Sebago Clean Waters conserves forests to keep Maine’s largest drinking water supply clean.

Only 11% of the Sebago Lake watershed is currently conserved. To maintain the purity of the water, we need your help to raise $15 million to permanently protect 25% of the forestland.

Learn about the importance of keeping Sebago Lake clean for the health of the environment, Maine economy, and future generations.

How and where to enjoy
the land and water

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How and why we
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How downstream businesses and towns can contribute

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How watershed landowners and towns can help

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Sebago Clean Waters is not a stand-alone entity, but a coalition of organizations working collaboratively toward shared goals.
Endorsements and statements by Sebago Clean Waters do not necessarily reflect the views of all member organizations.

Canoe and beer photos courtesy of Allagash Brewing Company.