News of Maine's Coast and Islands
They had “come down to the coast for the day,” as they put it, from Brewer, Waterville, Skowhegan.
“We have amazing things happening here, and a lot of them are driven by women, which is also great.”
In 1968, the year that saw assassinations, a violent party convention, and a far-off war claiming more and more lives, a young man “from away” arrives in an isolated Maine fishing village to take over the local newspaper.
I graciously changed their non-waterfront selection to our best waterfront kitchen unit…
From hand-hauling lobster traps to selling more than 10 million pounds of bait annually, Jennie Bichrest knows the working waterfront inside out.
Issues facing the lobster industry surrounding access to bait could not have been planned for five years ago.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
The biggest decision will be how to equitably and safely choose a way achieve a 50 percent reduction in vertical lines.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
The Land for Maine’s Future Board has selected six projects that will help protect and sustain Maine’s working waterfront.
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.