News of Maine's Coast and Islands
It is a confusing, spectacular mix of land and seascape in a relatively small area, 58 miles in all.
The way this story gets told gives the reader many reasons to stick with it despite the potential for feeling worried.
They often return to the surface and lay on their side, basking in the sun…
Citing safety concerns and the need to comply with federal regulations, the Maine State Ferry Service has adopted changes in policy and schedule.
“If we can get a base of educated diggers, we’re going to be able to manage the resource more intricately.” —Dan Devereaux
If you were Josh Rogers’ childhood friend, you probably were offered dried dulse instead of Doritos chips for a snack.
“We’re talking 300 percent faster regeneration.”
—Dr. Kevin Strange
Without a doubt, aquaculture is a major growth industry in the state. And it is not just about finfish. Shellfish and seaweed farming are on the rise.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
During drought, there is less fresh water to meet the salt…