The Mt. Agamenticus region is the largest unfragmented coastal forestland north of the New Jersey Pine Barrens and south of Acadia National Park. Two forest types, northern softwood and southern hardwood, overlap here to create the richest species diversity and the largest number of plant and animal species in the entire state. The Mt. A region includes portions of three watersheds (York, Great Works and Ogunquit Rivers), contains 40 miles of streams that feed lakes & ponds that in turn provide drinking water to 9 communities.