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With a corridor that flows along over 170 miles of river, it is to be expected that the lands adjacent to the waterway experience many different uses. If one were to look at a map of the Saco River Corridor Region, they would see an excellent example of those different uses. As the Saco River enters the state of Maine in Fryeburg and flows south through Brownfield, Denmark, and Hiram, it sees high agricultural and recreational use. As the Saco reaches Cornish and Baldwin, it is joined from the west by the Ossipee River after its 18-mile journey from Ossipee Lake in New Hampshire.