News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Seafood industry boosters hosted Oct. 4 candidate event in Rockland
Summer resident is retired New York Times reporter and author of seven books
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So much of the underwater part of our planet remains unexamined
Broadband corridor, center for innovation, improved park included in efforts
Sediment fines, sticky with mercury, remain in the estuary rather than flowing directly out to sea.
“We could fish these crabs forever and they’re not going away.” —Nicole Twohig
Two developments planned for the peninsula part of Portland will add 180,000-square-feet of office space—and more parking pressure.
Those few minutes in his boat were so powerful that they challenged his assumptions about what’s real.
I was convinced there weren’t many songbirds around our property…
We found ourselves at the singularly appealing Gooney Creek campground.
The Island Institute partners with Maine’s island and coastal communities so they can become more resilient…
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
Island caretakers mirror steps they took in May, but with much less stress.