News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Maine Maritime Museum's new exhibit rich with interactive displays
Legislative ‘sentiment’ acknowledges what islanders already know about this talented, giving woman
Donna Miller Damon
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Founders of land trust wanted to keep all options open
Maine must invest in education and training options beyond liberal arts college
“Our goal is to give kids an education that will literally change their lives,” said Peter Harris, president of the Herring Gut Learning Center's board of directors.
It’s about more than Netflix and Amazon Prime. It’s essential to community and economic vitality.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
When colonists came to New England—and the Gulf of Maine in particular—the spectacular fish runs they wrote home about were the striped bass, not salmon.
Think back to 2008: summer Olympics in Beijing; signs of the Great Recession start to show; Barack Obama is elected president; Celtics beat the Lakers in the NBA finals.
The landscape suddenly shifted from jagged edges to pillowy slopes of granite.
The Penobscot remained active along the lower Penobscot River and its large bay with its rich marine resources.
The sound of the bell buoy at night, through an open window, will still remind me of my childhood summers…
Bureaucrats, academics, and advocates develop talking points, position papers, and policies to address the problems of our coast. Galen Koch has chosen a different approach.