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Revolving Fund

Robbins-Anderson House Front Maine Preservation is proud to offer several new Revolving Fund properties for sale, including the Robbins-Anderson Saltwater Farm in South Thomaston, Maine, built circa 1795, and the Abijah Buck House in Buckfield, Maine, constructed about 1791. Read more about these and other Revolving Fund properties in our Historic Real Estate listings.

Nominate Most End'grd

Staff photo by Joe Phelan The doors and windows of the the river front granite buildings of the Kennebec Arsenal have been boarded up for years. Nominate a property for the 2015 list of Maine's Most Endangered Historic Places, to be released state-wide in late August. The annual Most Endangered List seeks to shed positive attention on the potential of threatened historic properties to be saved and revitalized. Visit here for more information.

Field Services

Demo Maine Preservation offers preservation guidance to the stewards of historic buildings in Maine from our professional Field Service Advisor, Christopher Closs. Their advice can help get a project off the ground, find resources, or steer a project in the right direction. read more...

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