The Natural Resources Council of Maine are celebrating Maine's incredible water resources this week during the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day.
The organization, which is focused on conservation of Maine's natural resources, will be celebrating Earth Week in multiple ways, including providing webinars to learn about Maine's resources throughout the week as well as putting out a video that showcases beautiful photos of some of Maine's rivers, lakes, streams and coastal waters.
Check out the video that features photos from streamside, in canoes and various other settings from areas all across Maine: Sebec Lake, Hopkins Stream, Tunk Stream, Muscongus Bay, Allagash Lake, Megunticook Lake, Androscoggin River, Gulf of Maine at Acadia National Park, Haskell Rock Pitch, Chesuncook Lake, East End Beach, Mousam River Estuary, Kennebec River, Bold Coast, Wilson Lake, Square Lake, Houston Brook Falls, Baxter State Park, Billings Falls, Eastern Egg Rock, Lazy Tom Bog, Screw Auger Falls, Penobscot River, Dead River, Bagaduce River, Cascade Brook, Moosehead Lake,
https://youtu.be/OWpjSj1IDJ0
For more about NRCM and more events coming up check out the Natural Resources Council of Maine website.