‘Our National Conservation effort must include the complete spectrum of resources; air, water & land; fuels, energy & minerals;soils, forests & forage; fish & wildlife. Together they make up the world of nature which surrounds us’
EPA 319 projects
The District is proud to partner with several communities to protect & improve water quality.
Watersheds are defined by where the water moves to & with that water comes the potential for erosion, decreased oxygen, increased plant growth (including invasives) loss of soil & decreses in clarity.
The 319 grant program administered statewide by the ME Department of Environmental Protection provide communities & lake associations with matching funds to protect our lakes, rivers & streams for boaters, anglers & lake front owners.
For more information on our 319 Projects please contact Theresa Galvin, 324-0888 X 208 or firstname.lastname@example.org