News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Across the state, high school ended this spring with a whimper. Students graduated at the peak, or perhaps post-peak, of an unprecedented pandemic.
In the past few months, teachers all over the globe have seen their email inboxes flooded with educational resources for remote instruction.
For the first time, both are considering new vessels powered by hybrid diesel and electric fuel systems.
Teachers here are looking for Maine-based resources that students can use regardless of internet access.
Mostel found the western coastline of Monhegan to be a sanctuary that met his needs: isolated, inexpensive, and hard to get to.
We have learned that if a community is unwelcoming it may not matter how much effort goes into solving other problems…
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
No matter what’s going on with the humans in the world, plants and animals are going to do spring with or without us.
We in early Maine used to eat something called Poverty Stew—half a pound of salt pork cubed up and fried.
Most mornings, there’s a four-year-old struggling to get his foot into his sneaker, until a third grader comes along to assist.