News of Maine's Coast and Islands
The ice builds up fast, requiring workers to break it apart with wooden mallets to keep the float from sinking.
The difference between my kitchen table and an island is that mine is moveable, a kind of floating island.
And sure enough, it was—a friend from the summer community, instantly recognizable from his trademark hat and brindled dog.
Last year was disappointing for the lobster fishery, with many fishermen estimating their earnings down an estimated 20 percent to 30 percent compared with 2016.
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
The days of handshake deals … without public discussion are on their way out.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
A letter recently landed on my desk from a reader of The Working Waterfront.
A reexamination leads one to conclude that title to Maine’s intertidal lands is held by the state in trust for the public…
After a little nap during the ferry ride, we drove off on the island side, drove around behaving badly…