EcoVenture registration process goes online

RANGELEY – In just a few short months RLHT and EcoVenture Camp for Kids! will be kicking off its 15th season of fun in one of the most beautiful and exhilarating playgrounds in Maine. To make the camper registration process easier for everyone, RLHT will be posting all the registration forms on our website  by

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EcoVenture registration process goes online

Be Firewise: Know the risk of forest fires

By Mac Dudley Rangeley Plantation Town Fire Warden Spring is in the air and the snow is melting. Limbs and dead trees that have fallen during winter litter the ground. Leaf material in the yard and the surrounding woods from the previous fall begin to show up and dry out.

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Be Firewise: Know the risk of forest fires

Public invited to participate in byway development project; next meeting April 5

RANGELEY – Since 2001, the Rangeley Lakes Scenic National Byway has received over $5 million in federal funding and has generated nearly $20 million in economic activity to enhance the byway for visitors and residents alike. With its new overlook at the iconic Height of Land, its year-round public restrooms in Rangeley and Oquossoc villages,

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Public invited to participate in byway development project; next meeting April 5

Students learn about forestry at logging museum

RANGELEY – On Oct. 18, the students of the Rangeley Lakes Regional School Alternative Education class, called “The Naturals,” participated in a three and a half hour program at the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum.

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Students learn about forestry at logging museum