Maine's 20-year-old Land for Maine's Future program (LMF) has preserved more tha
Maine's 20-year-old Land for Maine's Future program (LMF) has preserved more than 440,000 acres of forest, farm, and shorefront and helped build and support local land trusts. Alarm bells about diminishing protected lands in Maine started ringing in the late 1970s. In 1987, a Governor's Commission on Outdoor Recreation went beyond its mandate and spawned a ground-breaking $35-million conservation bond that voters resoundingly approved. Nothing similar had ever been attempted anywhere, and since then, LMF has gained a hard-won reputation for its rigorous and impartial process. LMF's funding will soon go before voters again.
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Clark, Jeff, "Maine's 20-year-old Land for Maine's Future program (LMF) has preserved more tha" (2007). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 3455.
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