Logo for Down East Resource Conservation and Development

Where need meets opportunity...
and progress is made!

PO Box 210, Cherryfield, ME 04622

Nathan Pennell President


Phone: (207) 546-3600

Office email: dercd@downeastrcd.com

Council: council@downeastrcd.com


 

Find out what Down East Resource Conservation and Development is all about

Get directions and a map to the office

Link to Meetings and Events page


 

 

 

 

Some of our Projects and Committees:

Link to the Ice Age Trail site

Link to Maine Seafood Alliance

Link to page about our Julio Society International

Link to our group working with watersheds

Link to Down East & Acadia Regional Tourism


Link to our Vacationland Resources Committee
logo for Vacationland Resources Committee
Click on our logo above to find out more about VRC and its work related to:
DESTINY 2010 (pdf) 
Down East Sustainable Tourism INitiative 2010

A strategic plan for sustainable tourism in Hancock and Washington counties
Download here!
A Resource Guide for Sustainable Tourism in Down East Maine and Southwest New Brunswick


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To file a complaint, write the Secretary of Agriculture, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC 20250, or call 1-800-245-6340  (voice) or (202) 720-1127 (TDD).  USDA is an equal employment opportunity employer.


Down East RC&D & J.C. Milliken building

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Down East RC&D - Where need meets opportunity.......and progress is made!
These pages are currently being maintained by Charles Armstrong and Barbara Maurer.
Page Last Modified: 11/17/09