On Penobscot Bay, traditions and lessons of the ocean are passed down through generations
Jessica Johnson on how to succeed as a Maine entrepreneur in the beauty industry
A project that has become the talk of the northern Maine woods—a private multimillion-dollar investment to create miles of trails and deluxe warming huts on an over 4,300-acre tract along the East Branch of the Penobscot River—is now open to the public
During the past two decades, a cast of thousands has collaborated to bring millions of alewives back to Maine's streams and rivers
Our comprehensive guide to the camps that make summers in Maine so memorable.
Amanda Hatley, the founder of She Summits Co., shares her thoughts on what summer camp can do for girls, what it means to be brave, and the best place to hike in Maine.
For Susan Curtis campers, two weeks on the shore of Trout Pond means finding new paths
With a heritage dating back nearly two centuries, Maine’s sporting camps serve as stewards and guides of the state’s woods and waters
My mother married a man in April in Massachusetts. I was 15. That August he brought us to Maine. We got up at four-thirty in the morning and drove for hours to Rockland and got on a ferry and headed … Continue reading
With its dramatic cliffs and seaside forests, the Bold Coast provides an experience unlike anything else in Maine