Join us for a fun afternoon on the river at Brown Street Boat Launch for free paddling provided by Portland Paddle and Maine Path & Paddle Guides.
Meet at the Presumpscot River Boat Launch off Forest Avenue, RTE 302, across from Riverton Trolly Park. . Take out is at the Brown Street Boat Launch in Westbrook. Boat available onsite or bring your own boat. Paddlers are responsible for bringing water, sunscreen or any other necessary personal items for the float. PFDS are required., and all participants will be asked to complete a release form when they arrive. Please remember to bring snacks. After the float please join us at 89 Conant St., The Farm at Conant Homestead, for refreshments.
Join Friends of the Presumpscot River for a special event to honor our river’s natural heritage, commemorate historic & current efforts to protect it, and support its ongoing restoration.
Join Friends of the Presumpscot River and Portland Paddle for a river float, paddling from Mallison Falls to the Lincoln Street boat launch in Westbrook. Then join us afterwards at The Farm at Conant Homestead, at 89 Conant Street in Westbrook for sunset at the farm, with light refreshments and conviviality. During the float, we will highlight features along the river.
Join us for a talk at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute with John Waldman, aquatic conservation biologist & professor at Queens College, New York
Help us celebrate 25 years advocating for our river. Join Friends of the Presumpscot River for a fly-fishing talk and demo with registered Maine Guide Evelyn King, Vice President of Trout Unlimited's Sebago Chapter, and Nancy Litrocapes—both members or Maine Women's Fly Fishers.
Help us celebrate 25 years advocating for our river. Join Friends of the Presumpscot River for a presentation with Mayor Mike Sanphy on Saccarappa's industrial history and how it shaped Westbrook, followed by a discussion on the city’s current and future plans for revitalizing the downtown area and Main Street.