Monthly Covid update via Zoom

The Maine Department of Economic & Community Development and Commissioner Heather Johnson will host a monthly COVID-19 update. The next update is scheduled for Wednesday, November 4 at 3:30pm.

If you have already registered, there is no need to re-register. You may register once and attend any of the scheduled occurrences. You will be able to submit questions using the Q&A feature during the update.

If you have not registered, please use the following link:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XXSSEjAQQXKvv3TtVbY9BA.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Dove Tail Bats scores winning run in World Series

​Congratulations to Theresa and Paul Lancisi, owners of Dove Tail Bats in Shirley, Maine. Their bat drove in the winning run for the Tampa Bay Rays - helping them win Game 4 in the World Series on October 24, 2020. What a play!!!!

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Moosehead Lake EDC to build new homes in Greenville

GREENVILLE— The Moosehead Lake Economic Development

Corporation has acquired a 5.5 acre parcel on Spruce Street in Greenville for
the purpose of developing approximately 20 homes for purchase by local
residents.

Recognizing that affordably priced housing for the
workforce is a critical element to supporting the economic growth in our
Region, the Moosehead Lake EDC made the decision to acquire the property and to
seek a development partner to help address this need. Based upon our
assessments, there is a significant shortage of affordably priced homes for
people who work in our community.

The subject property on Spruce Street was originally
acquired by Coastal Enterprises, Inc. as part of the Plum Creek Development
Plan project. Subsequently, they
received approval by the Town of Greenville for a 17 lot subdivision with the
intent of creating workforce housing.
However, due to several factors, including the economic slowdown, they
were unable to make that plan work. As a
local entity, the Moosehead Lake EDC is in a much better position to realize
this original vision.

The next step is to secure a qualified development partner
who can help us build a very nice new neighborhood in Greenville, with homes
that can be affordably purchased by local residents. This project is not intended for vacation
homes or seasonal rentals. To keep these units affordably priced, we plan to
work with the Maine State Housing Authority and others to facilitate infrastructure
improvements, as well as the availability of low interest rate home loans. Because the original subdivision plan is now
over ten years old, we will also need to renew that process. For additional
information contact Steve Levesque at 207- 841-9955.

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Maine Economic Recovery Grant Program

Maine’s Path to Recovery

In addition to the threat to public health, the COVID-19 pandemic has
fundamentally changed the global business environment, causing severe
supply-chain disruptions, reduced consumer spending, and unprecedented
losses that are felt across all sectors. U.S. industries are no
exception, with hospitality, tourism, retail, restaurants and bars,
entertainment, manufacturing and countless others facing a host of new
challenges and barriers that disrupt operations and impede growth. Here
in Maine, the closure of the Canadian border, the stoppage of cruise
ships, and reluctance of people to travel have impacted our economy,
from agriculture to fisheries, to retail, recreation and hospitality
sectors.
Commissioner Heather Johnson and Business Development Manager Jonathan
Poole for an informational webinar on the Economic Recovery Grant
Program.
required to apply for this grant program and will give you an
opportunity to ask questions.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The State of Maine plans to use CARES Act relief funding to help our
economy recover from the impacts of the global pandemic by supporting
Maine-based businesses and non-profit organizations through an Economic
Recovery Grant Program. The funding originates from the federal
Coronavirus Relief Fund and will be awarded in the form of grants to
directly alleviate the disruption of operations suffered by Maine’s
small businesses and non-profits as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Maine Department of Economic & Community Development has been
working closely with affected Maine organizations since the beginning of
this crisis and has gathered feedback from all sectors on the current
challenges.

Many Maine businesses and non-profits have not been able to access
existing sources of relief funding and so have “fallen through the
cracks” and need help in order to remain viable. Some of these
businesses are from sectors hardest hit from the global pandemic,
including those who remained closed for longer periods of time,
businesses that have not yet re-opened, businesses that rely on seasonal
cash flows, and businesses with decreased revenues due to declines in
consumer spending or declining global markets. This program is not meant
to be exclusive and acknowledges that nearly every industry sector in
Maine has experienced a decrease in revenue.

The money available for these grants cannot wholly replace or repair
the economic damage this pandemic has caused. Our narrow mission is to
ensure that each dollar has at least a small, direct impact on
supporting Maine businesses, Maine non-profit organizations, and Maine’s
economy.

Program Goals

This program provides grants for businesses and non-profit
organizations that demonstrate a need for financial relief based on lost
revenues or expenses related to the disruption of business operations
caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Grants will be distributed based on a
business’s/organization’s demonstrated losses as a pro-rated percentage
of the total losses reported by qualified applicants.

The program is not intended to replace lost profits but only to help
businesses remain viable. This program is intended to assist in the
stabilization of Maine’s economy and accelerate the transition from
short-term relief to regaining our state’s focus on Maine’s 10-year
Economic Development Strategy, anchored in talent and innovation.

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Maine Biz presents Virtual Forum August 18 & 19

The Small Business Virtual Forum |Aug 18 & 19

A two-day virtual forum for entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses.

Mainebiz
brings together Maine’s best professionals to share their expertise, insight,
knowledge, and experience on a variety of topics that business owners and
managers need to know. This year we will be hosting a two-day virtual forum for
entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses.

A
portion of ticket sales will be donated to: Small Business Recovery &
Relaunch Initiative

Day 1 ~ August 18, 2020

  • 2:00 PM | Webcast

The
CEO/Business Owner Panel | Five Things You Need to Know

Mainebiz has invited five CEOs from the Maine small business community to share
their experience on “Five things you need to know to start up or run a small
business” Each panelist will discuss one thing you need to know to be
successful.

Day 2 ~August 19, 2020

  • 10:00 AM | Webcast

Finding
the funding to fuel your startup or small business
~ Hear from our panel of experts as they discuss what resources there are for
grants, loans, investments, and other financing. Learn about what kinds of
loans and funding you should consider and how to talk to your lender.

  • Noon | Keynote Interview

Senator
Angus King Interviewed by Peter Van Allen, Editor of Mainebiz

Grab your lunch and join Senator Angus King, as he talks to Mainebiz editor
Peter Van Allen on the economic landscape for startup and small businesses in
Maine, and what the state and federal government offers for resources and
support.

  • 2:00 PM | Webcast

Commercial
real estate 101 ~ Panel of experts will help you
understand how to lease or buy commercial real estate. Do you understand
zoning options, types of lease terms, is leasing or buying a better option for
you, and how to negotiate with landlords, developers? How can the
economic development offices help you? What are the top key things you need to
know before investing or growing your business?

For
more information, visit them online at https://www.mainebiz.biz/mainebiz-events/2020-small-business-forum

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SUMMER 2020 NEWSLETTER

It has been a busy year for the Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation (MLREDC); as we have been working diligently on a number of exciting short and long-term projects that benefit the Moosehead Lake Region. The following are some of the major projects and initiatives we are currently engaged with, as well as other noteworthy economic activities occurring in our region.

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Land for Greenville’s Future

On November 19, the Land for Maine’s Future (LMF) Program Board voted unanimously to allocate $105,000 to the Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation’s (MLREDC) project to acquire the last remaining greenspace in downtown Greenville to conserve it as a permanent public park with direct access to Moosehead Lake for everyone to enjoy.

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Discussion in Greenville, Governor Mills & Business Leaders Focus on Improving Rural Maine’s Economy

During Discussion in Greenville, Governor Mills & Business Leaders Focus on Improving Rural Maine’s Economy

November 14, 2019

Governor Janet Mills today hosted a rural economic development discussion at Blair Hill Inn and Restaurant in Greenville that brought together business owners, economic development leaders, and local lawmakers to focus on ideas and strategies to foster economic growth in rural Maine.

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CAMPAIGN FOR A WATERFRONT PUBLIC PARK IN DOWNTOWN GREENVILLE REACHES 40% MARK

Two corporate foundation grants have catapulted the Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation’s campaign for a waterfront park in downtown Greenville over the $100,000 mark.

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Moosehead Economic News: Spring 2019

Moosehead Economic News: Spring 2019

Welcome to Moosehead Economic News, the newsletter of the Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation (MLREDC). The purpose of this newsletter is to inform the public of the economic happenings in the Region, and there is a lot happening!

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Moosehead Economic News: Taking Care of Business - June Newsletter 2018

Welcome to Moosehead Economic News, the periodic newsletter of the Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation (MLREDC).




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Jetsetter Magazine names Blair Hill as one of the Most Romantic Lake Hotels

​Jettersetter Magazine

It was on the shores of a lake that the transcendentalist writer Henry David Thoreau produced his most famous work, Walden. Another loch is the backdrop for a pivotal scene in Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita. But the truth is that lakes, with their pristine waters and sheltered forest locations, capture more than just the intellectual’s imagination. Here, we round up nine of America’s best lake hotels that offer simple pleasures for active types and relaxation seekers alike.

Drive an hour-and-a-half drive northwest of Bangor, and you land at Blair Hill Inn – a restored Queen Anne Victorian home on a commanding hilltop overlooking Moosehead Lake

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Libra Foundation launches significant investment in Piscataquis County

​As reported in MaineBiz

The Libra Foundation is making a significant investment in Piscataquis County, initially focusing on acquiring and developing several vacant properties in Monson.

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Expanded Northwoods Healthcare opens its doors

​Reported in the Piscataquis Observer

A new $3 million facility bringing services such as radiology, phlebotomy and behavior health to the area, doubling the number of exam rooms from seven to 14 and providing for greater patient privacy opened its doors on April 25. A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Charles A. Dean Memorial Hospital’s Northwoods Healthcare new clinic at 22 Haley Court formally dedicated the facility that afternoon.

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Wilsons on Moosehead Lake honored as state’s top family owned business

​Reported in the Piscataquis Observer

BIG MOOSE TOWNSHIP — Located on the western side of the lake and known as the longest, continuously operated sporting camp in Maine, Wilsons on Moosehead Lake was recently recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The establishment and its owners Alison and Scott Snell — who is a Master Maine Guide — were named as the organization’s 2017 Maine Jeffrey Butland Family Owned Business of the Year and the couple will be receiving the honor on May 15 at the Maine Small Business Awards in Freeport.

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Moosehead Lake Brand Leadership Team news

The Moosehead Lake Brand Leadership Team recently held a committee meeting. The team has been busy and there are many exciting things coming this spring and summer.

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Moosehead Lake Region offering new trails, outdoor adventures and challenges

​Reported in the Bangor Daily News

The community in the Moosehead Lake Region is banding together to showcase the area’s many natural resources and make outdoor recreation more accessible to visitors. A number of collaborative projects are underway, bringing together area businesses, organizations and state agencies in an effort to improve area signage, mapping, trails and other outdoor resources for the public.

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Appalachian Mountain Club sets July opening date for Medawisla Lodge and Cabins

Reported in the Piscataquis Observer

The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) is set to re-open Medawisla Lodge and Cabins July 1 following a major two-year reconstruction project.

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Wayfinding system will help visitors and residents enjoy the Moosehead region

Reported in the Piscataquis Observer

GREENVILLE — The Moosehead Brand Leadership Team and Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation have announced the installation of phase one of the Moosehead Lake Wayfinding Project.

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“Wilderness and a Way Forward” - Bangor Daily News

Insightful article written by Reporter Matthew Stone and published in the Bangor Daily News. A must read!

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Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation honored by GrowSmart Maine

Smart growth is a common-sense concept that helps communities welcome — and manage — growth while still maintaining their historic feel and natural beauty.

GrowSmart Maine’s third annual Smart Growth Awards not only recognizes the diverse activities that contribute to smart growth but serve as real-life illustrations of the benefits it can bring.

This year’s winners showcase bold yet practical solutions to such challenges as the need for affordable housing, rebuilding downtowns, reducing sprawl and conserving land for public use. They also showcase two Mainers who have contributed both regionally and statewide to building a better Maine.

The 2020 winners include the Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation for “Demonstrable Commitment to Smart Growth.”

The Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation, in partnership with a broad range of public and private community stakeholders, designed and implemented a plan for the region; a regional master plan, strategic regional action plans. The plan embodies the principles of Smart Growth and have already led to many tangible accomplishments: wayfinding infrastructure, free downtown Wi-Fi hot spots, a visiting artists’ colony, a summer music series and broad-scale village beautification projects.

In the region’s village centers, these changes have already begun to catalyze increases in the number and variety of unique shops, restaurants and businesses operating on ground floors, with residents living on upper floors.

Most recently, the organization acquired a major, in-town, waterfront property with a vision to form strategic partnerships and develop this property consistent with the Greenville Downtown Plan. Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation’s many accomplishments serve as a model of how smart growth and community vitality can be achieved in rural Maine communities.

This year’s judges were Maureen Drouin, executive director of Maine Conservation Voters; Chuck Lawton, retired economist; Paul Schumacher, executive director of the Southern Maine Planning and Development Commission; and Gwen Hilton, commissioner of the Maine Land Use Planning Commission.

GrowSmart Maine is an independent statewide non-profit, funded by member contributions and private and public charitable grants. Launched in 2018, GrowSmart’s Smart Growth Awards are designed to recognize all the diverse activities that contribute to smart growth and to serve as real-life illustrations of the benefits it can bring.

The awards showcase the kind of projects, plans, and policies that support smart growth in all its diversity, whether it’s a plan for a walkable and inclusive village center, a development that is affordable and sustainably built, a successful new transit endeavor, or a community-supported adaptation to climate change that safeguards the built or natural environment.

Thanks to Ethan Boxer-Macomber and GrowSmart Maine for this Press Release.

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Eastern Maine Development Corporation awarded funding for investment loans

Eastern Maine Development Corporation (EMDC) has been awarded $2.8 million in federal funding to leverage private investment and generate capital for businesses in Hancock, Knox, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Waldo, and Washington counties. The funding is awarded by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration’s Revolving Loan Fund, as part of the CARES Act Recovery Assistance to respond to the pandemic.

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Landscaping for Crafts Landing and Park postponed until next spring

GREENVILLE— This past June, the Moosehead Lake Region Economic

Development Corporation (MLREDC) spearheaded the establishment of a waterfront
park in downtown Greenville. The property, located on Lakeview Street with
beautiful views of East Cove is now named Crafts Landing and Park, with a nod
toward the Crafts family, whose history has been indelibly intertwined with the
town of Greenville for well over a century. None of this would have been
possible without the cooperation of previous landowner Earl (EJ) Richardson, Jr
and MLREDC’s partnership with the Land for Maine’s Future Program, the Forest Society
of Maine, the Piscataquis County Economic Development Council as well as more
than 100 interested individuals, businesses and foundations who helped to make
this park a reality.
walking path with strategically placed benches will add to the enjoyment of
those that visit. When funding is complete, there are also plans for a dock
system, which will enable both motorized and non-motorized watercraft and
seaplanes to have access directly to downtown.

Plans for the park include a paved plaza with an informational kiosk, as well as plantings of native shrubbery and flowers. A

Unfortunately, due to
COVID-19 and other considerations, the plans for landscaping have been put on
hold until next spring. “We were not able to do the plantings as we had
originally thought,” said Margarita Contreni, Vice President of the MLREDC.
“After meeting with Steve Doe, (Landscape Architect, Senior Project Manager at
Sebago Technics, Inc.) a few weeks ago and discussing the finalization of plans
and details to provide to contractors, we found realistically we had run out of
time for this season.” she said. “We will be announcing a
request for bids from contractors later this month.”

As it turns out, the town of Greenville has plans of its own to
work on Lakeview Street, plans which probably will include tearing up the
pavement, grading and resurfacing the road. This could potentially create a
better solution for getting electric to the property and possibly allow a
contractor to run wiring under the road instead of from the pole across the
street. As things unfold next year, the MLREDC will continue to keep citizens
of Greenville and interested parties undated on the exciting progress at Crafts
Landing and Park.

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Maine Biz presents Virtual Forum August 18 & 19

The Small Business Virtual Forum |Aug 18 & 19

A two-day virtual forum for entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses.

Mainebiz
brings together Maine’s best professionals to share their expertise, insight,
knowledge, and experience on a variety of topics that business owners and
managers need to know. This year we will be hosting a two-day virtual forum for
entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses.

A
portion of ticket sales will be donated to: Small Business Recovery &
Relaunch Initiative

Day 1 ~ August 18, 2020

  • 2:00 PM | Webcast

The
CEO/Business Owner Panel | Five Things You Need to Know

Mainebiz has invited five CEOs from the Maine small business community to share
their experience on “Five things you need to know to start up or run a small
business” Each panelist will discuss one thing you need to know to be
successful.

Day 2 ~August 19, 2020

  • 10:00 AM | Webcast

Finding
the funding to fuel your startup or small business
~ Hear from our panel of experts as they discuss what resources there are for
grants, loans, investments, and other financing. Learn about what kinds of
loans and funding you should consider and how to talk to your lender.

  • Noon | Keynote Interview

Senator
Angus King Interviewed by Peter Van Allen, Editor of Mainebiz

Grab your lunch and join Senator Angus King, as he talks to Mainebiz editor
Peter Van Allen on the economic landscape for startup and small businesses in
Maine, and what the state and federal government offers for resources and
support.

  • 2:00 PM | Webcast

Commercial
real estate 101 ~ Panel of experts will help you
understand how to lease or buy commercial real estate. Do you understand
zoning options, types of lease terms, is leasing or buying a better option for
you, and how to negotiate with landlords, developers? How can the
economic development offices help you? What are the top key things you need to
know before investing or growing your business?

For
more information, visit them online at https://www.mainebiz.biz/mainebiz-events/2020-small-business-forum

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Small Business Loans available

There is a new grant program available in Maine for small businesses that may be helpful for those in the Moosehead Lake Region. The Maine Department of Economic & Community Development (DECD) in partnership with the Maine Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) will provide grants of up to $5,000 for businesses with five or fewer employees, with an owner whose income is in the low to moderate range as defined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Eligibility criteria include:

· Must be a Maine business

· Must demonstrate a revenue loss as a direct consequence of COVID-19. Funds cannot duplicate those received from other federal, state or local programs (including other CDBG funds).

· Must have five or fewer employees including the owner(s)

· Must have a DUNS Number, which can be obtained here.

· Owner’s household income must be low/moderate as defined by HUD as verified by 2019 tax return. More details here.

How to Apply?

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Meet the Board

​President, Steve Levesque

Steve Levesque is the current president of the Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation. He has been involved with the MLREDC since its inception in 2013. Steve has been a part-time resident of Greenville for nearly ten years and plans to make it his permanent home in two years, upon his retirement. Steve was born and brought up in Maine and is passionate about the state. He has devoted the past 30 years of his career to helping grow Maine’s economy and to creating vital sustainable communities.

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Expansion of Public Wi-Fi System

Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation has expanded the public Wi-Fi system in Downtown Greenville and extended it to Greenville Junction.

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Moosehead Lake Region Information Kiosks Installed

Information Kiosk near the Katahdin in Downtown Greenville
Information Kiosk near the Katahdin in Downtown Greenville

The Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation has kicked off Phase 2 of our Wayfinding Initiative. Four Information Kiosks have been installed to help visitors locate the major outdoor public attractions in the Moosehead Lake Region. Three pedestal signs of Bonita Doughty’s Regional Business Directory Map have also been installed. The MLREDC gives special thanks to our Kiosk sponsors: Elmina B. Sewall Foundation, Natural Resource Education Center at Moosehead, Somerset County, and Weyerhaeuser.

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MLREDC Announces New Administrator to Manage its Programs

The Moosehead Lake Region Economic Development Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Heidi St. Jean, owner of St. Jean Social Media, as its new Administrator.

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MLREDC to oversee hotel feasibility study for the Moosehead Lake Region

The Moosehead Lake EDC is aggressively implementing several action plans focused on enhancing the region as a premier tourist destination in the State of Maine and have made some significant investments in our infrastructure and visitor experiences. One of the key initiatives this year, involves working on an effort to encourage the development of a mid-priced destination hotel and conferencing facility in the Greenville area – working with existing businesses or attracting new investment.

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Appalachian Mountain Club opens largest Maine wilderness lodge to date

​As Reported in the Bangor Daily News

TOWNSHIP 1, RANGE 12, Maine — Standing on a wooded hill above Second Roach Pond, deep in the Maine wilderness, the new Medawisla Wilderness Lodge and Cabins opened to the public on July 1, offering its guests comfortable beds, hot showers, home-cooked meals, and a beautiful basecamp for outdoor adventures.

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Drifting down the river, fly fishing in style

As Reported in the Bangor Daily News

BIG MOOSE TOWNSHIP, Maine — For the better part of an hour, Brandon Prescott peered toward shore, watched a sporadically feeding trout sip at a passing caddis fly, and tried to make the perfect cast.

“You’ve got to get it right in there,” guide Dan Legere said. “Six inches off the shore. That’s where he lives.”

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Northwoods Gourmet Girl owner aims for ‘world condiment domination,’ after surviving cancer

​As Reported in the Bangor Daily News

Abby Freethy plunked herself down at a long, wooden table painted a bright, cheerful shade of aquamarine, in the dining room at headquarters for Northwoods Gourmet Girl in Greenville. She heaved a sigh — a satisfied sigh, not a weary one.

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Libra Foundation working to make Monson an arts destination

Reported in the Piscataquis Observer

Downtown Monson is undergoing a transformation thanks to the Portland-based Libra Foundation as the non-profit organization has purchased several buildings and is in the process of replacing these structures as part of its mission of making significant contributions to worthy causes across Maine.

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Moosehead Lake: Strong connections between conservation lands and economic health

Reported in the Piscataquis Observer

The Forest Society of Maine (FSM), a land trust serving Maine’s North Woods, holds nearly 1 million acres of forestland in conservation easements. A good portion of the conservation easements we hold surround the Moosehead Lake region and extend to the north, west and east including many mountains, lakes and rivers. The conservation easements typically allow for continued sustainable forest management and the landowners, who still own the land, continue to pay taxes on the land. The public benefits from the permanently assured public access and the conservation of wildlife habitat, special natural areas, recreational assets, and scenic beauty the easements ensure.

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Moosehead region stakeholders plan to boost economy, reverse declining population

Reported in the Bangor Daily News

GREENVILLE, Maine — Faced with a declining and aging population and a stagnant economy, many stakeholders in the Moosehead Lake region are taking action to reverse these trends. Making changes to secure a better future over the next decade-plus was the subject of the Moosehead Lake Regional Master Plan Future Think Tank held Thursday and Friday at the Bartley Facility.

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Premium Choice Broadband acquires Moosehead Enterprises

Reported in the Eastern Gazette

BREWER – Premium Choice Broadband (PCB) of Brewer announced last week that it has completed its acquisition of Moosehead Enterprise of Greenville in a private sale.

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My rural school’s future depends on the wilderness surrounding it - Bangor Daily News

By Jim Chasse, Superintendent of Greenville Consolidated School.

As a recent Maine Focus article, “Wilderness and a way forward,” points out, population losses have fueled efforts by the Moosehead Lake ...

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Charles A. Dean Memorial Hospital named one of Maine’s Top Hospitals - MaineBiz

As reported in MaineBiz Magazine.

The Leapfrog Group announced this week that eight Maine hospitals have been named to its 2016 top hospital list, which honors the highest performers on the group’s survey. Our own Charles A. Dean was one of the eight!

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AMC taps Moosehead region contractors to build new Medawisla Lodge - MaineBiz

Reported in MaineBiz Magazine, by James McCarthy

AMC taps Moosehead region contractors to build new Medawisla Lodge ... AMC ‘s spending in the Moosehead Lake and 100-Mile Wilderness ...

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