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Comments for: Discovery Education producing video in Maine woods to help students understand how nature fits into their lives

BAKER LAKE, Maine — The forests surrounding Baker Lake in far northern Somerset County are remote, even by Maine standards. Few people other than loggers, truckers and some die-hard outdoor enthusiasts visit the area, reachable by driving about two hours north of Jackman on logging roads… Read More
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  • Anonymous

    What a great story from a very familiar area and operation!!!  Just like to point out that all those Dead standing old hardwoods trees could have been altered by aerial spraying.  Not to ruin some green dream but that is a factor. 
    Best to leave mother nature to do her own thing!

    • Anonymous

      I guess I missed the old dead hardwood trees reference.

      What I read was old growth birch and pine trees. The latter is usually left to naturally seed the area to pine, and the birch to provide wildlife habitat.

  • Guest

    What a load of green BS.
    This is nothing more than a Nature Conservancy attempt to help promote the Quimby National Park.

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  • Anonymous

    I love that area. I wish I could have gotten up there this fall.

    • Anonymous

      You better hope Mrs. Quimby doesen’t end up with it. If she does the only way you will get to it is to tear her gate down like the Wilson Stream road in Elliotsville.

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