News of Maine's Coast and Islands
When the potatoes are done, lay the fish on top of the potatoes and cover the pot…
We have heard that having access to patient, flexible capital is essential for their community-focused businesses to work.
Media, Economic Development
For eight years, Monhegan Island residents have faced the possibility that Maine Aqua Ventus would site offshore wind turbines two miles south of the island at a site designated by the state legislature.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
You see, she believed that islands tap into survivalist powers that many people believe they have…
Broadband could help attract new families that might be able to start new businesses or telework from the island.
My grandmother’s spatula can slide between a frying pan and a pancake without driving into it like a snowplow.
As with timber and granite, we have learned that global connections based on a single commodity are tenuous at best…
The Japanese scallops for sale in Maine grocery stores this winter are a testament to the fact that this component of MMPA has long been ignored.
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
Sometimes I suspect that the word “work” is code for “paying attention” and “spending time.”