Limestone is home to Maine’s largest industrial park, Loring Commerce Centre, previously the Loring Air Force Base. With the redevelopment of the former base now well underway, the Commerce Centre is the place of business for over 27 employers including the Bangor Gas, Bigelow Aerospace, British Cycle Supply, Defense Finance and Accounting Center (DFAS), Frontier Transport, Graphic Utilities, Inland Winds Property Management, Lattice Technology,  Limestone Country Club, Loring Development Authority, Loring Holdings, Loring Industries LLC, Loring Job Corps Center, Loring Heritage Center, MacDonald Enterprise, Maine Military Authority, Pineland Farms, Straightline Fencing, S.W. Collins. and others. Thousands from Limestone and other area communities do business with, live, or work at Loring Commerce Centre in diverse fields such as accounting, aviation, computer science, food processing, mechanical trades, manufacturing,  teaching, and data-based services. Limestone is a community that can offer you a great place to both live and work.  Check www.liveandworkinNorthernMaine.com for more info!


Friends National Wildlife Refuge

The Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1998, when 4,700 acres of the former Loring Air Force Base in Limestone, Maine, was transferred to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The refuge has grown to 4,900 acres and includes over 2,400 acres in conservation easements.

The official Government site for The Aroostook Wildlife Refuge is  www.fws.gov/northeast/aroostook/

Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center

 

The Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1998, when 4,700 acres of the former Loring Air Force Base in Limestone, Maine, was transferred to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The refuge has grown to 4,900 acres and includes over 2,400 acres in conservation easements.

The official Government site for The Aroostook Wildlife Refuge is  www.fws.gov/northeast/aroostook/


Historical Photographs on Maine Memory Network

View photographs of Limestone from the first half of the 20th century.

In partnership with the Maine Memory Network, a project of the Maine Historical Society.