News of Maine's Coast and Islands
“I guess I have a gimmick and didn't even know it." —Rachel Noyes
I got the van warmed up and all the temperature and fan controls just the way I wanted them.
“We're exposing visitors or seasonal residents to the artists on the islands…” —Carrie Brezzo
Tempers flared at the July 12 meeting of the Maine State Ferry Advisory Board about, ironically enough, angry ferry passengers.
Frenchboro fisherman Andy Smith, his sternman Daniel Saxby, and local contractors were scrambling in late May to finish construction of Smith’s new Mussel Ridge 46 lobster fishing boat, Sylvia Mae.
My little pads hold jewelry sketches, book recommendations, contact information…
In the coming months, I expect my neighbors and I will learn a lot about who will ship what.
He spoke of the need to relocate his island nation within 50-100 years due to sea level rise.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
The Maine Island Trail Association marks its 30th anniversary this month, and I believe it is important to look back at our roots and the organization that once spawned and still inspires us—the Island Institute.