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SOCIETY NOTEBOOK • FEBRUARY 2018 • PORTLAND PRESS HERALD

The Woodbankquet raised more money for fuel assistance.

 
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Cumberland Woodbank hopes to expand volunteer base • JANUARY 2018 • THE FORECASTER

Brian Sites hopes the sixth annual Cumberland “Wood Bankquet” he’s organizing will help bring in some younger volunteers.


SOCIETY NOTEBOOK • WOODBANKQUET • FEBRUARY 2017

At its core, the Cumberland Wood Bank is a uniquely Maine example of neighbors helping neighbors.

MAINE WOODLAND OWNERS HARVEST AIDS CUMBERLAND WOOD BANK • NOVEMBER 2016 • MAINE WOODLAND OWNERS

Maine Woodland Owners recently donated a full truckload of firewood to the Cumberland Wood Bank, with the 10 cords of wood coming from a harvest on a Cumberland woodlot owned by Maine Woodland Owners. This donation of firewood was made possible by a cooperative effort that will certainly help Maine people in the Cumberland area heat their homes this winter,” said Maine Woodland Owners Executive Director Tom Doak. “We are honored to support such a worthy cause”.  

Cumberland Woodbank makes new home in North Yarmouth • JUNE 2016 • THE FORECASTER

Nine years after it began providing fuel assistance to those in need, the nonprofit Cumberland Woodbank now has a new home in a neighboring town and a lot more space.

CUMBERLAND WOOD BANK LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME • DECEMBER 2015 • WMTW 8

This donation of firewood was made possible by a cooperative effort that will certainly help Maine people in the Cumberland area heat their homes this winter,” said Maine Woodland Owners Executive Director Tom Doak. “We are honored to support such a worthy cause”.  

TOWN NEEDS SPACE, SO CUMBERLAND WOODBANK NEEDS NEW HOME • DECEMBER 2015 • THE FORECASTER

The town’s need for more space at its Public Works facility by 2017 has resulted in the Cumberland Woodbank being asked to find a new home.

UMaine professor, student write community guide on how to start a wood bank • MARCH 2015 • BANGOR DAILY NEWS

This donation of firewood was made possible by a cooperative effort that will certainly help Maine people in the Cumberland area heat their homes this winter,” said Maine Woodland Owners Executive Director Tom Doak. “We are honored to support such a worthy cause”.  

Firewood donations stock the stoves of the needy • JANUARY 2014 • CHRISTIAN SCIENCe MONITOR

This donation of firewood was made possible by a cooperative effort that will certainly help Maine people in the Cumberland area heat their homes this winter,” said Maine Woodland Owners Executive Director Tom Doak. “We are honored to support such a worthy cause”.