An article on taking a fall trip to New Gloucester, best known for the Shaker vi
An article on taking a fall trip to New Gloucester, best known for the Shaker village on Sabbathday Lake, but also home to an historic village; the Maine Wildlife Park; and Pineland Farms, Libra Foundation's transformation of the old Pineland Center. With an in-depth look at Pineland, with its herds of Holstein and Black Angus cattle, organic egg operation, greenhouse, cheese factory, equestrian center, business campus, cross-country skiing and walking trails, visitor center, dairy barns, YMCA, conference center, and gardens. The visionary project is turning a profit and proving that a mix of business and agriculture can be successful. Pineland's offices have attracted 45 businesses and non-profits employing some 800 people.
New Gloucester, Shaker Village New Gloucester
Clark, Jeff, "An article on taking a fall trip to New Gloucester, best known for the Shaker vi" (2007). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 3475.
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