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The Dickey Lincoln School Lakes Project is a proposed multipurpose project located on the upper reaches of the St. John River in Aroostook County, Maine. Development would consist of two dams with associated reservoirs and hydroelectric generating facilities, five dikes and transmission lines. A more detailed description of the proposed project and its associated impacts is contained within the Revised Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed project.
New England Division, Corps of Engineers, and U. S. Army Engineer Division, "Fish and Wildlife Mitigation Report : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project, Maine" (1980). Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. 59.
United States. 1980. Fish and wildlife mitigation report: Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes project, Maine. Waltham, Mass: The Corps.
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