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Over 100 miles of shoreline surveyed for invasive plants

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RANGELEY – Once again, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust’s volunteer invasive plant patrollers have found no aquatic invaders during their annual surveys and a massive thank you goes out to them. Volunteers patrol in July, August, and September (when peak growth) to survey shorelines and document native plants. Fourteen lakes and ponds surveyed were: Beaver Mountain, Cupsuptic (including the Cupsuptic River), Kennebago, Little Kennebago, Loon, Mooselookmeguntic, Rangeley, and Saddleback lakes, and Gull, Haley, Dodge, and Quimby ponds. New survey areas added this year were Round and Middle Sandy River Ponds.

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Over 100 miles of shoreline surveyed for invasive plants

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