For approximately 450 million years Haystack Mountain, a unique geological feature in Northern Maine, has stood high above the landscape. Even though this extinct volcano’s physical size has eroded over the many years, its popularity by its visitors has not.
Kicking Bear by Ken Lamb
Mizpah: How it All Started by Roger Corbin
Northern Maine General by Reynold Raymond
Haystack Mountain by Scott Thompson
Ask Alli by Allison Heidorn
Grammy’s Country Inn
Healthy You: Let’s Move by Kim Jones
The History of the P.I. Chamber by Kimberly R. Smith
Allagash Goes Around the World by Tim Caverly
Community Partners & Cultural Opportunities by Rachel Rice
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