LOCATION: Route 117, Otisfield
DISTANCE: 5 miles of trails 
DIFFICULTY: Gentle woods
PERMITTED USES: Hiking, walking, snowshoeing, skiing, dog-walking,
fly fishing, nature observations

TWIN BRIDGES
PRESERVE

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Over 200,000 households, 1/6th of Maine, rely upon clean drinking water from the Sebago Lake Reservoir, which is fed by the Crooked River and other tributaries within the greater Sebago Lake Watershed.

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NEWS

 

Crooked River and Sebago Lake

Watershed Work Continues, Spring, 2017

 

The Trust continues to work within the Crooked River

Watershed with an over-arching goal of protecting a

forested watershed for a variety of ecosystem services

including water quality.

 

Over 200,000 households, 1/6th of Maine, rely upon clean drinking water from the Sebago Lake Reservoir, which is

fed by the Crooked River and other tributaries within the

greater Sebago Lake Watershed. Recently, new partners

have joined the effort, providing welcome conservation approaches, technical and organizational expertise, and financial support.

 

Thanks to support from the partnership, WFLT will be

hiring a part-time program coordinator, allowing more of

our Executive Director’s time to be dedicated to

conservation in the watershed.

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