Events Calendar Current Newsletter Press

Friends of Merrymeeting Bay Seeks Executive Director

We are seeking to hire a well-qualified individual as Executive Director as soon as possible [this posted on 3/5/16]. Position advertisement and application information is linked here.
And a more complete job description is linked here.

Thank you for your interest!

Speaker Series

Up Next:
Cougar Recovery in Eastern North America

Wednesday, April 12th, 7:00pm
Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick


To preserve, protect, and improve
the unique ecosystems of Merrymeeting Bay.

We fulfill this mission through

Geographic Area
Mid-coast Maine riverine delta consisting of the Kennebec, Androscoggin, Cathance, Muddy, Eastern and Abagadasset Rivers and surrounding towns.
Become a Member
Follow FOMB on
facebook You Tube
Facebook YouTube
flickr twitter
Flickr Twitter

What's New


Dresden Falls Conservation Easement Finalized

Lawsuit aimed at protecting Kennebec
salmon revived



Brunswick Androscoggin Dam Killing Fish

Appeals Court finds for FOMB & Environment Maine

FOMB wins EPA lawsuit for alewives passage in St. Croix River

FOMB Member Frankenfish Release

Final Filed Complaint
March 30, 2016



Speaker Series 2016-2017

Speaker Bios (pdf)

Speaker Series Videos

Summer Outside 2016

American kids today spend only four to seven minutes a day playing outdoors.
We hear a new call to raise the "wild child."



Dresden Falls (Houdlette) Archaeological Site

Maine Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project Reporting Form
Please report your Maine reptile and amphibian sightings to MDIF&W using this “Fill & Sign” PDF MARAP reporting form.


2015 Coliform Data
(xls file: 36 KB)

2015 Dissolved O2 Data (xls file: 46 KB)

Plankton Survey:
Summer 2014 Newsletter

Carp Tracking Study
Fall 2014 Newsletter
Summer/Fall Newsletter
Winter 2016 Newsletter

Watercolors by
Sarah Stapler