Since 1979, the National Sea Grant College Program has administered one of the nation’s most prestigious marine policy fellowship programs, sending over 1,200 professionals with backgrounds in science, policy, management, and law to Washington, D.C.
For a century, a stone and mortar, wooden-roofed tank on the outskirts of town provided Castine with a necessary resource—water. Today, the remains of the structure and the site are being repurposed to serve the town in a new way.
Bill Trevaskis, the sole music teacher for students in the pre-K to 12th grade Vinalhaven School, explained how he worked with his colleagues to a group of teachers at the Island Teachers Conference in Belfast on Oct. 5-6 ...
Anica Mrose Rissi is an accidental writer. Growing up on Deer Isle, she moved to the bigger world while attending Yale University, then landed a job—by accident—as an editor at Scholastic, Inc., the publisher of children’s books.