Celebrating the Presumpscot River: Past, Present & Future
Join Friends of the Presumpscot River for a special event to honor our river’s natural heritage, commemorate historic & current efforts to protect it, and support its ongoing restoration.
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5:30 p.m., Chief Polin Memorial, Site Unveiling
Gathering at Fresh Water Farms, on a section of Portland Trails looking east toward the Presumpscot River, the Friends will unveil the site for a memorial to Chief Polin. The Wabanaki Sagamore led the first documented dam protest in New England during the mid-1700s, advocating for fish passage to protect a vital food source for his people of the “dawn-land.”
6:30 p.m., Three-Sisters Harvest Dinner & Friends of the Presumpscot River's 25th Anniversary Celebration
Gather together and enjoy good food, drink and conversation, as well as warm hospitality! Suggested donation of $50.00 per person to help support Friends of the Presumpscot River’s continued efforts to restore fish passage, improve water quality and bring back the natural character of our river.