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Sugarloaf is committed to sustainability, and we're working hard to reduce our environmental impact at every level of resort operations. Over the next few years, we'll continue to utilize a combination of cutting-edge technology and old-fashioned Maine ingenuity to increase efficiency, reduce waste and emissions, and ensure the health of our natural resources for generations to come. Our efforts are in coordination with Forever Project, Boyne Resort's goal of reducing carbon emissions to net zero throughout North American operations by 2030.

Our Sustainability Effort


Mindful Efficiency

Create and maintain a culture of reduction: energy use, waste output, water impact; balanced with maximized utilization of our human, technological, natural, and financial resources.

Tireless Conservation

Protect the natural environment unwaveringly, ensuring proper use for purposes related to outdoor recreation, and preserving or rehabilitating the land over which we are stewards.


Support and reward outreach and partnerships that extend beyond all traditional boundaries, providing deeply valuable impact among our team members, and in our communities, industry, and environment for the long term.

Offset Your Trip

We invite our guests to play an active role in minimizing their carbon footprint - offset your trip to Sugarloaf with our partner Tradewater.

Current Projects

Making a Difference

Sugarloaf Sustainability Coordinator

Meet Zoe

Zoe Zeerip

Zoe Zeerip is Sugarloaf's Sustainability Coordinator. Hailing from Michigan, Zoe’s mid-western work ethic makes her a great addition to the Sugarloaf community. Leading up to Zoe’s time at the Loaf she coordinated waste minimization efforts at KeyBank Pavilion in Pittsburgh, built energy efficient straw bale homes in Moab, UT, and worked as the Michigan Field Representative for Protect Our Winters. Zoe plans to create a sustainability framework that will create a unified understanding of sustainability at Sugarloaf. Through innovative strategies learned throughout her years leading sustainability efforts, Zoe will lead Sugarloaf's efforts to reduce its environmental impact. When Zoe isn’t working, she is likely mountain biking, petting a dog, or hitting the slopes.  

Latest Updates

  • Boyne Resorts Moves To 100% Renewable Electric Energy Across North American Operations

    Announces Environmental Sustainability Plan and Goal of Zero Net Carbon Emissions by 2030

  • Sugarloaf Resort Switch To 100% Renewable Electricity with Renewable Energy Credits

    Boyne Resorts purchased Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) to offset 100% of electricity use

  • Climate Collaborative Charter

    Four Largest Ski Industry Leaders Announce Joint Commitment to Fight Climate Change

  • Sugarloaf Upgrades 113 Snow Guns with Help from Efficiency Maine

    Sugarloaf recently received two grants from Efficiency Maine, totaling $198,000.

  • Sugarloaf 2020 Sustainability Report

    For the first time, we're publishing a comprehensive Sustainability Report. Read it here.

  • Sugarloaf Joins the Protect Our Winters Resort Alliance

    Sugarloaf is proud to say we are joining forces with Protect our Winters to combat climate change.

Aerial shot of snow-covered Sugarloaf