News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Maine’s 3,500-mile coast continues to be the fastest developing part of the state.
“We’re moving in the right direction. It’s not easy and it’s not quick.”
The prose is an engaging blend of biology and storytelling...
The seed to make a difference in the world was planted at a young age for Horace “Hoddy” Hildreth Jr.
Penrose and her friends used sticks and brushes to scrape dirt from the wing-like vertebrae.
Sediment fines, sticky with mercury, remain in the estuary rather than flowing directly out to sea.
“We could fish these crabs forever and they’re not going away.” —Nicole Twohig
It’s not the sexiest topic, but transportation policy impact radiates out through many arenas, including economic development, land use planning, population movement, and environmental protection.
Lobsters have sophisticated internal compasses that allow them to use the Earth’s magnetic field…