Katahdin Woods and Waters finally has its own map
The waterproof map, which costs $9.95, is now available at retail outlets throughout the Katahdin region and online at www.mapadventures.com. It was created in partnership with Friends of Katahdin Woods and Waters, a nonprofit group that promotes and supports the new monument, which was established in August 2016.
“We want people to get out there and explore the monument,” said Andrew Bossie, executive director of Friends of KWW. “We’re very psyched and proud of how [the map] came out.”
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