350 Downeast helps 32 families keep warm

From Dec. 5-10, 350 Downeast, a local non-profit dedicated to reducing our use of carbon-based fuels to protect the environment in coastal Washington Co., built 222 custom-made insulating window inserts for 32 families from Cherryfield to Calais.  Over half of the window inserts were provided free to low-income families thanks to grants from the New England Grassroots Environment Fund and other sources.  We also made window inserts for the Centre Street Congregational Church, United Church of Christ and Porter Memorial Library.

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