The Mill Press
The Mill Press is an online journal.
The Mill Press focuses on topics related to Kemp Mill1. The Mill Press material is specifically designed for newcomers to Kemp Mill.
Pages can contain text, photos, links to other websites, audio and videos, as well as downloadable documents and livestreaming. There is also an email edition, and a printed edition.
You can also tune in to The Mill Press live teleconference broadcast series.
Dial-in Number: 1-774-220-4000
Conference ID: 7638-9463
To call in to the teleconference, first check the schedule below for the time of the next teleconference. A few minutes before the teleconference, call the dial-in number. At the prompt, enter the conference ID following by the “#” key.
In most cases, you may also call in during the teleconference.
Mon & Wed nights 8:00 pm – 8:30 pm
We’ve opened a “gate” at the bottom of some Mill pages. We call this gated section The Mill Press Magazine. It is a running commentary on the content in The Mill.
The Mill Press
The Mill Press Magazine
Kemp Mill is a suburb of Washington DC.
Arcola Avenue is a street that runs through Kemp Mill. Arcola was built on the ridge line that separates the Sligo Creek watershed from the Northwest Branch watershed.
Traveling on Arcola Avenue brings you to Kemp Mill Road. If you follow Kemp Mill Road to its end, you will find the waters of the Northwest Branch coursing over the remnants of the eponymous George Kemp’s Mill.
Kemp Mill was mostly forest when Jack Kay carved a residential neighborhood out of the woods here. The neighborhood still has the feel of a forest. There are many trees, and wildlife such as deer and rabbits. Kemp Mill is surrounded by undeveloped forest areas.