Category Archives: Notes from the President

We should be more like Norway

How Can We Get more Immigrants from Norway? Norway has a vibrant economy based on natural resources and tourism with clean air, water, and forests protected by strict environmental rules. They produce oil but have a carbon tax with revenues … Continue reading

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Winter 2017-2018 Newsletter: For the Sake of Maine Lakes

Welcome to the Maine Lakes Society Winter 2017-2018 Newsletter, For the Sake of Maine Lakes “At the end of October, Maine was hit with a one-two punch that began with the remains of a rapidly moving tropical depression that brought torrential … Continue reading

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Maine Lakes’ President Pete Kallin at NRCM Awards Ceremony

  “Maine lakes are just a gift … Protection of Maine lakes is a multi-generational thing. Most of the people who live on Maine’s lakes are multi-generational … it takes training of the current generation and training of the future … Continue reading

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Nice Catch!

Nice Kennebec River shad caught by Maine Lakes Society Board member, Pete Kallin, on a lead free shad dart (type of jig) from Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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