Revitalization Project

My idea is to demolish all vacant buildings which no longer hold market value. Shingles can be processed for patching pavement. All metals and bricksĀ can be salvaged. Lumber products processed for burning. This would leave a minimal of material to be disposed of. The foundations would be transformed into alternative energy green houses to produce marketable produce. Smaller individual grow locations would guard against massive crop failure as well as provide opportunity for wider varieties to be grown. The Mill grounds would be a Phytoremediation project to produce distillable crops such as barley for ethanol. The water front of the mill grounds would be planted with native poplar for erosion control. Ferguson Lake would developed in to sea plane port for commercial & private use giving our produce airfreight potential to areas not having airports as well as the airport used for air freight for our produce. perhaps this could invite FedEx to land in Millinocket

Matching Gifts

Thanks Hampden Electrical, another outstanding supporter of the Katahdin Region, for matching $1000 in donations to Our Katahdin projects.

Hampden Electrical

337 Perry Rd. Suite #1
Bangor, ME 04401

IDEXX, with its continued dedication to the health of Maine communities, has generously matched $1500 in donations to
Revitalize Hillcrest Park IDEXX Laboratories

Thank you Lisa Caruso and Jay Peavey for generously matching $500 in donations to the
Katahdin Area Communal Gardens
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