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Friends of Casco Bay’s mission is to improve and protect the environmental health of Casco Bay. 


Our areas of work are:


We “listen” to Casco Bay by collecting water quality data, enabling us to identify threats to the health of the Bay. We track water quality year-round from our three Continuous Monitoring Stations, and collect seasonal water samples from 24 locations around the Bay. 


Advocating for clean marine water is at the core of our work. Led by our chief advocate, the Casco Baykeeper, our staff and community lend the Bay our voices. We advocate for the health of our coastal waters in town halls and the state legislature, and work with businesses and environmental agencies to promote clean water policies and practices

Community Engagement

The name Friends of Casco Bay was chosen with purposeful intent. It takes a community to care for the Bay. We host events to educate the public on issues affecting the Bay and coordinate volunteer efforts to improve its health. We are proud to say that our volunteers and supporters are among the Bay’s most dedicated ambassadors.


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Meet our new Executive Director!

May 23, 2022

  Will Everitt has been hired as our next Executive Director at Friends of Casco Bay. Will is a familiar face, as he has served… Read more

We are hiring: Science and Advocacy Associate

May 20, 2022

Science and Advocacy Associate – full time with a comprehensive benefits package Friends of Casco Bay is hiring a Science and Advocacy Associate. This new… Read more

We are hiring: Development Director

May 20, 2022

Development Director- full time with comprehensive benefits package Friends of Casco Bay is hiring a Development Director. The Development Director will work closely with our… Read more


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