Secondary wood manufacturint
Secondary wood manufacturing contributes 8,884 jobs and $1.8 billion to Maine's economy, about 20 percent of the forest products industry’s impact.

It’s MFPC award time! Please nominate an outstanding logger, trucker, forester or manufacturer

Each year, the Maine Forest Products Council asks its members to select outstanding individuals from the forest products community who excel in their professions. (See previous winners). Below you’ll find the criteria and nomination form for: 

Criteria and Nomination Form for Outstanding Logger

Criteria and Nomination Form for Outstanding Trucker

Criteria and Nomination Form for Outstanding Manufacturer

Outstanding Forester Nomination Form

Click here for a list of previous winners

Please take the time to consider those people in the forest products community who have done an exemplary job in these areas and deserve recognition for their positive impact on our industry.  It is an important opportunity for us to look within our industry and provide recognition and public attention where it is due.  The recipients of the awards will be honored at the Maine Forest Products Council 2017 Annual meeting awards banquet on September 17 at Sebasco Harbor Resort in Phippsburg.

Email the nomination form to Sue McCarthy or mail to MFPC, 535 Civic Center Drive, Augusta ME 04330.

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Candidates Breakfast - Old Town

All members are invited to meet local legislative candidates, get a look at the industry "roadmap" for Maine's forest economy and enjoy a complimentary breakfast.
When: Wed September 26 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Candidates Breakfast - Caribou

All MFPC members are invited to meet local legislative candidates and get a look at the "roadmap" for Maine's forest at one of five complimentary breakfasts. RSVP to smccarthy@maineforest.org.
When: Thu September 27 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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