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Maine Forestry Museum MFM

I know this says Boothbay Region but I'm sure Rangeley's maples are dying to go too!!! ...

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Appalachian trail hikers Everett and Mel Skinner just leaving the Saddleback Mountain fire tower in October of 1968. Since the AT passed right by the tower and camp, visitors to this lookout were frequent. (Don Hicks photo) ...

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Ken Spaulding, watchman West Kennebago Mountain, sits in the cab of one of the last operating fire towers in Western Maine in 1981. Ken was watchman of West Kennebago Mountain Lookout in Upper Cupsuptic Township from 1974 through 1981. This tower was removed in 2012 when the summit was reclaimed for a radio site. ...

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Donate to the Maine Forestry Museum, Rangeley Maine

DONATION LEVEL DESIGNATIONS

$75,001 – $100,000        Logger’s Platinum Circle

$50,001 – $75,000           Logger’s Golden Circle

$25,001 – $50,000           Saw Mill Circle

$5,001 – $25,000              Boom Chain Club

$4,001 – $5,000                Pick Pole Club

$3,001 – $4,000                Cross Cut Saw Club

$2,001 – $3,000                Cant Dog Club

$1,001 – $2,000                Pulp Hook Club

$25 – $1,000                       Ax Club

 

Our Mission:

To preserve the rich cultural heritage of forestry and conservation in the State of Maine so that it may be shared with generations to come; to educate about the contributions of logging, logging families, and the forestry industry; to instill appreciation for the natural resources of the Maine forest; and to 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.

 

Download and print your Donor Pledge Form here. To discuss your donation with a Museum Board member, please e-mail our President, Ken Astor at kennyastor@gmail.com