Town of Alna, Maine

The town of Alna was incorporated in 1794, originally named New Milford, changed in 1811 because of the Alders that are plentiful here. It currently has a population of 709 and has a rich history including agriculture and lumber mills. In its bucolic and pastoral setting, this area in the Sheepscot river vally was referred to as "The Garden of the East" due to its fertile soil. Burned over several times by the native Americans and nearly deserted for some years, it eventually became a well-settled area where framing, shipbuilding and mills thrived. See more about our history!
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Address:
1568 Alna Rd, Alna, ME, 04535
Hours
Monday - Closed, Tuesday - 8-2, Wednesday - 9-12:30/1-6, Thursday - 9-12:30/1-4, Friday - 8-2
Telephone & Fax:
(207)586-5313 (phone)
(207) 586-5567 (fax)
E-mail:
alna@tidewater.net
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