News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Conserved lands may draw recreational use, but reduce tax rolls
Vessels serve shellfish harvesters and marine law enforcement
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No privacy when it comes to hauling bags to and from island
Islanders worry about visitors, but CBL says it must serve demand
If we didn’t cut firewood and grow gardens in summer, we’d freeze and starve in January.
“Bones!” a student exclaimed. “More bones!” another echoed.
Salinity would be low enough for it to be used for the production of some livestock…
The Land for Maine’s Future Board has selected six projects that will help protect and sustain Maine’s working waterfront.
John Worth is a salty guy. Saltwater may not run in his veins, but he certainly has spent a lot of time in, on, and around the sea.
More than 100 people gathered June 10 on Portland’s waterfront to cheer the christening and launch of the Friends of Casco Bay’s 26-foot pump-out boat
Over the course of the last 30 years, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court (also known as the Law Court) has issued a series of legal opinions about the extent of public rights in the intertidal zone.
In just ten years, Acadia’s visitation has grown by 59 percent, a trend which has led one nonprofit to offer Downeast tourists an alternative destination—Lubec.