Marginal Way Revetment Repairs have begun

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 >

It’s not too late to give

As the holiday season rushes by and the New Year quickly approaches, if you haven’t done so yet, please consider an end of year donation to the Marginal Way Preservation Fund right here.

The Marginal Way voted one of the Ten Best Places to Visit in Maine

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

Here’s the latest on the Hannaford Cause Bags benefiting the Marginal Way

Don’t forget to visit the Hannaford store at the 107 Wells Plaza, Wells location before the end of the month and purchase the Hannaford Helps bag! Every bag purchase generates a $1 donation toMarginal Way Preservation Fund.  Mid-Month Sales Flash! Hello!We are excited to announce yourHannaford Cause Bag sales so far!From Oct. 1 through Oct. 15,~ 24 ~Hannaford Helps … Read more >

New Marginal Way Jewelry from On the Main

Thank you to the fine people at On the Main for their support of the Marginal Way Preservation Fund. On the Main at 234 Main St., Ogunquit will donate 10% of the proceeds from the sale of these beautiful items from the John Medeiros collection.

Help us save Monarch Butterflies and Maine Native Plants

Do you love walking the Marginal Way?  Would you volunteer to help save Monarch butterflies and Maine native plants?  Then, please join us for the 6th Annual Pod Picking Day on the Marginal Way Saturday August 19th, from 8 to 11 AM to pick the seed pods of invasive Black Swallow-wort.  Volunteers meet at the … Read more >

Marginal Way makes Headline News

The Marginal Way Preservation Fund made headline news in the York Coast Star this week with their guided walk along the Marginal way including a discussion on the environmental threats this beautiful landmark faces as well as the impact of recent changes in funding of the EPA. Thank you to the York County Star for this front page item!

Read all about it!