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Appleton Bog Atlantic White Cedar Stand

Appleton Bog Atlantic White Cedar Stand
Appleton Bog Atlantic White Cedar Stand

The Appleton Bog Atlantic White Cedar Stand is a large peatland with continuous forest cover and well developed hummock-and-hollow topography. The site supports large stands of virgin Atlantic white cedar, the most extensive growth of this species at the northeastern limit of its range.

Location: Kennebec County, ME

Year designated: 1984

Acres: 630

Ownership: Private


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Last Updated: June 28, 2012