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Enter Nature Conservancy Skistakes to Win A Day at Mt. Abram

Celebrate your love of nature in Maine this winter

BRUNSWICK, ME | January 20, 2014

Love nature? Love to ski? Celebrate both this winter by entering The Nature Conservancy’s annual I Love Nature Skistakes.

A dozen Mainers will win a pair of one-day lift tickets to Mt Abram, as part of an effort to encourage everyone to get out and enjoy nature this winter.

“Ski, skate, snowshoe or just take a walk. Nature puts on an amazing show that makes winter in Maine special,” said Mike Tetreault, Executive Director of The Nature Conservancy in Maine.

Enter via the sweepstakes tab on the Maine Nature Conservancy Facebook page, then post a note or a photo showing us what you love about getting out into nature during the long Maine winter, using the tag #skistakes.

“As the 2012 Golden Eagle Award winner, Mt Abram is committed to environmental stewardship,” said Marketing Director Jamie Schectman, “We are honored to be partnered with the Nature Conservancy on the I Love Nature Ski-Stakes.”

The fun begins Thursday, Jan 23, and you can enter daily. Winners will be selected by random drawing Feb. 6, just in time for Great Maine Outdoor Weekend, Feb 14-16, 2014. All Maine residents over 18 are eligible to enter and full sweepstakes rules can be found online.

The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organization working around the world to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. The Conservancy and its more than 1 million members have protected nearly 120 million acres worldwide. Visit The Nature Conservancy on the Web at

Contact information

Misty Edgecomb
Senior Media Relations Manager
The Nature Conservancy in Maine

Jamie Schectman
Marketing Director
Mt. Abram

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