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Protecting the Appalachian Trail In Maine

A Handbook Compiled by the Allagash Environmental Institute, Center for Research & Advanced Study, University of Maine Portland - Gorham, 1976.

Directed & edited by Patricia Solotaire.

Contents: The Project Itself / The History of Trail Agreements in Maine / The Landowner's Duty to Hikers and Campers / History and Description of the Statutory Protection of the Appalachian Trail / An Overview of Tax Considerations / Land Protection Devices / Using the Information / Bibliography / Footnotes / Appendices

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University of Maine Portland - Gorham


Portland, Maine


Appalachian Trail, Environmental Protection, Trails, Hiking, Land Ownership, Camping, Baxter State Park, Landowners, Maine Appalachian Trail Club, Hikers, Trail Agreements, Public Lands, Easements, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Land Trusts, Land Conservation


Environmental Law | Environmental Policy | Environmental Studies | Forest Management | Forest Sciences | Land Use Law | Leisure Studies | Natural Resources Law | Nature and Society Relations | Outdoor Education | Property Law and Real Estate | Public Law and Legal Theory | Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration | Tourism


USM Libraries Stacks: TD 171.3 M2 M35

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Protecting the Appalachian Trail In Maine



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