News of Maine's Coast and Islands
An openness to learning from one another, and sharing what works and what doesn’t from place to place is critical.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
There is a side to island life that might be eclipsed by fishermen’s working lobster boats and pickup trucks, and tourists walking off ferries.
Here and there around Great Cranberry Island, a flock of geese runs as one around its pen, a trio of sheep explores a grassy apple orchard, a brace of goats peer through a fence, and a whole lot of gardens in various sizes...
To walk through that room, with suitcases in hand, and three full weeks of island life in front of me…
I didn’t expect to hear that a student complained that I forced my kids to make a “gay wall.”
Tourists could travel to Maine from New York and Boston in what amounted to floating hotels…
Not to brag, but I’m pretty sure I could conduct open heart surgery with a Lull forklift at this point.
There was plenty of friendly and frank talk about the business of being an old-fashioned kind of organization…
Haystack is one of my favorite places to be in the world, ranking only second to the island I call home.