Welcome To Goose Rocks Lighthouse!




Beacon Preservation, Inc. is a  nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of lighthouses and their environments for educational, cultural, recreational, and historical preservation purposes.  Our mission is to ensure that communities, civic organizations, and educational and research institutions are able to enjoy access to these important icons of nautical history.

Green Light Academy 2013

Our students have been selected for this years' Green Light Academy, a summer program hosted by Beacon Preservation and Goose Rocks Lighthouse.   Our Admissions Coordinator, Jordan Orfitelli, has informed us that all slots have been filled and the application process is now closed.   If you have any questions, contact gla@beaconpreservation.org.


Goose Rocks Light in Coastal Living Magazine!

Who Owns America's Lighthouses?
By Virginia Sole-Smith | photographs by William Abranowicz

"...It's a feeling that Casey Jordan, owner of Goose Rocks Lighthouse in the Fox Island Thoroughfare just off the coast of Maine, knows well. "There's some- thing extremely special about being in a lighthouse that's completely surrounded by water," she says. "It's a magical experience..." [ more ]


Give the Gift of a Lifetime

Sponsor a GLA Student !!  Underwriting scholarships at Green Light Academy give high school students experience that can only help to inspire them in the future. Our students not only learn but get hands-on experience with environmental conservation and sustainable energy. We have received notice of grant approval and we plan to go full steam ahead for Green Light Academy 2013.  Consider helping our kids today meet the challenges of tomorrow! [ Contribute today! ]


Our Current Project

During the summer of 2013, Beacon will undertake the installation of its new Safari reverse-osmosis desalinization system at Goose Rocks with the help of OceanLink’s engineers who are coming all the way from Rhode Island to help!  Thanks to the support of 1772 Foundation, we were able to buy the equipment, but we still need to raise money for the engineering the installation.  Consider a stay at Goose Rocks to help make a difference [ support us ].


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