News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Three decades ago, non-native invasive plants causing havoc in Maine’s wild and cultivated landscapes was rarely discussed, but times have changed.
While covering the Vietnam War, Dudman and two other journalists were ambushed in Cambodia. To help reassure a younger, very frightened colleague, Dudman said: “If we get out of this alive, we’ll have one hell of a good story.”
Think back to 2008: summer Olympics in Beijing; signs of the Great Recession start to show; Barack Obama is elected president; Celtics beat the Lakers in the NBA finals.
The landscape suddenly shifted from jagged edges to pillowy slopes of granite.
The sound of the bell buoy at night, through an open window, will still remind me of my childhood summers…
I grow some strawberries, usually enough for strawberry shortcake at least once...
“We should be talking about the horizontal shoreline changes that come from the sea level rise.” —Carol White
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
I’ve concluded that the more engaging the sky is to look at, the worse a ride it would be...
Johnson’s presence is so much a part of the island fabric that many forget she arrived during the 1960s…
Donna Miller Damon