Sales Flash! Hello, We are so excited to announce your bag sales from your first week in this month’s Hannaford Cause Bag program! From October 1-9, ~ 18 ~ Hannaford Helps bag(s) sold which equals a $18.00 donation to Marginal Way Preservation Fund! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Morgan … Read more >
Marginal Way Preservation Fund will receive $1 for every Hannaford Helps bag sold at the Wells store location on Rt. 1 during the month of October 2017. Please support the Marginal Way Preservation Fund and keep the plastic bags out of the landfills.
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.
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 >
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!
On Friday, July 28th, we would love to share a guided walk along the Marginal Way on this beautiful Friday morning. Please join us for a delightful and informative event and learn about how climate change is affecting our coastline. Read the full post for more information.
Think you can make a prize winning meatloaf? Join us on Sunday, April 23rd at Bintliff’s Restaurant in Ogunquit from 5pm to 8pm. Call Jeanne Roche at 207-641-2200 to enter yours or come and enjoy prizes, a raffle and a silent auction, which all benefits the Marginal Way Preservation Fund.
Julie Barnes and her family have been coming to Ogunquit for so many years that her 17-year-old son Nate once quipped, “If it’s not Ogunquit, it’s not vacation!” Their affection for the area includes a special fondness for the Marginal Way. “I have brought every single one of my friends up there,” said Julie from … Read more >
This is what it feels like to be a seabird, a poet, a pirate, on top of the world. To take a vertiginous walk on the edge of beauty, high over the ocean, while waves pound rocks into sculptures far below, and toss starfish and tiny shells into tidal pools scooped out like cauldrons brewing … Read more >
A section of the Marginal Way between Benches #10 (@ the Lighthouse) and bench #12 will be closed for a two week period to facilitate reconstruction of the eroded embankment and the installation of a new revetment .The date for start of construction will be announced inn the next few days.
Detour signs will be posted to advise walkers of an alternate route while this construction is underway .