"Source Reduction is to garbage what preventive medicine is to health."
-- William L. Rathje
University of Maine at Presque Isle
Mission Statement: The University of Maine at Presque Isle, a publicly supported, baccalaureate institution located in northern Maine, provides broad educational opportunities for a diverse student body, with particular reference to the people of its region and state.
For additional information on the programs offered at University of Maine at Presque Isle, visit their website at:www.umpi.maine.edu
Dregrees Offered at University of Maine at Presque Isle:
Associate's degree Bachelor's degree
Other Programs Offered at University of Maine at Presque Isle:
Biological and biomedical sciences Business, management, marketing, and related support services Communication, journalism, and related programs Education English language and literature/letters Health professions and related clinical sciences History Liberal arts and sciences, general studies and humanities Mathematics and statistics Multi/interdisciplinary studies Natural resources and conservation Parks, recreation, leisure, and fitness studies Psychology Public administration and social service professions Security and protective services Social sciences Visual and performing arts
School Type: 4-year, Public Campus Setting: Rural: Fringe Student Population: 1,455 Undergraduate Students: 1,455
University of Maine at Presque Isle 181 Main St Presque Isle, Maine 04769-2888
LANGLEY FARM RECOGNIZED FOR 137 YEARS OF OPERATION LANGLEY – The Smith Farm in Langley has been honoured with a Century Farm Award to recognize more than a century in operation, Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA Rich Coleman announced on behalf of Agriculture and Lands Minister Steve Thomson.
Century Farm Awards honour pioneers whose farms ....
New flat energy rate to be implemented for newly constructed homes
FREDERICTON (CNB) - Following the most recent ruling by the Energy and Utilities Board (EUB), NB Power will eliminate the declining block rate by introducing a new flat energy rate for residential customers who are building new homes. The new rate will be implemented on Jan. 5, 2009.