News of Maine's Coast and Islands
An area of thermally suitable habitat for larval settlement may have helped amplify the lobster boom.
They served gallons of hand-roasted Guatemalan coffee, dozens of egg sandwiches and baked goods, and their Chai latte was a fan favorite.
Fourteen island states gathered in the Maldives in November 1989 for the Small States Conference on Sea Level Rise.
When we plan by issue we miss the opportunity to connect the dots…
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
The Island Institute saw the need for fishermen, specifically lobstermen, to have alternative water-based businesses to diversify their income.
If life is more difficult on Islesboro, life is more difficult for all of us.
Fishermen talk about ropeless fishing as if it were science fiction, but weren’t cell phones considered the same back in the 1980s?
As many as 85 rental dwelling units are needed to satisfy demand…
When philanthropist Roxanne Quimby bought the 113-acre Ocean Wood Campground on Schoodic Peninsula three years ago for $2 million, her intent was to save the land and its 3,200-feet of bold ocean frontage from development.