News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Anyone around Little Cranberry Island would say my husband Bruce, a lobster fisherman, has a knack for getting involved in some very interesting media situations. (See “One lobsterman’s 15 minutes of fame” at workingwaterfrontarchives.org.)
Registration is now open for Maine’s Coastweek Coastal Cleanup which begins Saturday, Sept. 15 and runs through Saturday, Sept. 22.
Compared to other animals, salmon are second only to chicken in their efficiency of converting food to protein and calories.
A chance encounter with a Prince Edward Island lobsterman at the gathering led to a trip to the Canadian island province for two high school students...
Whether I was summer people or island people was never clear to me.
By Tom Walsh
If you don’t know much—or even anything at all—about Rachel Carson, here’s your chance.
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.
By Susie Arnold, Jessica Gribbon Joyce and Roger Stephenson