News of Maine's Coast and Islands
The arc is so large that as you ascend you cannot see the other side, almost symbolically, as if you are being transported to another world.
Every day I am taken aback by the pure act of kindness that is directed toward me.
Sticky, tar sands oil, with its propensity to sink, poses a substantial, long-term, risks to life on the sea floor.
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
Every step I take on this island and in Maine is new and offers something original to learn...
One of the biggest lessons I learned as an Island Fellow is that it’s important to have a support system…
The news of my mother’s passing stunned me like a shot to my chest. My breath was stolen from my lungs and a lump had formed like a rock in the base of my throat.
Maybe it is a Maine thing, or an island thing, or just not a Connecticut thing, because I was definitely deprived of this creative outlet as a child.
Not to brag, but I’m pretty sure I could conduct open heart surgery with a Lull forklift at this point.
When you live on an island, a task as simple as buying food requires forethought and logistical prowess, sure signs of adulting.