Stop the Corridor is a coalition of concerned citizens and organizations worried about the new CMP proposal to build a new High Voltage Direct Current transmission line from the Canadian border in Northwest Maine down to Lewiston. The 145-mile-long transmission line would devastate natural resources that are important to the culture and tradition of western Maine. It would negatively impact the Kennebec Gorge which creates tourism because of its pristine waters used for rafting and recreation, the scenic views of the forest and Appalachian hiking trails, and wildlife habitats from deer to fish.
If you feel the same way and would like your voice heard, sign up to get involved and volunteer your time to keep western Maine the way it should be.
STOP THE CORRIDOR
PO Box 98
Westbrook, Maine 04098