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Save Passamaquoddy Bay
3-Nation Alliance

Alliance to Protect the Quoddy Region
from LNG Development

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"For much of the state of Maine, the environment is the economy"
                                           — US Senator Susan Collins, 2012 Jun 21



 

Save Passamaquoddy Bay

Past Events

(Including Third-party Conferences)

Listed in reverse chronological order (latest first).

See our Calendar for Future Events


2012

2012 July 21

"Saving Passamaquoddy Bay" benefit concert starring Castlebay; with Ruth Dunfield, Saint Andrew musician, and Doug Beaver, Eastport musician — Eastport, ME


2011

2011 September 23, 24, 25

Participation in The Common Ground Fair, Unity, ME — Booth in the Environmental Concerns tent, and presentation on Sep 24 about Save Passamaquoddy Bay.

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2008

2008 September 28 October 5 (postponed due to hurricane)

“Voices on the Bay” Concert — Grand Manan, NB

2008 September 27

“Voices on the Bay” Concert — Eastport, ME

2008 September 26

“Voices on the Bay” Concert — St. Andrews, NB

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2006

2006 July 3

Sail-a-bration 2006 — The second annual flotilla celebrating the beauty and bounty of Passamaquoddy Bay.

2006 March 25

Spring Rally — Update on our 3-Nation Alliance's progress to stop LNG in Passamaquoddy Bay, held in Eastport. (Combined news release & event photographs)

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2005

2005 November 3

Nulankeyutomonen Nkihtahkomikumon ("We Protect Our Land") News Conference at Split Rock — Statements were given about their lawsuit against the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and the Department of the Interior.

2005 August 22

Town of St. Andrews LNG ForumThe forum requested by Downeast LNG, but who backed out; the forum at which Quoddy Bay LLC asked to make a presentation, but then also backed out, stating that they thought it was going to be held "in chambers" and that they'd have "control"; the forum that was attended by around 1,200 people from around Passamaquoddy Bay who don't want LNG in their bay.

A Conversation with Charlie Atherton: A Citizen Activist from Lake Charles, Louisiana — Selected topics from numerous conversations during Charlie Atherton's August 19 – 22 visit to Passamaquoddy Bay.
Related Page: Jerome Ringo: Environmentalist from Lake Charles — Activism related to toxic poisoning of the residents of Mossville, Louisiana, and the implications for heavily industrialized communities.

2005 July 30

Passamaquoddy Bay FAQs Kiosk Grand Opening — St. Croix Estuary Project facility in St. Andrews, NB

2005 July 3

Sail-a-Bration — A flotilla celebrating the beauty and bounty of Passamaquoddy Bay

  • Page 1 — Photographs from the Eastport Fish Pier.
  • Page 2 — Photographs from the water by Joyce Morrell, in slide-show format.

2005 March 23

"Perry: We Wouldn't Trade It For a Million Bucks!" News Conference
University of Maine Crohn Conference Center, Perry

2005 March 20

35th Consecutive Pottle Celebration of the First Day of Spring at Gleason Point State Boat Launch
(Note: This was not a Save-Passamaquoddy-Bay-sponsored event; however, it celebrated the first day of Spring on Passamaquoddy Bay.)

2005 January 28

Polar Bear Dip
Sipayik, Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy Reservation
(Note: This was a Washington County Community College fundraising event for the Ronald Macdonald House in Bangor; it was not a Save-Passamaquoddy-Bay-sponsored event; however, it celebrated Passamaquoddy Bay.)

2005 January 8

"No-LNG Rally for the Bay"
Eastport, Maine

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2004

2004 November 27

"Celebrate the Cultural Heritage of Passamaquoddy Bay"
Walk at Sipayik, Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy Reservation

2004 September 6

Gathering on Grand Manan
Cancelled, due to wind and rough seas.

2004 August 29

"Save Our Homeland" March
Sipayik, Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy Reservation

2004 July

Conservation Law Foundation Conference on LNG Terminal Siting
(Not a Save Passamaquoddy Bay event.)

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