November 21, 2017
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Comments for: Teen’s outdoor leadership bodes well for Maine’s environmental future

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  • Anonymous

    I hope they have these youths read Baxters Deeds of Trust and find some diffrences between Friends of Baxter and Chewonki, seems their is quite a difference in that gulf. Especially not wanting relatives involved as I remember. Abol, Katahdin Lake campgrounds at one time were so nice. Not to mention beautiful buildings that were destroyed.

  • Anonymous

    What a great way to raise adults who are invested in the woods and waters of Maine.  These young people are the cream of the crop, very much the opposite of the teens people are always complaining about, and should be given all the support and opportunity available.  They make us bery proud.

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