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    Weston Woods and Waters Madison 112419 - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Robert Abbott, steward of Weston Woods and Waters, right, and Peter Weston install a trail sign at Weston Woods and Waters in Madison on Wednesday. The woods are named after Peter Weston's family that began farming the land in 1786. The original homestead, built in 1817, still stands along the Kennebec River within the woods.

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    From left, Ernest W. Hilton, an engineering and legal consultant, Jack Gibson of Somerset Woods Trustees and Peter Weston talk about Weston Woods and Waters in Madison on Wednesday.

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    The homestead of Deacon Benjamin Weston, built in 1817, stands next to the Kennebec River within Weston Woods and Waters in Madison on Wednesday.

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    The homestead of Deacon Benjamin Weston, built in 1817, stands next to the Kennebec River within Weston Woods and Waters in Madison on Wednesday.

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    Old Glory flies off the homestead of Deacon Benjamin Weston, built in 1817. The homestead stands next to the Kennebec River within Weston Woods and Waters in Madison on Wednesday.

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    The Kennebec River flows near the the homestead of Deacon Benjamin Weston, pictured at right, in Madison Wednesday. The homestead, built in 1817, is within Weston Woods and Waters.

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    Somerset Woods Trustees has completed the purchase of 276 acres along the Kennebec River in Madison. From left Jack Gibson, president of Somerset Woods Trustees; Robert Abbott, steward of Weston Woods and Waters; Ernest W. Hilton, an engineering and legal consultant; and Peter Weston, whose family started farming the land in 1786 are pictured in Weston Woods and Waters in Madison on Wednesday. The original homestead, built in 1817, still stands along the Kennebec River within the woods.

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    The natural beauty of Weston Woods and Waters in Madison Wednesday.

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    Weston Woods and Waters Madison 112419 - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Somerset Woods Trustees has completed the purchase of 276 acres along the Kennebec River in Madison. From left, Robert Abbott, steward of Weston Woods and Waters; Peter Weston, whose family started farming the land in 1786; Ernest W. Hilton, an engineering and legal consultant; and Jack Gibson, president of Somerset Woods Trustees, are pictured near the Kennebec River along Weston Woods and Waters property in Madison on Wednesday. The original homestead, built in 1817, still stands along the Kennebec River within the woods.

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    Weston Woods and Waters Madison 112419 - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    The natural beauty of Weston Woods and Waters in Madison Wednesday.

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