News of Maine's Coast and Islands
By Tom Walsh
A study of a dredge of a deep sea manganese field showed no visible recovery of the area 35 years later.
Estuaries have always been good places to live and have a farm, with rich meadow grass for cattle, floodplain soils, and access to water.
It would raise the rewards for energy-saving innovations, such as improvements in solar and wind power and electric cars…
Eight years ago, as a symbol of our intention to stay on North Haven indefinitely, I bought apple trees and asparagus crowns for Bill as a Chanukah present.
Registration is now open for Maine’s Coastweek Coastal Cleanup which begins Saturday, Sept. 15 and runs through Saturday, Sept. 22.
A special referendum on July 24 saw nearly 90 percent of Bristol residents who cast paper ballots approve repairs to the 101-year-old Bristol Falls Dam, rather than tear it down.
On June 26, Ellsworth City Council Chairman Marc Blanchette backed up his plug-in hybrid electric car to the city’s first publically available Level 2 electric vehicle charging station, located under a shady copse at Merrill Park on Water Street.
Compared to other animals, salmon are second only to chicken in their efficiency of converting food to protein and calories.