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Grants to Green
Maine Discovery Museum recently received a grant from Grants to Green Maine, a partnership between the Maine Development Foundation’s Maine Downtown Center, Efficiency Maine, and the Maine Community Foundation to provide an energy efficiency audit of the Museum.

Grants to Green Maine provides environmentally focused knowledge and funding to strengthen nonprofits located in historic buildings in downtowns in Maine. 

We hope to use this grant to discover ways to make MDM more efficient and environmentally friendly.

Salmon Eggs at MDM!
Our 2015 salmon eggs have arrived! Come meet our newest little friends & help us as we attempt to name all 200. 

Each year MDM participates in the US Fish and Wildlife Service's Salmon-in-Schools project. Over the course of two months visitors can watch the embryonic development and hatching of salmon eggs in MDM's lobby.

YOUR INVITED! When our eggs are ready to release, into the Kenduskeag stream, you and your family are invited to join us! We will announce the day and time as soon as our little buddies are ready!

The release site:   Kenduskeag Stream, Route 15 in the village of Kenduskeag, where Stetson Road converges with Rt. 15 at the bridge.  Stetson Road, Townhouse Road and the Kenduskeag-Levant Road all come together right there at the bridge.  It's about 12 miles north of Bangor on Route 15.

For more info on the Salmon-in-Schools project click here.

Maine Discovery Museum in the heart of downtown Bangor, Maine is loaded with hands-on, creative kids' activities! Looking for things to do with children? Maine Discovery Museum is a great place to find things to do with kids of all ages!