NMTC investments raise the profile of rural Maine as a premier, nature-based tourism destination.
Established over 100 years ago, Quoddy is a high-end, hand-sewn shoe manufacturer.
The wood industry is one of the largest employers in the state of Maine accounting for approximately 19,000 jobs.
Grand Lake Stream Plantation is a town located in rural Washington County, Maine.
In Baileyville, on the far east corner of Maine’s easternmost county, some workers drive from as far as two hours to reach the high-quality jobs at Woodland Pulp LLC (Woodland). Like many of Maine’s pulp and paper mills, the Woodland facility has struggled in recent years, putting320 existing jobs at risk. Purchased by International Grand […]
The Maine Woods Pellet Company, an existing successful vertically-integrated, third-generation family owned white wood pellet manufacturing and timberland business based on a 55-acre site in rural Athens, Maine, added a new all-in-one biomass processor, boiler and steam turbine power generation unit to help reduce its energy costs. The project gives the pellet business the ability […]
The NMTC has been instrumental in helping us build a sustainable nature-based tourism operation in Northern Maine as well as providing jobs for a natural resource based economy. Without NMTC we would not have been able to promote a sustainable economy in a region facing economic decline and young people flight. Creating a nature based […]