The group is closing in on a financial target to construct a difficult portion of an envisioned 64-mile path.
[The following article, by Deirdre Fleming, Staff Writer of the Portland Press Herald, gives great exposure to the ETA's current Close the Gap campaign]
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"Close the Gap" is a formal fundraising campaign...
Though summer is only now beginning to yield to cooler temps, hunting season is already upon us. Please be aware that hunting is permitted in Maine on many private and public lands — some in close proximity to the Eastern Trail and other local trails.
According to a 2014 survey by the Eastern Trail Alliance, almost 90,000 people per year use the Eastern Trail, running from Bug Light in South Portland to Kittery – 62 miles.
Published in KeepMECurrent -By Kate Irish Collins -September 15, 2016
The Eastern Trail in Scarborough now features an unusual structure – a library.
A new Little Free Library, which was erected through a partnership between the Scarborough Public Library and the Scarborough Kiwanis Club, stands adjacent to the trail parking lot off Pine Point Road.
Portland Press Herald, Letters, Posted August 26, 2016
It’s summer on the coast of Maine, and there’s no better time of year to appreciate the value of the Eastern Trail.