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Interested in preserving the natural shoreline and waterways of Maine?

Updated: Jul 18, 2020

The Saco River Corridor Commission is committed to protecting public health and safety and the quality of life for the state of Maine. The commission regulates land and water uses, protects and conserves the region’s unique and exceptional natural resources, and prevents the detrimental impacts of incompatible development.

Volunteers are needed to ensure properly planned development and the protection of the Saco, Ossipee, and Little Ossipee Rivers from environmental degradation.

Representatives are needed for the towns of:

  • Acton

  • Buxton

  • Cornish (pending)

  • Dayton

  • Denmark

  • Fryeburg (pending)

  • Hollis

  • Limington

  • Newfield

  • Shapleigh

  • Waterboro

You could play an important role in preserving rivers, lakes, and clean drinking water; ensuring public health and the ability of our children to enjoy the rivers we know and value today.

Please contact the Saco River Corridor Commission office if you’re interested in volunteering as a representative for your town: 81 Maple Street Cornish, Maine 04020 (207) 625-8123


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