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The Maine section of the IAT/SIA is 130 miles (211kms) long. Heading north from the Katahdin Lake East (KLE) Access trailhead of Baxter State Park, the route passes through boreal forests and follows trails, old logging roads, an abandoned railroad bed, and rural public roads to the potato fields of Aroostook County. Beyond Fort Fairfield, the trail enters New Brunswick.

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Maine to Greenland: Exploring the Maritime Far Northeast Susan Kaplin, Director of the Peary-MacMillan Museum and Artic Studies Center, at Brunswick Maine‚Äôs Bowdoin College, hosted an illustrated talk and book signing reception for Maine IAT Board member

Gilmore Family Visits Katahdin Brook Campsite  Recently, IAT member, Roger Gilmore, and his family hiked in to the IAT Katahdin Brook campsite. A generous donation from the Gilmore family helped fund the lean-to located at the campsite. Roger was

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