October 5, 2021
Hagge Woods: 2012, Owned by OCT, 2.47 Acres.
A gift from Cyrus & Patty Hagge. Forested upland on Little Diamond Island with old growth American Beech and Shagbark Hickory trees. On the shore of Casco Bay with views of Portland.
The site looks outward on the northern facing side of the island. The photos captured at this site show the continuous erosion of the banks.
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