• Maine Milfoil Consortium receives funding

    LSLA is preparing a Grant Application for up to $40,000 to assist in our milfoil mitigation program. Carol Ann Doucette is spearheading this effort which must be completed by...

  • LSLA receives donation of Historic Pontoon Boat

    In late August, LSLA took possession of the second pontoon boat ever on Little Sebago Lake. This 1981 Riviera Cruiser is 24 feet long and has a 1981 70 HP Johnson outboard. The large...

  • Milfoil crews still hard at work

    Summer may be over but not for the hard working crews of the HIPPO fleet. A concentrated effort in the early weeks of Fall have yielded an abundant harvest of the invasive milfoil plant

  • Milfoil Meets its match

    After two years petitioning Washington lawmakers for money to fight the spread of milfoil on local lakes, the Little Sebago Lake Association’s tireless efforts have finally borne fruit.

  • Federal Grant to help restore Little Sebago watershed

    Cumberland County Soil and Water Conservation Districts federal grant request on behalf of the Little Sebago watershed was recently approved.This grant allows the ongoing partnership...

  • Annual Meeting – 2009

    The annual meeting was held on Saturday, July 11, 2009 at the classic Aimhi Lodge. The weather cooperated and attendees arrived by boat, car, bicycle and foot.