Marian Barker, executive director of Saving Ocean Wood, asked me to post this info and video link about the Saving Ocean Wood Trust, which aims to preserve and protect a 150-acre property on the Schoodic Peninsula. The property includes the former Ocean Wood campground and a privately owned compound parcel, in Birch Harbor. If you want to know more, email Barker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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