Allagash Wilderness Waterway

“Youth on the Allagash” Winter 2022 Update

Starting in 2016, Youth on the Allagash has connected middle school students in the St. John Valley with multi-faceted Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and...

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Ice Fishing Tips

This article was written by Matt LaRoche and first appeared in the January edition of the Northwoods Sporting Journal. Did you ever notice that some ice...

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AWWF Congratulates Al Cowperthwaite on Four Decades of Service to the Maine Woods

AWWF President, Bob McIntosh, visits North Maine Woods, Inc offices in Ashland ME to congratulate Al Cowperthwaite on his pending retirement and to meet the...

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AWWF Presents Board Resolution Honoring Matt and Ruth LaRoche

[caption id="attachment_29" align="alignleft" width="640"] From left: Jenny Ward, Bob McIntosh, Matt LaRoche, Ruth LaRoche (Photo credit: Rachel Pohl)[/caption] On Sunday, April 11, 2021, AWWF President Bob...

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Best Job in the World

By: Kevin Brown, Chief Ranger of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway “You have the best job in the world,” the paddlers would tell me as we chatted...

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New Fire Tower Cabs at Allagash, Round Pond Mountains

The Bureau of Parks and Lands (BPL) recently installed new fire tower cabs on Allagash, Round Pond (T13 R12) and Deboullie Mountains. These projects have...

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Fall Fishing Tactics

Fall fishing can be feast or famine depending on several factors. The most significant influences on stream and river fishing in the fall are water...

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Allagash Wilderness Waterway Foundation Elects Seven New Board Members

The Allagash Wilderness Waterway Foundation (AWWF) is pleased to announce the election of seven new board members. In making this announcement, Bob McIntosh, Board President,...

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Celebrating 50 Years of this Wild & Scenic River!

Fifty years ago today, July 17, 1970, the Allagash Wilderness Waterway was designated a National Wild and Scenic River by U.S Secretary of the Interior...

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You Won’t Believe the 1859 Supply List at Chamberlain Farm on the Allagash River

Even Henry David Thoreau stopped by in 1857 to buy four pounds of brown sugar About halfway up the eastern shore of Chamberlain Lake, nestled behind...

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