Entry #4: Sebago Region Trail Tips
Numerous studies show getting outdoors is one of the best things you can do for your mental and physical health. In honor of Earth Day, we’ve prepared this list of outdoor activities matched with appropriate preserves managed by our Sebago Lake watershed partners to help you get acquainted with some less-populated trails in the state that are under an hour’s drive from Greater Portland.
Episode #2: Outdoorswoman Christi Holmes
Holmes talks about how and why she became a hunter and an angler, the challenges women interested in these outdoor activities face, and why the Sebago Lake watershed is a special place for recreation.
Entry #3: Nature Book Recommendations
A selection of books about various topics related to nature and the outdoors that we’ve been learning from recently.
Episode #1: Into the Woods with Forester Jesse Duplin
Duplin discusses the benefits of sustainable forestry and the unique timber, wildlife, and recreation values at the newly conserved Tiger Hill Community Forest at Sebago.
Entry #1: Backyard Birding
We are fortunate in the Sebago watershed and downstream towns to have plentiful and varied bird habitat that supports hundreds of different bird species. All you really need to enjoy watching this bounty of birds is some time, a view of the outdoors, and a sense of curiosity. But this is a great time to get to know the birds as more than just part of the scenery.