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Whether you are planning another trip or visiting North Maine Woods NMW for the first time you will find an abundance of helpful information about the NMW region on our website. Information on land use regional history rules and regulations checkpoint hours of operation user fees camping locations and safety can all be found at the click of your mouse. Under the Business Links heading you can search a listing of many busi- nesses that cater to a variety of outdoor activities including cabin rentals charterservicesguide servicesoutdoor products vehicleshuttleser- vices sporting lodges camps or whitewater rafting. Our site provides information on the St. John River canoe trip and a map of the 3.5 million acre NMW region. North Maine Woods also manages the 180000-acre KI-Jo Mary Multiple Use Forest located between Millinocket Greenville and Brownville. Our website contains all the information you will needfor planning a trip to this unique area. Camping information is available as well as information on these popular attractions Gulf Hagas Gorge Katahdin Iron Works the Her- mitage and the Appalachian Trail. We also have a Links page that can direct you to a variety of Maine State websites where you can find information and regulations on canoeing hunt- ing and fishing and purchase hunting and fishing licenses. There are links to over two dozen other websites were you can find canoeable river water flow rates regional weather forecasts and other useful information. Find valuable up-to-date information on the Web Our website also features the North Maine Woods KI Jo-Mary and Allagash Wilderness Waterway Campsite Guides. Each guide uses Google Earth to depict Authorized and Fire Permit campsites thoughout each respective re- gion and once downloaded users can click on a campsite icon to pull up photos and a list of amenities for each location. These guides were designed to assist you in planning your next camping trip while at the same time of- fering you a virtual tour of campsites throughout the region. Another feature is the homepage Bulletin Board which allows us to post up-to-date information on what is happening in NMW. The Bulletin Board contains important news information and describes current conditions within NMW. New to our website is a photo gallery consisting of eight different image categories wildlife landscape camping fishing canoeing hunting historic and working forest. Visitors can submit photos of their own North Maine Woods experiences for posting in the gallery. The website also has a section with an- swers to Frequently Asked Questions FAQs and fee information on the Al- lagash Wilderness Waterway and Penob- scot River Corridor. Our website is one of the most frequently visited for people considering a trip to northern Maine. Remember to check www.northmaine- as we continue to expand on the quality and quantity of information on our website. This 2016 brochure is dedicated to Timothy G. Scott 31948 81115 outdoorsman forester friend and long-time ally of North Maine Woods. Tim led a full varied and interesting life cut short by a tragic tractor ac- cident. A Presque Isle native he earned his forestry degree at U Maine interned at both International and Scott Paper guidedat Red RiverCamps servedin the US Army and managed a game reserve in Germany forthree years. The majority 29 years of his career was spent with Seven Islands Land Company and Orion Timberlands as forester natural resource recreation specialist unit manager and operations manager. Tim served on NMWs St. John River and campsite committees and he worked with many lessees and sporting interests. He volunteered with Envirothon Project Learning Tree Tree Farm and numerous other programs and clubs. He always pitched in with a smile and a story. If you were going on a trip you were best served by putting Tim in charge of the groceries and cooking. After retiring from the woods Tim worked for the US Postal Service Presque Isle High Schools agricultural program and tended his and wife Annes farms in Mapleton and Oxbow. He loved to hunt fish collect guns tinker and enjoy time with Anne daughter Amelia extended family and friends. Tim said he felt fortunate to have had experiences and met people with whom he formed lasting friendships. We are very fortunate that we are among those people. To honor Tim and help students pursue careers in forestry and natural resources a scholarship was set up in his name at Presque Isle High School. Whether you wish to remember Tim help Aroostook County youth or invest in the future of natural resource management this scholarship provides the opportunity. Contributions may be sent to SAD1 P.O. Box 1118 Presque Isle ME 04769 Attn Joy Duncan. On the memo line please put Tim Scott Scholarship Fund. 5 DedicationDedication