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Get Involved

Thank you for your interest in the Sebago to the Sea Trail! This project is fueled by community dedication and support.

There are several ways for you to get involved, including planning, advocacy, trail building and maintenance and participation in events. Here is how to take the next step:

General Interest:

Please email Tania Neuschafer at Presumpscot Regional Land Trust, info@prlt.org to be added to the Sebago to the Sea Trail general interest email list.

Planning and Advocacy:

The Sebago to the Sea Trail project has regional committees that plan, develop, and advocate for various sections of the Sebago to the Sea Trail. For information on becoming involved in one of the regional committees, contact Tania Neuschafer, Presumpscot Regional Land Trust, info@prlt.org.

Trail Building and Maintenance:

Sebago Lake area:

The first 8.5-miles of the Sebago to the Sea Trail were designated on October 2, 2010 ! The Presumpscot Regional Land Trust (PRLT) manages the first 4 miles of trail from Sebago Lake to Otter Ponds on Portland Water District's Sebago Lake Land Reserve. From Otter Ponds east, the trail is part of the Mountain Division Trail. To help with the Portland Water District segment of trail, contact PRLT, info@prlt.org .

Portland area:

Portland Trails is active in trail projects in and around the city of Portland , including the Sebago to the Sea Trail. If you are interested in trail work, please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Charlie Baldwin and/or check out the volunteer page on Portland Trails' website:


Other Trail and Conservation Projects in the Area:

If you are interested in finding out about other land conservation and trail projects in the area that need volunteers, contact:

Presumpscot Regional Land Trust

Portland Trails

Mountain Division Alliance

Sebago to the Sea TrailPresumpscot Regional Land Trust (Project Facilitator) • info@prlt.org