A volunteer organization called the Native Forest Network held a short play in Bangor’s west market square Monday: acting out what they think is wrong with Plum Creek’s development proposal.
The group wants protection and restoration in maine’s forests and wild places.
Emily Posner, a volunteer with the group, says the NFN hopes that their play’s message will inspire Mainers to attend one of the public meetings being held next month by the land use regulation comission.
There are four Land Use Regulation Commission meetings scheduled for December.
The first is on Saturday, Dec. 1st at Greenville High School, then another on Sunday the 2nd at the Augusta Civic Center.
Two weeks Later, there will be a third meeting in Portland, and then back up to Greenville for the fourth.