About the Maine Forestry Museum

Our Mission:

Preserve the rich cultural heritage of forestry and conservation in the State of Maine so that it may be shared with future generations.   

Educate our visitors of the contributions of logging, logging families and the forestry industry to the growth of Maine.

Instill appreciation for the natural resources of the Maine forest.

Inspire visitors to support this cultural preservation and encourage others to join in the effort.

Our Vision:

Grow awareness of the Maine Forestry Museum through enhanced communication efforts.

Cultivate capable future stewards of Maine’s natural resources by creating a deeper connection between Maine’s young citizens and its forests through on-site interactive educational opportunities for middle- and high-schoolers across the state.

Expand the Museum facility to accommodate and display additional artifacts, exhibits, and interactive learning experiences that bring lessons of our history, related science, and environmental stewardship to life.

Establish long-term financial support of the mission and vision through a dedicated effort and increased focus on fundraising.

Board of Directors

Scott Stevens – President
Pete Johnson – Vice President
Don Chase – Treasurer
Sharon Cyr – Secretary
Alyssa Andrews
Bo Beaulieu
Mark Beauregard
Kevin Cyr
Chris Farmer
Joe Scardapane

Office Staff

Em Hancheck – Docent
Ina Richards – Docent

Connect

E-Mail: maineforestry@gmail.com
Phone: (207) 864-3939

Address

Grounds Address:
Maine Forestry Museum
221 Stratton Rd.
Dallas Plantation, ME 04970

Mailing Address:
Maine Forestry Museum
P.O. Box 154
Rangeley, ME 04970

Email Address:
maineforestry@gmail.com

 

Covid Policy

The safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers is of utmost importance. We follow Maine CDC guidelines and mandates during the Covid public health crisis. Additionally, the Maine Forestry Museum has implemented the following protocols:

  • We recommend all visitors wear face coverings inside the museum building.
  • We have instituted a cleaning schedule of santitizing public areas and “high touch” surfaces throughout the day.
  • We have placed hand sanitizer stations throughout the museum.

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