top of page

Mon, Jul 31


7 Lakes Alliance

Camp and Gravel Road Maintenance Workshop 2023

Save Money - Maximize Resources - Protect Water Quality

Registration is Closed: please contact for more information
See other events
Camp and Gravel Road Maintenance Workshop 2023
Camp and Gravel Road Maintenance Workshop 2023

Time & Location

Jul 31, 2023, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

7 Lakes Alliance, 137 Main St, Belgrade, ME 04917, USA


About The Event

Attention: Camp Road residents, Lake and Road Association members, Driveway owners, Municipal Officials, and Contractors. This workshop is for you! This workshop will discuss road design and installation, and how maintenance of your gravel road, camp road, and driveway will save you money and protect water quality. Road Commissioners, Public Works Supervisors, CEOs and others involved in road maintenance are welcome. Provides 4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for Recertification in Erosion Control Practices. Hosted by 7 Lakes Alliance, Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed, and 30 Mile River Watershed Association

Cost of Workshop: 

$20 Pre-Registration; $30 day of event

$5 discount for additional members of the same road association, lake association, business, or town.

Register here. Contact: 7 Lakes Alliance, 207-495-6039


Charlie Baeder, 7 Lakes Alliance: Roads and Water Quality; 319 cost-share grants for road construction projects to reduce erosion and improve water quality, 2023-2024.

Peter Coughlan, Director, Maine Local Roads Center, Maine DOT: Road basics 101; grader operators; ensuring safety and reducing impacts on water quality; culvert sizing; winter plowing; technical resources.

John Maclaine, Nonpoint Source (NPS) Training Center, Maine DEP: Permitting, Erosion, and Sedimentation Control; Culvert grant opportunities 2023-2024; Stream-Crossing design and construction.

Josh Platt, President, Maine Environmental Solutions LLC; Kennebec County Soil and Water Conservation District: Surveying gravel roads; Road Plans: design and maintenance for road associations.

Dave Rocque, Maine State Soil Scientist-retired: Effective non-traditional practices to repair roads.

“Funding for this project is, in part, provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act. The funding is administered by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection in partnership with EPA.”

Share This Event

bottom of page