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Comments range from ‘good’ to ‘consistent with past years’
Great Lakes Islands Alliance gathers for third annual meeting
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Memoir recounts quirks of Isle au Haut’s light and keeper’s house
Remain flexible, find own path is advice experts offer
Areas along the Maine coast get an average of 46 inches of rain a year…
“Access denied is opportunity denied.”
Greater access to mussels, oysters, scallops, and kelp can help reduce our dependence on imported seafood.
Three of our boys, newly graduated, assume their customary drinking station on the stern.
Winter is our time of potential energy. We’re not at rest; the island keeps ticking…
Temperature influences how much oxygen and carbon dioxide the water can hold, the rate of plant growth and decay, the movement of currents, and the geographic distribution of marine life.
Even though I don’t snowmobile, I really enjoyed Matt Weber’s book, Making Tracks, published by Islandport Press. Although he lives on Monhegan
The stunning Island Funeral, 1939, offers a bird’s-eye view of boats arriving at Teel’s Island…