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Sebago Lake Ecology Center

Sebago Lake Ecology Center
intersection of Routes 237 and 35

The Sebago Lake Ecology Center contains a wealth of environmental resources for adults and children. While visiting the center you can take a guided tour of our Nature Trails or if you are interested in lake-friendly landscaping, our  Low Impact Development and Garden Demonstrations display ways to reduce stormwater runoff and also native plants used to filter runoff.

Inside, you may peruse our resource library containing books ranging from field guides to informational texts on ecology, wildlife, and nature discovery and appreciation. Our children’s library contains books about wildlife, water, aquatic habitats, fish, and science projects to inspire and nurture environmental stewardship at a young age.

The Ecology Center also boasts a new display featuring two preserved Common Loons and information about why they are so special. We have free maps, brochures, and landscaping resources. Many of our materials may be borrowed.

Sebago Lake Ecology Center is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media


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