Welcome to Tacoma Lakes Maine! Our 5 beautiful lakes are located in Litchfield and Monmouth. Our lakes are named Buker Pond, Jimmy Pond, Little Purgatory Pond, Sand Pond and Woodbury Pond.
The Tacoma Lakes Improvement Society is dedicated to the education of lakes users and the environmental protection of our lakes. We believe that education is the key to ensuring that future generations have the same priviledge we do to enjoy the special beauty of the Tacoma Lakes. The Society is actively involved helping to protect our lakes. Particularly important is protecting our lakes from invasive plants, exotic fish and "slow the flow" nutrient reduction. The society also assists the dam keeper, who maintains our water levels. The Society is a not for profit lake association. We depend upon volunteers for all our activities.
Membership is open to anyone interested in the Tacoma Lakes. You do not need to own lake front property to be a member. 2013 dues are only $15.00. Please contact the Society for further information:
Show your TLIS pride! We are excited to offer adult and child tee shirts and quality tote bags with our beautiful logo designed by Brian Kent. We sold many shirts and tote bags at the recent annual meeting but we know not everyone could attend, so we are making them available here on our website. It's easy to order these items. Simply print the order form, fill it out and mail it to us with your check. Unfortunately we cannot accept on line payments at this time. We custom order each tee shirt. We have tote bags in stock at very special pricing. We hope you will mail us your order today!
Loon Nest Woodbury Pond Spring 2008 - Copyright 2008 Harold F. Potts, Jr.
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