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The Maine Forest Products Council is currently seeing a full-time office manager.

Thank you to all who made our 62nd Annual Meeting a success!

Join MFPC to be heard in Augusta and Washington!

Jim Robbins

Jim Robbins Sr.

Robbins Lumber, Searsmont

"We belong to the Maine Forest Products Council because they do a fantastic job representing the Maine forest products industry in Maine legislative matters and also our interests at the federal level. They cover the broad diversity of interests within our industry and also give us a great opportunity to interact with others in our industry. They are very professional at what they do and represent us well."

About MFPC

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Since 1961, the Maine Forest Products Council has been the voice of Maine’s forest economy. The MFPC represents the diverse needs of Maine’s forest products community. Our members are landowners, loggers, truckers, paper mills, tree farmers, foresters and lumber processors, but they are also bankers, lawyers and insurance executives. We feel we represent anyone who has an interest in seeing the Maine woods remain a viable, sustainable resource.

We serve our community by gathering information, bringing groups together to discuss concerns, hosting events, conducting tours and helping people find common ground. We represent our members at the Maine Legislature, across the state, in Washington D.C. and across the nation.

The MFPC Board is very active, and holds weekly policy teleconferences during each legislative session to discuss legislation of interest and arrive at a position.

Find Your State Legislators

It’s essential that Maine Forest Products Council members get to know their legislators, because representatives and senators want to know how legislation affects their constituents.

The first step is finding out who represents you in the Maine House and Senate.

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