Allagash

2021 Annual Message from Board President Bob McIntosh

A year ago I wrote that the future is full of uncertainties. While uncertainties still exist, regarding COVID-19, our country and we are now in...

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Help Fulfill the Promise of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway

Dear Friend of the Allagash, I hope our Annual Appeal letter finds you, family, and friends safe and well. We live in a time of health...

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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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Celebrating the AWW Rangers on this “World Ranger Day”

The Allagash Wilderness Waterway Foundation (AWWF) salutes AWW Superintendent Matt LaRoche and all the AWW rangers on this international day of celebration. Their leadership and...

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Where to Find the Allagash Explorer Pocket Guide

Allagash Explorer is available at the following outlets: • Bogan Books (Fort Kent) • BookStacks (Bucksport) • Epic Sports (Bangor) • Green Hand Bookshop (Portland and online) • Gulf of Maine Books (Brunswick) • L.L. Bean Bike, Boat & Ski...

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Annual Message from Board President Bob McIntosh

Board President Bob McIntosh provided the following to the Allagash Wilderness Waterway Foundation Board of Directors at the Foundation’s annual meeting held on June 15,...

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Meet Allagash Explorer!

The Allagash Wilderness Waterway Foundation is pleased to announce the release of the pocket-size Allagash Explorer, A Take-Along Companion For Maine’s Wilderness Waterway, created in...

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Get Your Limited Edition Allagash 50th Anniversary Print Today!

The Allagash Wilderness Waterway (AWW) celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2016. In honor of this milestone, the AWW offered 500 signed and numbered prints of Mark...

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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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