Maine’s forests are full of opportunity
With abundant forest resources and UMaine’s research expertise, Maine is making significant contributions to the global bioeconomy.
In fact, Maine is starting to be referred to as Nanocellulose Valley.
Using a sustainable, renewable wood fiber advancement called nanocellulose, Maine companies and researchers are developing some amazing things.
For 200 years, our state’s economy has been deeply rooted in the forest products industry.
Now, we are growing more than trees. We are growing Maine’s future.
Why I think the Paper Industry is Sexy
The future is wood. With passion and precision, Donna Cassese elevates Maine’s paper industry as the future of innovative and inventive design, with possibilities ranging from the capacity of wood pulp to drastically reduce dependence on petroleum to paper’s potential to create intuitive 3D molds that resist bacteria for use in hospitals.
Forest Bioproducts Research Institute
A mission to advance understanding of the scientific underpinnings, system behavior & policy implications for the production of forest-based bioproducts…learn more
A mission-driven trade association
promoting the sustainable use of renewable biomass
from forests, farm, and sea…learn more
- New federal relief will provide $200M for logging industry
- Ashland markets newly purchased 94-acre parcel for commercial, industrial use
- Ongoing research collaboration brings forest bioproducts to Bangor middle schoolers
- RFP: Timber Harvesting Equipment Transportation Efficiency Study
- Rock Row development begins new phase with a new construction material, a first for Maine
- Ashland looks to generate investment around new forest industry product