Blog : Great Bay Stewards Hosts Community Suppers at Robert's Maine Grill.

By Rich | Aug 27, 2015 | in

The Great Bay Stewards, a non-profit, hard-working environmental and conservation organization benefiting the Great Bay Estuary, will be hosting two separate community suppers at Robert's Maine Grill, Wednesday, October 7 and Wednesday October 14th. A community supper is a simple way for nonprofits to raise funds quietly, a portion of the proceeds of meals will go directly to help fund the good work the Great Bay Stewards does for the Estuary around us. No conferences, no committments, no speakers, just eat, realx and Robert's Provides GBS with a monetary portion of sales for that evening. So if you're headed out to eat that week - mark the dates!

Robert's Maine Grill
October 7th and October 14th
326 Route 1
Kittery, Maine (in the heart of the Kittery Outlet District, adjacent to Spruce Creek)

The Great Bay Stewards have been working to prevent shoreline erosion, invasive plant growth, and increased nitrogen levels for decades and is still fully committed to protecting Great Bay for plants, animals, and people alike.

GBS utilizes unique fundraising events such as this to raise awareness and help continue to support the Great Bay’s continued protection.The organization also touts a strong commitment to research, supporting projects that focus on issues relating to sedimentation, excess nitrogen loads, habitat loss, and many, many more. Today the Great Bay Discovery Center serves as an educational cornerstone for the organization’s core mission. Each year, thousands of children visit the Discovery Center to learn about natural and cultural history – from mud snails, to horseshoe crabs, to ancient Native American Tribes, to the role gundalow boats played in the region’s economic development.

So dine, relax, and show your support!

More information on the Great Bay Stewards can be found here.