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Welcome to the North Maine Woods - Multiple Ownership - Multiple Use Management Area. The private forest landowners and state governmental agencies cooperating in this program are pleased you have chosen to visit our web site. It is designed to help you have a safe and pleasant trip in the area, plus provide you with valuable information on forest resource management and recreational use.

The area provides numerous outdoor recreational opportunities for over 100,000 visitors each year while at the same time providing renewable forest resources which are a major part of Maine's economy. Harvesting wood products and providing recreation are compatible if managed properly. Providing proper management of day use and camping is the main goal of the North Maine Woods organization.

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 Winter Road Plowing List

At the current time, we understand that the following roads are likely to be plowed until sometime in March:  (NOTE:  Information on Road systems in Blue Font are still pending)

  • Golden Road to Telos to Chamberlain Bridge 

  • Chamberlain Bridge to Pinkham Road junction

  • Pinkham Road from 522 Road to Ashland  

  • Chamberlain Bridge to Grand Chermain Road and north to north town line of T6R13.

  • Cuxebexis Road from Telos Road up the west side of Chamberlain to the Thoroughfare Brook intersection

  • From Golden Road up Ragmuff Road by Caucomgomoc to St. Juste 

  • From Golden Road up by 5th St. John to Baker Lake Road?

 

  • Poulin Road from Thoroughfare Brook to Realty Road

 

  • Cyr Road from Poulin Road to St. Juste Road

  • From 522 Road over Johns Bridge to Thoroughfare Brook 

 

  • Craigville Road to mile 3 from Pinkham Road

  • Rocky Brook Road from Portage to the St. Francis connection and to the intersection with the Blanchette Road by Musquacook Stream.

  • Robinson Road from St. Pamphile to Estcourt/Irving Road

  • Estcourt Road mile 1-32

  • Realty Road from 6 Mile to Musquacook- 

  • Musquacook corner past Clayton Lake towards St. John River

  • St. Pamphile to St. John River Bridge

  • St. John River Bridge to Musquacook Stream & T12 R10

  • Clayton Lake to St. Pamphile via Boulevard Road.

  • Jack Mtn road will be plowed

  • From Realty Road by 2nd Musquacook to Blanchette Road

  • Road from Realty Road near Clayton Lake to Churchill Dam

  • The Inn Road from Allagash to Schedule Brook

  • Depot Lake road from St. Pamphile to Daaquam Road 

  • Carter Road/Little Brailey Road 

  • Baker Lake Road miles 24-27 

  • St. Francis Lake Road

  • Beaver Brook Road

 

  • St. Croix Road

 

  • Camp Violette Road??

 

  • Hewes Brook Road from Rocky Brook Road to St. Francis

  • Duck Pond Road

 

  • Blackstone Road



From our contacts we understand the following roads may
not be plowed:

  •  522 Road north From Pell & Pell Road junction to Churchill Dam

  •  Crossover road between Pinkham Road and 522 Road

  • From Blanchette/St. Pamphile Road north across Big Black River to junction of Robinson Road

  •  Harvey Siding Road

  •  Crossover road from St. Juste road to Realty Road west of Ross Lake

  •  Oxbow Road from Oxbow to Pinkham Road

  • St. Francis Road from the intersection of the Hewes Brook Road to the Rocky Brook Road

  •  Alternative- road from Jack Mtn Road through T10R10 to mile 41 on ARR.

  •  Pell & Pell Road to 522 Road

  • Indian Pond Road towards Lock Dam/Eagle Lake

 

Employment Opening for Office Reception in Ashland

Applications accepted starting February 15, 2015
(for an application please contact our office or request an application through email)

Hiring to take place about March 16th with employment beginning April 20, 2015

North Maine Woods Inc. is looking for the right individual to fill a full time 40 hour week, eight month seasonal position of Office Receptionist at our main office located in Ashland, Maine. Season of employment is mid-April to mid-December.

The hours of employment are generally Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm with half hour lunch break totaling 40 hours per work week.   The rate of pay is $9.50 per hour.

The Office Receptionist reports to the Office Manager and the Supervisor of Computerized Registrations. The duties of the Office Receptionist include:

  • Answering daily telephone, walk-in and email inquiries from customers requesting information.

  • Computer data entry of visitor use information from checkpoints.

  • Oversee retail inventory and distribution to checkpoints.

  • Oversee inventory and distribution of other checkpoint supplies.

  • Clean and organize office building when other responsibilities are caught up.

Interested applicants should have at least a two year degree in business program or experience working in an office environment, including knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook Express. Data entry is a significant part of the duties so accuracy and proficiency is important. Experience with Quickbooks, basic accounting and credit card processing would be a plus.

For more information please contact Al Cowperthwaite, Executive Director or Sammi LaBelle, Office Manager.

NMW is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Employment Opening for Campsite Maintenance Technician in the Ashland Region

Applications accepted starting February 15, 2015
(for an application please contact our office or request an application through email)

Hiring to take place about March 23rd with employment beginning April 27, 2015

North Maine Woods Inc. is looking for the right individual to fill a 40 hour work week, seven month seasonal position of Campsite Maintenance Technician working in the Ashland Region. Season of employment is end of April to end of November.

Employment is generally four-ten hour weekdays 7 am to 4:30 pm with half hour lunch break totaling 40 hours per work week.   The rate of pay is $9.33 per hour.

The Campsite Technician reports to the Campsite Manager and Executive Director.

            Duties include:

  • Maintains and cleans campsites
  • Cleans toilet facilities.
  • Maintains and repairs buildings, picnic tables, fire rings, and table shelters.
  • Uses grass mowers, brush saws, chain saws, outboard motors and hand tools.
  • May include a few overnight trips to other areas of NMW to do maintenance. Such as St. John River.

Interested applicants should have experience working in a forest environment, including ability to work alone or with others, knowledge of safety practices related to equipment operation and have a driver’s license and safe driving record.

For more information please contact Al Cowperthwaite, Executive Director or Mike McLellan, Campsite and Commercial Use Manager.

NMW is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

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