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A nonprofit is taking over a few dozen rental units in Thomaston under a first-of-its kind model for preserving affordable housing properties. State officials and housing advocates believe that same model could be used to rescue the hundreds of other federally subsidized rentals at risk of being sold across rural Maine in the coming years.
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A passive house in Maine is able to maintain a temperature of around 70 degrees without the use of a furnace.
On the campus of Unity College in Maine is a solar panel that former President Jimmy Carter once installed on the White House.
In the decade since Unity divested, the movement has snowballed, with hundreds more institutions following in its steps.
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