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And Rockland is stellar example of how arts boosts local economies
Washington County Leadership Institute, begun in 1997 as one of Maine’s first professional leadership programs, has just completed its 20th year.
Mitchell left every one of the 300 or so in attendance inspired, hopeful and wishing he was a candidate for president.
Repeating activities gives us opportunities to observe how variables can affect the outcome.
By 2009, total landings were 132,000 pounds—80,000 pounds of which was landed in Maine.
An openness to learning from one another, and sharing what works and what doesn’t from place to place is critical.
Arts organizations, drawing people to events, exhibits, classes and more, are the seeds for healthy, diversified growth…
There is a side to island life that might be eclipsed by fishermen’s working lobster boats and pickup trucks, and tourists walking off ferries.
Here and there around Great Cranberry Island, a flock of geese runs as one around its pen, a trio of sheep explores a grassy apple orchard, a brace of goats peer through a fence, and a whole lot of gardens in various sizes...