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Friends of Midcoast Maine

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Community Improvement & Capacity Building, Economic Development, Environment

Mission: To preserve the Mid-Coast regions quality of life, the social and economic vitality, the small-town character and the historic assets of the midcoast by promoting a regional smart growth approach to land-use and transportation planning, decision-making and resource management.

Target demographics: build strong communities through public engagement and smart growth tools

Direct beneficiaries per year: dozens of communities in the midcoast.

Geographic areas served: midcoast Maine

Programs: City, town & regional planning, facilitating meetings & workshops, conducting visioning sessions, providing place-making & walkability audits and enhancing public engagement.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I have been involved with this organization since 2003. In that time I have watched them grow and evolve to meet the needs of Maine's midcaost communities. Like many non-profits they have struggled through tough economic times, but FMM has been fortunate to emerge a stronger organization! One area in particular that distinguishes the work of FMM, is their focus on bringing community members to the table and effectively engaging them in the discussion. This ability to build community through the process will become even more critical as we face the many challenges ahead in our effort to build sustainable communities and preserve our quality of place.


Board Member

Rating: 5

FMM is a unique resource to the small communitites along the midcoast of Maine. It is a technically-skilled and objective organization that is bridging the need for combining the technical components of community planning with the social/political decision-making components of managing change. Addressing this mix is critical to successful community consensus building and maintaining a positive local atmosphere.