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Current Donors & Sponsors

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Major Funding

Major funding for the Lake Stewards of Maine (LSM) is made possible by grants from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, and the US Environmental Protection Agency.

Charitable Foundations

Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s Outdoor Fund
The Benevity Community Impact Fund
The Betterment Fund
Jane B. Cook 1992 Charitable Trust
Davis Conservation Foundation
Horne Family Charitable Foundation
Roy A. Hunt Foundation
IBM International Foundation
Onion Foundation
Orchard Foundation
Ram Island Conservation Fund of the Maine Community Foundation
Elmina B. Sewall Foundation

Business & Community Supporters

Bath Savings Institution
Casco, Town of
Clark Insurance
Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust
Cumberland Crossing by OceanView
Ellis Pond Sidekicks
Good Theater
Highland Green Retirement Community
Hildreth & White
KM Robbins Construction, LLC
Lake Spirits Photography
Maine Audubon
Mr. Lakefront
Ness Oil Company
OceanView at Falmouth Retirement Community
Patagonia
Portland Water District
Rooster Brother, Inc.
Trisha Cheney Realtor @ Lakepoint Real Estate
YSI Incorporated

Lake & Regional Watershed Associations

Alamoosook Lake Association
Alford Lake/Lermond Pond Association
Allen Pond Improvement Association
Androscoggin Lake Improvement Corporation
Annabessacook Lake Improvement Association
Basin, David, Tilton Ponds Association
Bauneg Beg Lake Association
Bear Pond Improvement Association
Berry Dexter Wilson Ponds Watershed Association
Branch Lake Association, Inc
Cathance Lake Association
Citizens Association of Liberty Lakes
Clary Lake Association
Clearwater Lake Improvement Association
Clemons Pond Association
Cold Stream Camp Owners’ Association, Inc.
Community Lakes Association
Crystal Lake Association
Dexter Lake Association
East Pond Association
Five Kezars Watershed Improvement Association
Friends of Cross Lake
Friends of Lake Winnecook
Friends of Quimby Pond
Friends of Wilson Lake
Georges Pond Association
Great East Lake Improvement Association
Greater Pushaw Lake Association
Green Lake Association
Green & Mirror Ponds Association
Gull Pond Association
Highland Lake Association
Hosmer Pond Association
Island Falls Lakes Association
Kennebunk Pond Association
Keoka Lake Association
Kezar Lake Watershed Association
Lake Wesserunsett Association
Lakes Association of Norway
Lakeville Camp Owners Association
Little Sebago Lake Association
Little Wilson Pond Improvement Association
Long Pond Association
Loon Lake Association
Lovejoy Pond Improvement Association
Maranacook Lake Association
Meddybemps Lake Association
Mirror Lake Association
Mousam Lake Region Association
Muscongus Pond Association
Nickerson Lake Wilderness Preservation, Inc.
No Name Pond Watershed Management Association
North Pond Association
Panther Pond Association
Parker Pond Association
Pattee’s Pond Association
Piper Pond Association
Pitcher Pond Improvement Association
Pleasant Lake & Parker Pond Association
Pleasant Pond Protective Association
Pleasant River Lake Association
Portage Lake Association
Porter Lake Association
Raymond Waterways Protective Association
Sabbathday Lake Association
Sand-Locke Pond Association
Saturday Pond Watershed Association
Sebasticook Lake Association
Sebec Lake Association
Sheepscot Lake Association
Square Pond Improvement Association
Summer Haven Lakes Association
Swan Lake Association
Taylor Pond Association
Thompson Lake Environmental Association
Toddy Pond Association
Toothaker Pond Association
Torsey Pond Association
Tripp Lake Improvement Association
Webb Lake Association
West Harbor Pond Watershed Association
Wilson Lake Association

Our Mission

Lake Stewards of Maine (LSM) works to protect Maine lakes and to promote lake stewardship through widespread citizen participation in the gathering and dissemination of credible scientific information pertaining to lake health.

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LSM is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to the collection of information pertaining to lake water quality. For 50 years, trained volunteers throughout Maine have donated their time so that we may all learn more about one of Maine’s most beautiful and important resources — our lakes.