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Maine Forestry Museum MFM Forest Service Ranger 223 (Joel Cyr) pulls over on the Golden Road to let a load of wood go by in 1973. Back then, Great Northern kept the Golden Road so well graded that loads could travel at 60-70 mph. Thanks to Joel Cyr for this photo. Description by Forest Fire Lookout Association Maine Chapter. ...

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We found this rusted peavey head a few years back while searching for remains of the 1919 lookout on the summit of Black Cat Mountain in T1 R9. The handle was completely rotted off. It now hangs on the porch at camp.

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Crafters at the Maine Forestry Museum New Forestry Celebration

PRESS RELEASE Maine Forestry Museum

August 4TH, 2016

Call for Artists/Crafters at the Maine Forestry Museum New Forestry Celebration!

Rangeley- Saturday August 27th marks the date of the first Maine Forestry Museum “Forestry Celebration”. The Forestry Celebration starts at 10 am on the Museum grounds at 221 Stratton Rd, Rangeley, ME.

The organizers are dedicating 38 spaces for artists and crafters and are welcoming new applications for vendors for this one-day event. This is not just a craft and art show! The Museum is hosting a collection of activities that day including the ever popular Bean Hole Dinner, Barrel Train rides, youth build-a- birdhouse, a scavenger hunt for children and also one for adults, Appreciation Ceremonies for our volunteers and the big events will be the induction of many Loggers into our Loggers Hall of Fame and dedication of the “Chief’s Point Trail” in honor of Andre’ Brochu.

Spaces are 10 x 10 plus elbowroom for the special low price of $15 per space. Set up starts at 8 am and hours are 10am to 4 pm. There is no rain date for this event. Please contact the Maine Forestry Museum at 864-3939 for more details and a vendor’s application or click here to download the application.  Deadline for entries is August 20th.