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The Mahoosuc-Way

The Mahoosuc region is a working landscape in western Maine

Its natural resources have provided recreational enjoyment and our livelihood for generations. Over generations we learned to depend on each other and work together for our shared good. Tending our working landscape and respecting each other is at the core of how we do things here – it’s The Mahoosuc Way.

Pledge to Embrace Our Place

As a visitor or local resident, we are asking you to join us in the Embrace Our Place pledge

This pledge has been created by a core group of local organizations, together with statewide partners. Together, we are committed to creating a sustainable travel destination and ensuring we preserve local quality of life and community vitality. This pledge is part of our commitment to ensure these lands and ecosystems are able to be enjoyed for generations to come.
The Embrace Our Place pledge helps us communicate our community values to newcomers and visitors. At the heart of our values, is a desire for a collective action to ensure we preserve this unique place. By offering the Embrace Our Place pledge, we are inviting you to be part of our shared experience here in the Mahoosuc Region. We can all play our part, and the collective sum of our actions will shape our future.
WE INVITE YOU TO EMBRACE OUR COMMUNITIES AND WAY OF LIFE, TODAY AND INTO THE FUTURE.

ACTIONS FOR SPRING 2021

Help us look after the Mahoosuc Region

SUPPORT THE Pledge

Become a Partner for the
Mahoosuc Way – Embrace Our Place Pledge!

This program was made possible by grant funding from the Northern Border Regional Commission made available through the Northern Forest Center’s Northern Forest Destination Development Initiative with additional support from the Maine Office of Tourism and Maine Woods Consortium.
Photo and Video assets generously provided by: Bethel Area Chamber of Commerce, Dirk MacKnight, Maine Office of Tourism (MOT), Mahoosuc Land Trust, Bob O’Brien, Larry Ely, Mike Murphy, Maine Mineral & Gem Museum, Amy Halsted, Sunday River, Gould Academy, and Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation