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Improving Timber for Tomorrow

About Us

In the summer of 1997, Western Maine Timberlands, Inc. (WMT) was founded by Marc Greaney. Marc gained valuable experience from a previous partnership, that not only gave him the drive to succeed, but also the goal of creating a first-generation company he could pass down to his children.

Today, WMT employs 13 individuals, ranging from office staff to our dedicated logging crew and drivers. We have many loyal employees who have been with WMT for over 20 years, and have witnessed our little company evolve into what it is today. Though we have grown, we take pride in maintaining a high-quality, personalized service for our clients. Our slogan "improving timber for tomorrow" signifies our commitment to practicing sustainable forestry management, as well as our desire to continue building appreciative, dedicated relationships with our customers.

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Marc Greaney


Marc oversees day-to-day operations while working with key crew members and our staff forester. He became certified through the master logger program in spring 2002.

Marc sits on the board of the Professional Logging Contractors of Maine, and maintains a strong commitment to improving the logging industry’s standards and reputation.

Contact Marc at 207-441-7987 or

Jennifer Greaney


Jennifer joined the company in 2001 and has been managing our office since then.

Contact Jennifer at 207-925-1138 or

Reese Greaney

Intern Forester (ME)

Reese began working for WMT full time after graduating from the University of New Hampshire's Forest Technology program in 2019. Reese grew up working for the family business and gained valuable experience throughout the years. 

Since graduating UNH, Reese has been full time in many different positions throughout the company and now helps manage many of the day-to-day operations.

Contact Reese at 207-441-7967 or

Darren Riggins

Licensed Forester (ME, NH, VT)

Darren is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and has been with WMT since 2010. He currently lives in Mechanic Falls with his wife Tracy and two boys Colin and Mason.

Darren writes and assists landowners with Maine tree growth plans, woodland resource action plans and NH current-use programs. He also meets with landowners to help them meet their management goals. Lastly, Darren assists with active and non-active harvests for pre-harvest layout, as well as post-harvest closeout work.

Contact Darren at 207-441-5573 or


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