We have created a series of stories for young readers called Quoddy Kids Come Along Adventures. These stories engage the imagination and goodness of children in character development, community leadership, diversity, civility, and having fun while learning. These stories are set in and around Downeast, Maine. In this way, readers are able to "come along" and "engage" as active participants, becoming part of the story.
Advancing the art and practice of leadership, we present our new Three-Nation Leadership Initiative™. Built on our passion for leadership and our creative teaching style, this Initiative will bring together people in way-downeast communities, three tribal communities, and nearby Canadian towns and islands. Please see our Three-Nation Leadership Initiative™ webpage for details.
Through our Learning-by-the-Sea Programs, we are proud to have 30 years of successful experience in producing retreats and symposia on leadership for women, community-building, and creativity. Programs are place-based, steeped in nature, local stories, and history.
For over 25 years, we have produced top-rated Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel) programs based on the 60 year span of the Roosevelts on nearby Campobello Island — The Roosevelts on Campobello Island: Life at the Glorious Edge™.
We are engaged in Eastport businesses that are renovating and rejuvenating our historic downtown.
We are leaders, with others, in achieving a 2014 ranking for Eastport as the "most resilient and reinventive city in Maine," selected by The Atlantic, NPR, and ESRI. American Futures Project / City Makers is co-produced by Atlantic senior journalist James Fallows and author Debra Fallows. In 2018 Eastport was one of 28 cities to appear in their best-selling book entitled Our Towns. In 2021, HBO released a documentary entitled Our Towns, with Eastport as one of six featured cities.