News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Would a private board, controlled by commercial airlines, be concerned about communities like ours?
“The mussels I used to see in Back Cove three to four years ago are now gone. I don’t have an answer why.” —Peter Stocks
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
While she is serving breakfast, she gets lunch started and when she’s serving lunch, she has mid-afternoon snacks and dinner underway.
As summer arrives, there’s worry in the tourism industry—not about seeing enough customers, but about having enough staff.
Our organization is launching a project to support local leaders who want to ready their communities for future storms and floods…
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
The American lobster is the single most valuable species of fish landed in the United States.
The number of late-stage larvae has been decreasing since about 2007, which strongly correlates with the downward trend in seafloor settlement…
The caretakers and contractors on our islands are some of the busiest people around as Memorial Day approaches.
The populations of river-run fish started decreasing dramatically in Maine as long ago as the early 1800s.