hannaford store location at 107 Wells Plaza, Wells ME will generate a $1 donation during the month of June to support Marginal Way Preservation Fund! Hannaford Helps bags with the “Good Karma” message can be found on the reusable bag … Read more >
Thank you to Dennis Hardy from Wells who shared this beautiful old post card with us recently.
All tickets purchased will be made available at the Leavitt Theater “will call”.All ticket purchases are final. Thank you to our sponsor: We’re sorry, but on-line ticket sales are closed. Tickets will be available at the door for $30.00. Cash only will be accepted. There will be no ability for us to accept credit cards.
The York County Coast Star has published an article about the Marginal Way’s efforts to elminate invasive species like the black swallow-wort which has been a difficult, ongoing challenge for the Marginal Way. The following is from that article: Black swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum nigrum) is a particularly insidious, invasive vine that is twining its way along … Read more >
York County Coast Star published a great article about the damage done by the March nor’easter and progress and plans to finish repairing that damage. OGUNQUIT – The series of March Nor’easters that pummeled the Maine coastline caused nearly half a million dollars in damage to the Marginal Way in Ogunquit, shifting and eroding rocks, … Read more >
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 >
On Saturday, June 23, 2018, donors and guests from all over the country gathered at the Memorial Plaque Site on the Marginal Way to dedicate the newest plaque, Plaque Three which was filled at the end of 2017 with its 25th donor. Executive Director, Jeanne Roche, and Executive Board Chair, Paul Breen, both spoke, expressing … Read more >