Maine 4-H Foundation purchases camp on Long Lake in Princeton

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PRINCETON, Maine (WABI) The site of a former camp in Washington County has been purchased by the Maine 4-H Foundation.

The Greenland Point Center is located in Princeton.

The 64-acre facility on Long Lake is expected to open next spring as a youth camp that will focus on outdoor education, ecology, and conservation.

Donors helped raise the initial $350,000 for the purchase, and 4-H is working to raise an additional matching amount to make upgrades to the camp.

To learn more about the Greenland Point project, contact Susan Jennings, Maine 4-H Foundation executive director, 207.615.7300,; Ryder Scott, director of 4-H Camp and Learning Centers, 207.665.2068,; or Jen Lobley, Extension professor, Washington County, 207.255.3345,