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CFN’s Remain Nantucket Fund

By 970design

The Community Foundation for Nantucket’s Remain Nantucket Fund provides grants to organizations with 501(c)(3) tax status, municipalities or religious organizations that deliver programs and services to Nantucket residents.

Nantucket Cultural District

By 970design

Remain assembled an advisory committee that would eventually initiate an application to the Massachusetts Cultural Council to become the Nantucket Cultural District. Nantucket was granted its designation in 2016.

The Envision Resilience Challenge

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A multi-university design studio and community engagement initiative, the Envision Resilience Challenge connects interdisciplinary student teams with coastal communities to envision adaptive and creative pathways forward in the face of climate change.

Salvage and Reuse

By 970design

Leaders on Nantucket are exploring systematic advances in deconstruction and repurposed materials to foster a circular economy and a more responsible future for the island.

Nantucket Footprints

By Virna Gonzalez

Nantucket Footprints, a program of Remain Nantucket, serves as an online and social media hub for amplifying abundant community-wide sustainability efforts on Nantucket and offering original educational content. Its commitment to the environment ignites meaningful conversations, inspires positive change and builds partnerships.

Transportation and The Wave Bus System

By 970design

The 2008 purchase of the Greenhound building at 10 Washington Street marked the beginning of Remain’s relationship with the Nantucket Regional Transit Authority (NRTA) and ongoing efforts to increase access to multimodal transportation across the island.

More Nantucket

By 970design

More Nantucket is a multi-media campaign designed to encourage people to walk, bike or ride public transportation into downtown Nantucket in order to get more out of the island by experiencing it car-free.

54 Main Street – Mitchell’s Book Corner

By 970design

Mitchell’s Book Corner first opened its doors at 54 Main Street in 1968 and continues to function as a key business in the downtown to this day. Remain purchased the building in 2008 and embarked on a LEED Silver Certification renovation of the historic property.