Thoreau-Wabanaki anniversary trip highlights the amazing landscape the Maine Woods offers to visitors.
The Center’s programs have benefited wood products, tourism, and modern wood heat businesses that provide 2,200 jobs, and our skills training initiatives have benefited 2,000 workers and students.
The Center’s programs have helped conserve 253,917 acres of forestland for community benefit through the Community Forest program and forestland purchases financed through New Markets Tax Credits.
$97.9 Million Investment
The Center’s programs have helped to secure and leverage $97.9 million for projects that benefit the region’s communities, the economy and forest stewardship over the last 10 years.
What's Happening In Your State
Read about the latest progress across all our programs.
13 Mile Woods Community Forest conserves forestland and generates income for rural community.
The Center is helping to spark a new energy economy in the Northern Forest based on heat from renewable local wood pellets.