ReMain Nantucket is an island-based organization established by Wendy Schmidt, President of The Schmidt Family Foundation.

We conduct two kinds of activities. Our charitable activities are conducted as an offshoot of The Schmidt Family Foundation. Entrepreneurial venture projects and real estate development are implemented as private, rather than foundation, investments. 

Under the ReMain Nantucket umbrella, both charitable activity and venture investments help to envision and empower a prosperous future for the heart of Nantucket - tapping into the Island's extraordinary resources: its people and strong tradition of conservation, independence, and innovation.

People

Wendy Schmidt is a philanthropist and investor who has spent the past 14 years creating innovative non-profit organizations to address challenges facing communities around the world, working for clean, renewable energy, healthy food systems, healthy oceans and the protection of human rights. The critical interconnections between human activity, the land we live on and the ocean we depend upon are the central drivers of Wendy’s philanthropic work.

Wendy is president of The Schmidt Family Foundation, which she co-founded with her husband Eric in 2006. She leads the foundation’s two grant-making and investment programs—The 11th Hour Project, which works to create a just world where all people have access to renewable energy, clean air and water and healthy food, and Schmidt Marine Technology Partners, which invests in the development of promising technologies that solve complex ocean health issues and have strong commercialization potential.

Wendy and Eric also co-founded Schmidt Ocean Institute in 2009 to advance oceanographic research through the development of innovative technologies, open sharing of information and broad communication about ocean health. The institute operates Falkor—the only year-round, seagoing philanthropic research vessel in the world—and a 4500m remotely operated underwater robotic vehicle, SuBastian. Both are made available to the international science community at no cost.

A competitive sailor, Wendy has extended her oceans-focused work to the sporting world through 11th Hour Racing, an organization she co-founded in 2010 to work with the sailing community and maritime industry to advance solutions and sustainability practices that protect and restore the health of the Ocean. Wendy also founded ReMain Nantucket and ReMain Ventures, two charitable and entrepreneurial organizations that support the economic, social and environmental vitality of downtown Nantucket.

In 2017, Wendy and Eric co-founded Schmidt Futures, a philanthropic initiative that finds exceptional people and helps them do more for others together while promoting innovative approaches to problem solving across disciplines.

In the fall of 2019, Wendy and Eric announced a $1 billion philanthropic commitment for their organizations and initiatives to identify and support talent across disciplines and around the world to serve others and work to solve the world’s most pressing problems. 

Wendy Schmidt is a philanthropist and investor who has spent the past 14 years creating innovative non-profit organizations to address challenges facing communities around the world, working for clean, renewable energy, healthy food systems, healthy oceans and the protection of human rights. The critical interconnections between human activity, the land we live on and the ocean we depend upon are the central drivers of Wendy’s philanthropic work.

Wendy is president of The Schmidt Family Foundation, which she co-founded with her husband Eric in 2006. She leads the foundation’s two grant-making and investment programs—The 11th Hour Project, which works to create a just world where all people have access to renewable energy, clean air and water and healthy food, and Schmidt Marine Technology Partners, which invests in the development of promising technologies that solve complex ocean health issues and have strong commercialization potential.

Wendy and Eric also co-founded Schmidt Ocean Institute in 2009 to advance oceanographic research through the development of innovative technologies, open sharing of information and broad communication about ocean health. The institute operates Falkor—the only year-round, seagoing philanthropic research vessel in the world—and a 4500m remotely operated underwater robotic vehicle, SuBastian. Both are made available to the international science community at no cost.

A competitive sailor, Wendy has extended her oceans-focused work to the sporting world through 11th Hour Racing, an organization she co-founded in 2010 to work with the sailing community and maritime industry to advance solutions and sustainability practices that protect and restore the health of the Ocean. Wendy also founded ReMain Nantucket and ReMain Ventures, two charitable and entrepreneurial organizations that support the economic, social and environmental vitality of downtown Nantucket.

In 2017, Wendy and Eric co-founded Schmidt Futures, a philanthropic initiative that finds exceptional people and helps them do more for others together while promoting innovative approaches to problem solving across disciplines.

In the fall of 2019, Wendy and Eric announced a $1 billion philanthropic commitment for their organizations and initiatives to identify and support talent across disciplines and around the world to serve others and work to solve the world’s most pressing problems. 

Cecil Barron Jensen moved to Nantucket in 1996 looking for a vibrant, tight-knit community. In the years since, Cecil’s career has focused on public relations, community development, fundraising, and strategic planning for some of the Island’s preeminent nonprofits. Cecil became the Executive Director of ReMain Nantucket and ReMain Ventures in 2018.

In addition to her experience in leading dynamic organizations, Cecil has a deep understanding of how cultural organizations contribute to the vitality of downtown Nantucket and the experience to drive ReMain’s mission forward to advance its economic, social, and environmental priorities. A past board member of several Nantucket nonprofits, Cecil is a member of the Massachusetts Cultural Council. 

Cecil Barron Jensen moved to Nantucket in 1996 looking for a vibrant, tight-knit community. In the years since, Cecil’s career has focused on public relations, community development, fundraising, and strategic planning for some of the Island’s preeminent nonprofits. Cecil became the Executive Director of ReMain Nantucket and ReMain Ventures in 2018.

In addition to her experience in leading dynamic organizations, Cecil has a deep understanding of how cultural organizations contribute to the vitality of downtown Nantucket and the experience to drive ReMain’s mission forward to advance its economic, social, and environmental priorities. A past board member of several Nantucket nonprofits, Cecil is a member of the Massachusetts Cultural Council. 

Jenn King first discovered Nantucket through the suggestion of family friends during her time as an undergraduate student at Mount Holyoke College. As soon as she received her B.A. in Biology, she completed her move to the Island.

After 13 years of experience at Nantucket Bank, Jenn now brings her project management and accounting skills to the ReMain Ventures team. She has been instrumental in the planning, supervision, and maintenance of ReMain’s building projects on 22 Federal Street, 35 Centre, and 56 Centre. When she isn’t taking care of her two boys or chasing around her new puppy, Jenn also sits on the board of directors as secretary for Small Friends on Nantucket, the early-education and care group for young children on the island.

Jenn King first discovered Nantucket through the suggestion of family friends during her time as an undergraduate student at Mount Holyoke College. As soon as she received her B.A. in Biology, she completed her move to the Island.

After 13 years of experience at Nantucket Bank, Jenn now brings her project management and accounting skills to the ReMain Ventures team. She has been instrumental in the planning, supervision, and maintenance of ReMain’s building projects on 22 Federal Street, 35 Centre, and 56 Centre. When she isn’t taking care of her two boys or chasing around her new puppy, Jenn also sits on the board of directors as secretary for Small Friends on Nantucket, the early-education and care group for young children on the island.

A frequent visitor to Nantucket since 1989, Virna Gonzalez received her B.F.A. from St. John's University. From there, she began her New York City graphic design career in areas of television, software manufacturing, book publishing, and promotional advertising before running her own design firm for several years. Upon moving to the Island in 2002, Virna brought her business, accounting, and graphic design skills to a local real estate firm.

In 2008, Virna joined the ReMain team. As Program and Marketing Coordinator, she enjoys applying and expanding her skills to support ReMain's colorfully diverse projects and programs that benefit the Nantucket community. She has served on the boards of the Nantucket Arts Council and the Nantucket Education Trust. She currently serves as an Advisory for the Nantucket Cultural District and as Member of the Maria Mitchell Association Special Event Committee. 

A frequent visitor to Nantucket since 1989, Virna Gonzalez received her B.F.A. from St. John's University. From there, she began her New York City graphic design career in areas of television, software manufacturing, book publishing, and promotional advertising before running her own design firm for several years. Upon moving to the Island in 2002, Virna brought her business, accounting, and graphic design skills to a local real estate firm.

In 2008, Virna joined the ReMain team. As Program and Marketing Coordinator, she enjoys applying and expanding her skills to support ReMain's colorfully diverse projects and programs that benefit the Nantucket community. She has served on the boards of the Nantucket Arts Council and the Nantucket Education Trust. She currently serves as an Advisory for the Nantucket Cultural District and as Member of the Maria Mitchell Association Special Event Committee. 

Contact

ReMain Ventures Location: 
58 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Office Line:  508.901.4145

Mailing Address:
P.O Box 868 
Nantucket, MA 02554

Please email all inquiries to:
info@remainventures.com

ReMain Ventures Location: 
58 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Office Line:  508.901.4145

Mailing Address:
P.O Box 868 
Nantucket, MA 02554

Please email all inquiries to:
info@remainventures.com

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Thursday, March 25, 2021

ReMain Nantucket Purchases Annye’s Whole Foods Building; Pip and Anchor to be New Tenants, Continuing Healthy Food Vision for Island

NANTUCKET, Mass.--- Annye Camara, proprietor and namesake of Annye’s Whole Foods, has long believed that better food leads to better health for all Islanders. That concept will continue and expand, following the sale of her storefront to ReMain Ventures.

With the purchase of 14 Amelia Drive, ReMain Ventures will continue to strengthen the economic vitality of the island by expanding its scope to include food and agriculture initiatives that address environmental and social resilience.

To advance regenerative food systems across the island, ReMain has developed a tenant-landlord collaboration with local food hub curator, 100 Mile Makers, through its hybrid store concept, Pip and Anchor. Proprietors Rita Higgins, Mayumi Hattori and Chris Sleeper identified a need for equitable community access to healthy food, further strengthening the local economy by supporting local growers and makers.

“The Pip and Anchor team is excited to continue Annye's legacy in this new space and looks forward to advancing a healthy community by reconnecting people to local food and goods,” said Higgins.

By combining 100 Mile Makers’ current online model with a storefront to make shopping and eating local convenient, Pip and Anchor plans to foster a healthier community through progressive local food systems. The team plans to collaborate with non-profit organizations like Health Imperatives, and other food makers like The Corner Table and Born & Bread, to promote educational opportunities and raise awareness about minimizing food waste.

“In a year that changed how we experience community health and safety in an uncertain future, ReMain has taken a hard look at the role we can take in facing pandemics, sea-level rise and economic instability,” said Cecil Barron Jensen, executive director of ReMain Ventures and ReMain Nantucket. “This partnership is another way we can create a healthier community, which is essential for vitality across the island.”

Pip and Anchor on 14 Amelia Drive is scheduled to open this summer.

ReMain Ventures and ReMain Nantucket are funded by Wendy Schmidt and her husband Eric to support the economic, social and environmental vitality of the island of Nantucket by fostering innovation and resilience. ReMain Ventures works to enhance mission-related business ventures through private partnerships and collaborative initiatives.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Thursday, March 25, 2021

ReMain Nantucket Purchases Annye’s Whole Foods Building; Pip and Anchor to be New Tenants, Continuing Healthy Food Vision for Island

NANTUCKET, Mass.--- Annye Camara, proprietor and namesake of Annye’s Whole Foods, has long believed that better food leads to better health for all Islanders. That concept will continue and expand, following the sale of her storefront to ReMain Ventures.

With the purchase of 14 Amelia Drive, ReMain Ventures will continue to strengthen the economic vitality of the island by expanding its scope to include food and agriculture initiatives that address environmental and social resilience.

To advance regenerative food systems across the island, ReMain has developed a tenant-landlord collaboration with local food hub curator, 100 Mile Makers, through its hybrid store concept, Pip and Anchor. Proprietors Rita Higgins, Mayumi Hattori and Chris Sleeper identified a need for equitable community access to healthy food, further strengthening the local economy by supporting local growers and makers.

“The Pip and Anchor team is excited to continue Annye's legacy in this new space and looks forward to advancing a healthy community by reconnecting people to local food and goods,” said Higgins.

By combining 100 Mile Makers’ current online model with a storefront to make shopping and eating local convenient, Pip and Anchor plans to foster a healthier community through progressive local food systems. The team plans to collaborate with non-profit organizations like Health Imperatives, and other food makers like The Corner Table and Born & Bread, to promote educational opportunities and raise awareness about minimizing food waste.

“In a year that changed how we experience community health and safety in an uncertain future, ReMain has taken a hard look at the role we can take in facing pandemics, sea-level rise and economic instability,” said Cecil Barron Jensen, executive director of ReMain Ventures and ReMain Nantucket. “This partnership is another way we can create a healthier community, which is essential for vitality across the island.”

Pip and Anchor on 14 Amelia Drive is scheduled to open this summer.

ReMain Ventures and ReMain Nantucket are funded by Wendy Schmidt and her husband Eric to support the economic, social and environmental vitality of the island of Nantucket by fostering innovation and resilience. ReMain Ventures works to enhance mission-related business ventures through private partnerships and collaborative initiatives.

In November 2020, the Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with ReMain Ventures, was pleased to announce a new grant program has been established for local small business owners, to help them launch innovative responses to economic challenges, such as the Covid-19 pandemic. The Rock Solid Fund awards micro-grants of up to $5,000 to Nantucket-based companies with a history of positive cash flow prior to the pandemic. The funds will help local business owners to accelerate innovative ideas needed to ensure their continued contribution to the stability and growth of the Nantucket economy, both short and long-term. ReMain Ventures will provide $20,000 to seed the fund. The Chamber will administer the fund through its Nantucket Island Center for Entrepreneurship (NICE), with the first grants to be awarded by the end of this calendar year. This sponsorship is part of ReMain Venture’s generous history of supporting the island’s tradition of independence, innovation and entrepreneurship through unique programming, including NICE and the Chamber’s “Keep the Rock Solid” business support initiative. “We understand the importance of cash flow in today’s uncertain climate and are excited to see the innovative ideas proposed by some of our island’s most successful small business owners,” said Cecil Jensen, Executive Director of ReMain Ventures. “It is our hope that through this sponsorship, we will encourage other Nantucket investors to help support Nantucket’s economic lifeblood – its small business community – by contributing to this fund.” “The Rock Solid Fund is perfectly aligned with the central mission of the Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce, to foster the economic development of the island through the support of local small businesses,” said Alicia Carney, Chairman of the Board of the Chamber. “We are thrilled to be able to extend this support to now include cash grants to for-profit businesses for the first time in the Chamber’s history.”

Since March 2020, the Chamber has been actively responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by offering educational and informational programming to the entire island business community, including KeepTheRockSolid.com and related programming offered through NCTV18 and WACK FM/True Island Digital. The Chamber has also offered business owners one-on-one consulting sessions to address specific needs, through the NICE program.

Additional information can be found on NantucketChamber.org/Rock-Solid-Fund. 

In November 2020, the Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with ReMain Ventures, was pleased to announce a new grant program has been established for local small business owners, to help them launch innovative responses to economic challenges, such as the Covid-19 pandemic. The Rock Solid Fund awards micro-grants of up to $5,000 to Nantucket-based companies with a history of positive cash flow prior to the pandemic. The funds will help local business owners to accelerate innovative ideas needed to ensure their continued contribution to the stability and growth of the Nantucket economy, both short and long-term. ReMain Ventures will provide $20,000 to seed the fund. The Chamber will administer the fund through its Nantucket Island Center for Entrepreneurship (NICE), with the first grants to be awarded by the end of this calendar year. This sponsorship is part of ReMain Venture’s generous history of supporting the island’s tradition of independence, innovation and entrepreneurship through unique programming, including NICE and the Chamber’s “Keep the Rock Solid” business support initiative. “We understand the importance of cash flow in today’s uncertain climate and are excited to see the innovative ideas proposed by some of our island’s most successful small business owners,” said Cecil Jensen, Executive Director of ReMain Ventures. “It is our hope that through this sponsorship, we will encourage other Nantucket investors to help support Nantucket’s economic lifeblood – its small business community – by contributing to this fund.” “The Rock Solid Fund is perfectly aligned with the central mission of the Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce, to foster the economic development of the island through the support of local small businesses,” said Alicia Carney, Chairman of the Board of the Chamber. “We are thrilled to be able to extend this support to now include cash grants to for-profit businesses for the first time in the Chamber’s history.”

Since March 2020, the Chamber has been actively responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by offering educational and informational programming to the entire island business community, including KeepTheRockSolid.com and related programming offered through NCTV18 and WACK FM/True Island Digital. The Chamber has also offered business owners one-on-one consulting sessions to address specific needs, through the NICE program.

Additional information can be found on NantucketChamber.org/Rock-Solid-Fund. 

We are proud that in 2016 both our renovation of 56 Centre Street and of 22 Federal Street were awarded Gold Certifications by the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Program. Our first major renovation in downtown Nantucket was Mitchell’s Book Corner at 54 Main Street and that project was awarded a LEED Silver Certification in 2010.

The majority of the commercial buildings in downtown Nantucket will need renovation to preserve them for their next 100 years. We seek to lead that effort by demonstrating renovations can be done with sustainability in mind...Read more here

 

We are proud that in 2016 both our renovation of 56 Centre Street and of 22 Federal Street were awarded Gold Certifications by the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Program. Our first major renovation in downtown Nantucket was Mitchell’s Book Corner at 54 Main Street and that project was awarded a LEED Silver Certification in 2010.

The majority of the commercial buildings in downtown Nantucket will need renovation to preserve them for their next 100 years. We seek to lead that effort by demonstrating renovations can be done with sustainability in mind...Read more here

 

Downtown Investments

In addition to the long-term partnerships with our tenants, ReMain Ventures has paired up with the Nantucket Chamber of Commerce to offer business-to-business educational opportunities, mentorship, marketing, and succession planning. The Chamber and ReMain Ventures have also launched the Nantucket Island Center for Entrepreneurship (NICE). In its efforts to support new and emerging entrepreneurs, NICE is building a wide community of mentors who encourage new ideas and opportunities for professionals of all ages.  

ReMain Ventures also periodically sponsors and activities that support our overall mission to bring economic, environmental, and cultural vitality to the downtown.

For more stories about ReMain Ventures’ downtown investments, visit the ReMain Archives page.

In addition to the long-term partnerships with our tenants, ReMain Ventures has paired up with the Nantucket Chamber of Commerce to offer business-to-business educational opportunities, mentorship, marketing, and succession planning. The Chamber and ReMain Ventures have also launched the Nantucket Island Center for Entrepreneurship (NICE). In its efforts to support new and emerging entrepreneurs, NICE is building a wide community of mentors who encourage new ideas and opportunities for professionals of all ages.  

ReMain Ventures also periodically sponsors and activities that support our overall mission to bring economic, environmental, and cultural vitality to the downtown.

For more stories about ReMain Ventures’ downtown investments, visit the ReMain Archives page.

Gathering Places

    Our buildings are open year-round and give Island residents and visitors a place to connect in the downtown. 
  • Born & Bread: Mercantile and Bakery is the newest tenant at 35 Centre Street. While their freshly made bread is the star, they also offer baked goods, sandwiches, and a curated collection of eco-friendly cooking and kitchen supplies as well as local artisanal treats.

  • 22 Federal Street creates a platform for Nantucket Culinary Center's demonstrations and group cooking classes. In its lower level, The Corner Table Cafe is a welcoming space for people to meet for coffee and freshly-made meals.

For more stories about ReMain’s commitment to these important “third places” places and their contribution to the island community, visit our Archives page.

    Our buildings are open year-round and give Island residents and visitors a place to connect in the downtown. 
  • Born & Bread: Mercantile and Bakery is the newest tenant at 35 Centre Street. While their freshly made bread is the star, they also offer baked goods, sandwiches, and a curated collection of eco-friendly cooking and kitchen supplies as well as local artisanal treats.

  • 22 Federal Street creates a platform for Nantucket Culinary Center's demonstrations and group cooking classes. In its lower level, The Corner Table Cafe is a welcoming space for people to meet for coffee and freshly-made meals.

For more stories about ReMain’s commitment to these important “third places” places and their contribution to the island community, visit our Archives page.

Our buildings are open year-round and give Island residents and vistors a place to connect in the downtown. 

  • 22 Federal Street creates a platform for Nantucket Culinary Center's demonstrations and group cooking classes. In its lower level, The Corner Table Cafe is a welcoming space for people to meet.
  • Renovated for downtown education, 56 Centre provides rooms for the Nantucket Community School's and the Nantucket Music Center's classes, meetings and recitals.
  • Petticoat Row Bakery, a neighborhood staple, offers casual seating for both loyal customers and visitors. 
  • For decades, Mitchell's Book Corner has been an iconic gathering place. Now renovated to include a second-floor retail space, it can be used for book club meetings and informal community activities. 

For more stories about ReMain’s commitment to these important “third places” places and their contribution to the island community, visit our Archives page.

Our buildings are open year-round and give Island residents and vistors a place to connect in the downtown. 

  • 22 Federal Street creates a platform for Nantucket Culinary Center's demonstrations and group cooking classes. In its lower level, The Corner Table Cafe is a welcoming space for people to meet.
  • Renovated for downtown education, 56 Centre provides rooms for the Nantucket Community School's and the Nantucket Music Center's classes, meetings and recitals.
  • Petticoat Row Bakery, a neighborhood staple, offers casual seating for both loyal customers and visitors. 
  • For decades, Mitchell's Book Corner has been an iconic gathering place. Now renovated to include a second-floor retail space, it can be used for book club meetings and informal community activities. 

For more stories about ReMain’s commitment to these important “third places” places and their contribution to the island community, visit our Archives page.

Our buildings are open year-round and give Island residents and visitors a place to connect in the downtown.

Born & Bread: Mercantile and Bakery is the newest tenant at 35 Centre Street. While their freshly made bread is the star, they also offer baked goods, sandwiches, and a curated collection of eco-friendly cooking and kitchen supplies as well as local artisanal treats.

22 Federal Street creates a platform for Nantucket Culinary Center's demonstrations and group cooking classes. In its lower level, The Corner Table Cafe is a welcoming space for people to meet for coffee and freshly-made meals.

For more stories about ReMain’s commitment to these important “third places” places and their contribution to the island community, visit our Archives page.

Our buildings are open year-round and give Island residents and visitors a place to connect in the downtown.

Born & Bread: Mercantile and Bakery is the newest tenant at 35 Centre Street. While their freshly made bread is the star, they also offer baked goods, sandwiches, and a curated collection of eco-friendly cooking and kitchen supplies as well as local artisanal treats.

22 Federal Street creates a platform for Nantucket Culinary Center's demonstrations and group cooking classes. In its lower level, The Corner Table Cafe is a welcoming space for people to meet for coffee and freshly-made meals.

For more stories about ReMain’s commitment to these important “third places” places and their contribution to the island community, visit our Archives page.

Green Renovations

The goals for ReMain’s renovation projects are environmental responsibility and historic preservation.

  • 54 Main Street was certified LEED Silver and won the Nantucket Preservation Trust's Preservation Award in 2009. By making decisions like using old horse hair plaster to repoint the interior of the brick walls, 96% of the original historic fabric was able to be preserved or reused.
  • 56 Centre Street has a geothermal system to regulate room temperature. Rainwater is captured for facility use, and sustainable products are featured throughout the interior. It was certified LEED Gold in 2016.
  • 22 Federal Street, also certified LEED Gold, features locally sourced materials, Energy Star rated kitchen equipment, and hot water from a 93% thermally efficient boiler.

With these projects, ReMain seeks to lead the way in building renovation. In the process, we have shown how expert designs can achieve the highest distinctions in environmental stewardship while strictly conforming to historical preservation standards.

ReMain’s Sustainability Guidelines are a great tool for business owners wishing to lighten their environmental impact. Required practices at all of our buildings and recommended to all of our partners and grantees, the Guidelines offer tips and best practices for many business and commercial activities.

For the full stories of ReMain Ventures’ renovation projects, visit our Archives page.

The goals for ReMain’s renovation projects are environmental responsibility and historic preservation.

  • 54 Main Street was certified LEED Silver and won the Nantucket Preservation Trust's Preservation Award in 2009. By making decisions like using old horse hair plaster to repoint the interior of the brick walls, 96% of the original historic fabric was able to be preserved or reused.
  • 56 Centre Street has a geothermal system to regulate room temperature. Rainwater is captured for facility use, and sustainable products are featured throughout the interior. It was certified LEED Gold in 2016.
  • 22 Federal Street, also certified LEED Gold, features locally sourced materials, Energy Star rated kitchen equipment, and hot water from a 93% thermally efficient boiler.

With these projects, ReMain seeks to lead the way in building renovation. In the process, we have shown how expert designs can achieve the highest distinctions in environmental stewardship while strictly conforming to historical preservation standards.

ReMain’s Sustainability Guidelines are a great tool for business owners wishing to lighten their environmental impact. Required practices at all of our buildings and recommended to all of our partners and grantees, the Guidelines offer tips and best practices for many business and commercial activities.

For the full stories of ReMain Ventures’ renovation projects, visit our Archives page.

Welcome


For information and stories about ReMain’s philanthropic work, please visit ReMainNantucket.org.


For information and stories about ReMain’s philanthropic work, please visit ReMainNantucket.org.

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ReMain Ventures is dedicated to strengthening the enduring economic, social and environmental vitality of downtown Nantucket and to encourage innovation and bring resilience to natural resources and industry management across the Island. 

The full stories of our past venture's projects and collaborations can be found at our Ventures Archives page.

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