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Forest Mascot Earth Day Earth Day Celebration at Children’s Museum! (4/20/2014) - Hancock Lumber celebrated Earth Day at the Children’s Museum & Theater in Portland! Our mascot, Forest Hancock, welcomed children to our Tree to Timber exhibit while handing out Eastern White Pine seedlings for everyone to take home and plant in celebration of the day. If you would like to see the complete album of photos... View Article
Forest Mascot Casco Days Forest Hancock Celebrates Casco Days! (7/28/2014) - Forest Hancock helped celebrate Casco Days this past weekend, walking in the Children’s Parade, handing out Hancock tattoos and t-shirts and entertaining the crowd.  A family tradition since 1939, Casco Days is a three-day festival that brings the community together to raise money for the Casco Fire Association. If you are interested in having Forest... View Article
Hancock Helps Forestry Program Acquire New Tractor! (4/29/2015) - Donations from local wood product industry partners, including Hancock Lumber, enabled Oxford Hills Technical School (OHTS) to purchase a John Deere 4-wheel drive tractor for their forestry program. An integral part of the school’s forestry program, the tractor will be used on the school’s forestry job site to simulate a cut-to-length forwarder. Shawn Lambert, Director... View Article
Hancock Hosts Forestry Field Day at Jugtown Forest (6/9/2015) - Hancock Lumber collaborated with Project Learning Tree and Lake Region Middle School to host a Forestry Field Day event on June 3rd for a hundred students. In an effort to bring the classroom to a real-world setting, students spent part of the day touring historic Jugtown Forest with Hancock employees, learning about the company history,... View Article
Historial Sawmill Log Photo Hancock Pine: a time-tested signature product since 1848 (11/18/2016) - Hancock Pine: a time-tested signature product since 1848 Since 1848, Hancock Lumber has been growing Eastern White Pine trees, manufacturing them into Hancock Pine products, and employing hardworking Mainers who choose to live and work in the Pine Tree state.  Century-old homes stand today with beautiful Eastern White Pine siding and trim that has endured New England’s... View Article

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