Northern Maine Development CommissionNMDC Office in Caribou.

Welcome to Northern Maine!

The Northern Maine Development Commission (NMDC) is a membership organization comprised of participating communities and counties in the Aroostook Washington Economic Development District.

NMDC provides federal and state services at the regional and local levels. NMDC also provides management and support for Aroostook County Tourism (ACT), Aroostook Municipal Association (AMA), Aroostook Partnership for Progress (APP), Leaders Encouraging Aroostook Development (LEAD) and Aroostook/Washington County Local Workforce Investment Board.

Aroostook Washington CountyAroostook Washington
Economic Development District

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Reports & Studies

> 2014-2015 Aroostook County Visitor Guide
The Aroostook County visitor guide is filled with lodging, dining, events, outdoor recreation and more.
Click Here to view a flipbook version.
Click Here to download a printable PDF version.

>#4 Plastic Recycling Feasibility Study
This feasibility study focuses on a number of issues relating to recycling #4 plastics, including the potential amount of product available in the region and the review of solid waste disposal and recycling rates for the various solid waste associations.  The intent of the study is to provide transfer station and landfill managers with necessary information to make an informed decision whether or not to recycle #4 plastics at their facilities.
Click here to download the study.

> Northern Maine Tourism Action Plan
Aroostook County Tourism announced the new 2011-2016 Northern Maine Tourism Action Plan. The new Action Plan has established five goals which will serve as a guide for tourism promotional efforts through the next five years.

Click Here to download the Action Plan.

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Measures of Growth In Focus - 2015
Welcome to the 21st annual Measures of Growth,
presented by the Maine Economic Growth Council
and the Maine Development Foundation. While
this report represents a departure in style from the previous 20 editions, it remains rich with information and data that provide a meaningful and valuable overview of Maine’s economy.
Click Here to read document.

> Sustainable Economy Initiative
The Sustainable Economy Initiative (SEI) has released Economic Resurgence in the Northern Forest—the first-ever, 4-state strategy for sustainable economic development in the Northern Forest.
Click Here to read document.
Click Here for a more complete listing of reports & studies.
 
 
 
What's New Archived Articles   Meetings/Events Calendar

**NEW** Aroostook County Tourism Summit
Tourism industry officials, chamber directors, hospitality students and others are encouraged to attend the annual Aroostook County Tourism Summit. This year the event will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Madawaska Thursday, May 21 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Officials from the Maine Office of Tourism, Maine Tourism Association, World Acadian Congress tourism legacy committee and others will be presenting on how to grow the tourism economy.
The summit is free and lunch will be served. One lucky attendee will also win $250 dollars in advertising from WCXU Channel X Radio.
Look for a full agenda in the coming weeks.

To register contact Judy Dinsmore at NMDC at (207) 498-8736 or by email at jdinsmore@nmdc.org.


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**NEW** NBRC Funding Available
CARIBOU —The  Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC) announced it is now accepting applications for the next round of federal grant funding for economic development projects from the four northern border states – Maine, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont and once again Northern Maine Development Commission (NMDC) will be providing a completeness review and  assistance to applicants.
The NBRC was created as federal-state partnership under legislation approved in the 2008 Farm Bill, with the aim of addressing the economic and community development needs of severely distressed areas in the Northern Forest region.
NBRC provides assistance for projects in seven priority sectors: basic public infrastructure; transportation infrastructure; telecom infrastructure; workforce training and business development; renewable and alternative energy sources; resource conservation, tourism, recreation and preservation of open spaces; and health care and public services in distressed communities.
To learn more about the grant opportunity, click here.
For an application and supporting documents, contact Alain Ouellette, Planning and Development Division Director at NMDC, at 498-8736 or by email at aouellette@nmdc.org or Judy Dinsmore, Executive Coordinator, at 498-8739 or ijdinsmore@nmdc.org.


**NEW** Director of Operations Employment Opportunity
The Northern Maine Development Commission is currently accepting applications for a Director of Operations. This position is responsible for financial accounting, record keeping and human resources administration for Northern Maine Development Commission.
Qualifications required: master's/bachelor’s degree in accounting, CPA designation preferred; 3-5 years of nonprofit accounting; and supervisory experience.
Salary commensurate with experience and education, excellent benefit package and working environment.

Deadline for receiving resumes:
Position will remain open until filled

Please send resume and three references via email or USPS to:
Ruby Bradbury, Director of Operations
Northern Maine Development Commission
P.O. Box 779
Caribou, ME   04736
Equal Opportunity Employer/Lender

To view the complete job description, click here.

 
May 21 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Aroostook County Tourism Summit
Knights of Columbus, Madawaska. To register contact Judy Dinsmore at NMDC at (207) 498-8736 or by email at jdinsmore@nmdc.org.
May 25

Memorial Day
Office Closed















Mobilize Northern Maine

Mobilize Northern Maine

Mobilize Northern Maine Final Reports

Renewable Energy Final Reportrt

Information Technology Final Report

Aroostook County leaders are behind a statewide initiative to provide planners with more detailed data and information about their regions in order to promote growth in Maine's 16 counties.


Featured Business
Inn of Acadia - Madawaska
Inn of Acadia
The Inn of Acadia is a first-class boutique hotel located in downtown Madawaska just across the river from the vibrant urban center of Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada. Our mission at the Inn is to provide our guests with luxurious rooms and warm, attentive and memorable service throughout your stay.

Click Here to visit their website.

Local Workforce Investment Board

Northern Maine Development Commission - PO Box 779 - 11 West Presque Isle Road - Caribou, ME 04736
Phone: 207-498-8736 - Toll Free in Maine 800-427-8736 - FAX: 207-493-3108
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