With our partners, we are working to protect the water quality along the entire 58-mile long Sheepscot River, from its headwaters in the hills of West Montville to its terminus in Boothbay Harbor. The Sheepscot is one of the last remaining rivers with remnant populations of the nearly extinct native Atlantic salmon, so we are committed to protecting the river for the fish and for all of us. The “valley” of this amazing river includes rural Whitefield and the picturesque village of Coopers Mills, after which it drops over the Head Tide Dam to mix with the incoming tide in Alna, then winds through picturesque Sheepscot Village, home to spectacular reversing falls.

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