News of Maine's Coast and Islands
What’s the word on Monhegan? The answer, offered this summer by an island businesswoman, was to the point—beer, coffee, and chocolate.
As a boy, Carlson, a life-long resident of Swan’s Island, worked as sternman for his father during lobster and scallop season.
I can’t imagine what they thought, arriving upon a rather somber and not too chatty assemblage…
Penrose and her friends used sticks and brushes to scrape dirt from the wing-like vertebrae.
Island caretakers mirror steps they took in May, but with much less stress.
A drop of water in Lake Superior could take anywhere from 173 to 191 years to work through the system.
I was convinced there weren’t many songbirds around our property…
We found ourselves at the singularly appealing Gooney Creek campground.
The Island Institute partners with Maine’s island and coastal communities so they can become more resilient…
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.