News of Maine's Coast and Islands
There is no question that herring is going to be in short supply in 2019 and the years to come.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
This success invites over-use and thus threatens our waterfront, the nexus between the town and the harbor.
Communities along the Maine coast have a matter of years to prepare for the climate crisis, not decades.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
By William Hall
Despite its three-story ice-making plant at the seaward end of the Portland Fish Pier, Vessel Services Inc. is almost invisible to passers-by at the other end, along bustling Commercial Street.
Pickup trucks idling and diesel boat engines firing up at 4 a.m. are less welcome…
The new restaurant will have seating inside and outside for approximately 200 people…
“We believe that the only way to preserve and protect working waterfront is to own it.”
Maine’s 3,500-mile coast continues to be the fastest developing part of the state.
“We’re moving in the right direction. It’s not easy and it’s not quick.”