Location: In and around Dead River Township, on the northern shore of Flagstaff Lake, Somerset County Description: The Dead River Public Reserved Land parcel is located on the northern shores of Flagstaff Lake. The parcel contains a popular fishing and camping spot called The Big Eddy below Long Falls Dam, as well as a number Read More
What a great way to explore Maine! Here are some trails that you can enjoy while riding on horseback. Some of these trails are also open to ATVs and snowmobiles, so be alert while riding on these paths.
Dennys River The Dennys is a river rich in superlatives. Among all the Downeast salmon rivers that are rated as “outstanding” for their water quality and wildlife values, the Dennys has the richest wildlife, the most diverse riverine and riparian plant communities, and the longest stretch of river without road crossings or camps. Thanks to Read More
The Sawyer Mountain Highlands rise more than one thousand feet over the floodplains of the Saco, Ossipee, and Little Ossipee rivers, supporting a diverse array of natural features. High ledges offer views out to Casco Bay and the White Mountains. For more than a decade, the Francis Small Heritage Trust (FSHT) has worked to conserve the Read More
With southern Maine’s landscape becoming more developed, the remaining large tracts of open space are an increasingly critical resource for wildlife and watershed protection. To conserve key lands in the Sebago Lake watershed Loon Echo Land Trust (LELT) asked the Land for Maine’s Future (LMF) program to help fund creation of a 1,558-acre Sebago Headwaters Preserve around Read More