Woodland Pulp LLC

​​144 Main Street 
Baileyville, ME 04694
(207) 427-3311

   St. Croix Tissue Inc. 2018 Foreign Direct Investor of the Year  (click title to view)



Woodland Pulp LLC is the largest employer in Washington County, with approximately 310 employees.  Our mill was founded in 1904 as the St. Croix Paper Co., producing newsprint and began operating in Baileyville two years later.  


Today, the Woodland Pulp Mill produces St. Croix Hardwood, a premium Northern ECF bleached Kraft pulp manufactured using hardwood chips sourced from Maine and New Brunswick, Canada.  The primary wood species are maple, birch, beech, and aspen.  Our high quality pulp is sold to paper makers all over the world. Starting in 2016, a portion of the pulp we produce is consumed by our affiliate company, St. Croix Tissue Inc. which is co-located on our mill site. Please visit our Sales page for more information on sales and products.


We have a strong history of environmental stewardship.  Over the years, we have reduced our environmental footprint and will continue to support responsible forestry management practices to ensure environmental sustainability for future generations.  For more information on our  Environment and Sustainability policies please select appropriate link.

OUR MISSION...


to be a low cost producer of superior quality pulp. Our daily focus is to achieve our mission by providing a safe and healthy work place for our employees, contractors, and customers.  Also, to produce our pulp with the smallest environmental impact possible.


The Woodland Mill

is a partially integrated Kraft pulp mill located on the St. Croix River which forms a natural boundary between the State of Maine and the province of New Brunswick Canada.   Co-located on the 115 acre site is St. Croix Tissue Inc.  St. Croix Tissue Inc. began operation of two state-of-the-art tissue machines in 2016. The mill is nearly self-sufficient in terms of energy. Approximately 80% of the power requirements of the mill are derived from renewable forms of energy that includes hydro, wood, and black liquor.  Our mill is 45 miles from the Port of Eastport.  Eastport is the deepest natural harbor on the east coast of the United States and is a key link in our global market pulp supply chain.