Outdoor Adventure Series kicks off in Rangeley

RANGELEY – On Monday, July 11, the Rangeley lakes Heritage Trust kicked off its 2011 edition of the popular Outdoor Adventure Series with a GPS workshop conducted by Patty Cormier of the Maine Department of Conservation. This will be our fourth year of offering these educational and fun-filled events to members of the Trust

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Outdoor Adventure Series kicks off in Rangeley

‘Headwaters’ leading fight against alien invaders

RANGELEY — Nearly a decade ago, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust began waging a war to protect the water quality of local lakes and ponds. Its foe was a handful of invasive aquatic plant species, collectively referred to as “Milfoil.” read more

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‘Headwaters’ leading fight against alien invaders

Cupsuptic Lake Park and Campground under new management

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust recently announced that Cupsuptic Campground will reopen this spring as Cupsuptic Lake Park and Campground. Plans are for a Memorial Day weekend opening

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Cupsuptic Lake Park and Campground under new management

EcoVenture Camp looks forward to another great season

OQUOSSOC – Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust and EcoVenture Camp for Kids! is looking forward to its 13th season of exciting activities in the great outdoors. Under our newly expanded format, EcoVenture will run four days per week for seven weeks

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EcoVenture Camp looks forward to another great season