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Forests for Maine’s Future is committed to educating people about the contributions Maine’s millions of acres of forestland make to our economy, our environment and our quality of life. Each month we publish a Fresh from the Woods feature article about some aspect of the forest economy, science, biology or recreation. Over the last 10 years we’ve published almost 100 informative pieces on subjects as varied as new uses for wood, the eastern white pine, how research forests improve our knowledge of the woods, Maine moose, old growth forests and carbon offsets. You can find all of those articles and many more by clicking over the Feature Article tab and then clicking on Fresh from the Woods archives.

If you want to receive the monthly article by email, you can subscribe by clicking here. And be sure to post our articles on social media and forward them to your friends who love the woods. If you have ideas for future articles let us know by email at info@forestsformainesfuture.org.

Forests for Maine’s Future is a program of the Maine TREE (Timber Research and Environmental Education) Foundation, a non-profit organization that advocates for the sustainable use of Maine’s forests and the forest’s ecological and environmental health, as well as the communities dependent on it.

In addition to Forests for Maine’s Future, Maine TREE administers the Maine Tree Farm Program, manages the Certified Logging Professional Program, runs teacher tours through its Long-term Education about Forests (LEAF) Program, sponsors Project Learning Tree and manages the Holt Research Forest in Arrowsic.