On Earth Day, Governor Mills Announces $2.5 Million for 75 Maine Communities to Fight Climate Change

The Governor’s Administration announced $2.5 million in grant funding to 75 communities access Maine to help them fight climate change. Grants from Community Resilience Partnership will support local climate action, clean energy and energy efficiency projects, and strengthen regional cooperation in support of the State’s climate action plan, Maine Won’t Wait. Read the full press release for more information about the Community Resilience Partnership and examples of funded projects across Maine.

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