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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.

2017 MFPC Legislative Reception worth the wait!

After a huge snowstorm Feb. 9 forced postponement of MFPC’s 2017 Legislative Reception, we rescheduled for March 9 and it was worth the wait. Attendance was great, the conversation was lively and the buffet was terrific. MFPC members had a wonderful opportunity to talk with legislators – and vice versa. Special thanks to Office Manager Sue McCarthy who planned the event, took the photos and made everyone feel welcome.

 

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Maine Wood + Sustainability Tour

Local Wood WORKS invites you to spend a day in the woods and mills of Southern Maine participate in a professional workshop for design and engineering professionals focused on: growing Maine’s local wood economy; sustainable forestry practices; and forestland conservation. Register at https://app.etapestry.com/onlineforms/KennebecLandTrust/designmainetour.html
When: Thu November 8 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Southern Maine

Board of Directors Meeting

When: Thu November 8 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Make your voice heard in Augusta and Washington! MFPC employs three lobbyists who stay on top of legislative and regulatory initiatives affecting Maine’s forest products industry.

 

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You’re invited! Take advantage of the Council’s many opportunities to visit with the who’s who of Maine’s forest products industry at any of our special events.

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