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Nordic Aquafarms hopes to be producing 13 million pounds in tanks by 2020
Advocates hope Maine catch can be absorbed elsewhere
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June vote asks town to purchase former Nova Scotia ferry property for $3.5 million
Book captures process of bringing 34 sculptures to Downeast coastal area
ESPN shared a story about a basketball stuck behind a wood stove causing a tie game.
Exploration associated with drilling uses extremely loud seismic air gun blasts once every 10 seconds…
Reflections is a monthly column written by Island Fellows, recent college grads who do community service work on Maine islands and in remote coastal communities through the Island Institute, publisher of The Working Waterfront.
We crawled all over trying to find the source of this alarm that continued, undeterred, every 60 seconds.
Vacationland features true confessions, like backing a boat trailer behind a Jeep for the first time at a ramp in Brooklin…
Photographer Richard Howard has travelled all over the U.S. and the world photographing people and places for publications such as Smithsonian and National Geographic.
The situation is alarming Maine’s lobster fishermen, because some of the deaths are from entanglements with fishing gear. There were at least five additional live entanglements.
By 2014, more than 60 percent of MDI’s workers were commuting to the island because they couldn’t find affordable housing there...