Saving, Sharing Seboeis Lake
The Land for Maine’s Future Fund has been tapped to buy some 2,400 acres and 16 miles of lake frontage along Seboeis Lake. The land will be preserved for public recreation and the protection of key forestry resources. Other funding for the $2.5 million purchase came from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands. It’s all part of the Katahdin Forest Expansion, a state-sponsored initiative — with additional backing from the Department of Agriculture's Forest Legacy Program — to protect natural resources and scenic lands between Milo and Millinocket.