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Maine Weekly Fall Foliage Reports Start Sept. 14

Image of Maine fall foliage at Acadia National Park, Maine

The views from Acadia National Park's small mountains get even better from late September to late October when tree foliage displays hues of yellow, orange and red. Credit: Maine Office of Tourism.

We recently received word from VisitMaine that the Maine Department of Conservation (DOC) public fall foliage reports will start on Sept. 14, 2011, featuring weekly updates for at least five weeks at http://www.Mainefoliage.com.  The Maine DOC also has a Maine Fall Foliage Facebook page where the weekly reports will also be updated, and fall foliage fans can share their Maine photos, videos and trip ideas.

I know that in the past, the folks creating the Maine Foliage site have done a tremendous job, thoroughly reporting on each region. We look forward to another year of the same, and thank the Maine DOC for this excellent service!

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