Maine Lakes is non-profit, charitable membership that monitors the Maine state legislature to provide a clear voice for protection of our most precious freshwater resources and wildlife habitat. We encourage you to go to Maine Lakes , and click on Advocacy to see the current issues in front of the Maine Legislature, and to see what you (and the Sebec Lake Association) can do to protect our lake.
Save the Date! The annual meeting of the Sebec Lake Association is scheduled for Saturday, July 13 at 9:30 am in the Central Hall in Dover-Foxcroft. We will have a presentation by the Soil and Water Conservation District on Lake Smart, a free, voluntary program to empower camp owners to take an active role in conserving our beloved lake, protecting water quality and property values.
This is an educational event providing participants with an opportunity to learn about aquatic plants and how simple it is to monitor for invasive plant species. We will be led by a team from the Lake Stewards of Maine and the Soil and Water Conservation District. This is an on-the-water paddling event in canoes and kayaks. Stay tuned for more information on the timing of this event.
If you are interested in the Plant Paddle, please send an email to Hugh Johnston:
Yes, I am interested in participating in the plant paddle. Please include your Name, Email & Phone Number.
It will be fun!
Tim Obrey, Maine Inland Fish and Wildlife biologist updated the Fisheries Management work for the trout population of Sebec Lake. Check out his interesting report and underwater drone footage on our Fisheries Management Plan. Thanks Tim!