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Our future planet must be a healthy planet

The Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed is dedicated to protecting our lakes, ponds, and streams through community efforts, conservation, and education. 

To find out more about our programs and to get involved, please check out the links below!

Our programs

Our Education Director, Cami Wilbert, is always looking for volunteers to help with our education programs listed below. Please email Cami at for more information.

Tadpole Patrol
Learn about the Friends’ innovative learning experience aboard the Otter II, our 22′ pontoon boat.
Nature Day Camps
Come join the Friends as we explore the natural world around us! Choose from 3 different camp programs.
Watershed Science
Creating future Watershed stewards through hands-on lessons that connect students to their local environment.
Invasive Aquatic Species
Find out how you can play a part in our project to eradicate, and prevent the spread of, various types of invasive milfoil.
Runoff Pollution
Learn about this innovative program that is designed to combat runoff pollutants from entering our waterways.
Donate Today
Contribute to our $111,000 fundraising goal for 2021. All donations are tax-deductible, and email receipts are provided.

It Starts With you

Become a Friend of the Friends of the Cobbosee Watershed! To get involved, contact us today!

How you can help

There are a number of ways you can support the Friends!

Volunteer With Us

Contact us today to learn more about volunteer opportunities.

Donate to the Friends!

Become a member

When you become a member of the Friends, you are helping to protect our waters within the Cobbossee Watershed.

Sponsor the friends

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact us today to learn more about how you can sponsor specific programs.

Our Schedule
See our Schedule

The Friends can be out and about protecting our waters, please call us at 207-395-5239 to make sure someone is available when you  plan to visit.

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