Somewhere east of Moosehead Lake, where logging roads and hiking trails are the only routes, we find the glacier-remnant waterfalls and deep canyons of Gulf Hagas.
In the woods and at the dinner table with Jenna Rozelle, a wild foods enthusiast, foraging teacher, and aspiring homesteader.
In Maine's most iconic wilderness, Mother Nature still rules
This region of the midcoast offers an enjoyable and laid-back coastal escape with lots of walking trails and public lands to explore, plus a variety of dining options.
The picturesque Kennebunks are filled with historic charm, fishing wharfs, unique boutiques, and some of the best restaurants in southern Maine, nestled together along the coastline
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Splashing out with local sea kayakers, including ocean educator and adventurer Tom Bergh, founder of Maine Island Kayak Company
From E.B. White to Joel White to Sam Temple, this family of boat builders and writers has created a long-lasting legacy on the coast of Maine
The Sea Bags Women’s Sailing Team promotes their sport and sustainability
With Bohndell Sails’ legacy of almost 150 years hanging in the balance, Robin Chace Payson steps into a role she never expected