Episode 4:Kat and Carolyn head out on the water to learn about Maine’s fastest-growing crop: kelp. Grab your fishing bibs and hop on board! WeGo is an episodic video series that showcases some of Maine’s most unique pursuits, from its … Continue reading
Last June photographers Chris Bennett and Chris Shane set out on a ten-day, 700-plus mile bike-packing trip from York to Lubec to see as much of the state’s 3,478 miles of coastline as possible, and a Maine videography team documented … Continue reading
Episode 3: Host Kat Englishman heads to Maple Moon Farm in Lebanon to try her hand at turning maple sap into delicious syrup. Plus, Carolyn Brady hosts a cooking segment to share a recipe for another Maine favorite: whoopie pies, … Continue reading
Kat and Carolyn head north to the New England Outdoor Center for a weekend of snowmobiling and ice fishing on the shores of Millinocket Lake.
WeGo is an episodic video series that will showcase some of Maine’s most unique pursuits, from its outdoor opportunities to its bustling arts and culture scene. Each episode will feature individuals trying their hand at new activities, with guidance from an expert. … Continue reading
Jennifer Neptune, a Penobscot basketweaver and director of the Maine Indian Basketmakers Alliance, shares the important role that basketmaking, a thousands-of-years-old tradition, serves in Wabanaki culture and how it’s seen a resurgence throughout the state among younger makers. Read Weaving … Continue reading
Joining the owners of Bradford Camps to fly into a remote North Woods pond for the chance to see—and catch—Maine’s most elusive fish. For more, read our September 2020 story A Rare Catch. The video is produced by Tight Loops.
Looming above Baxter State Park, Mount Katahdin is Maine’s tallest peak and the last leg of the Appalachian Trail. For a story in our July issue, videographer and writer Chase Bartee and photographer Aimee Bartee joined AT thru-hikers on the … Continue reading
Tim Jackson first started making ice-fishing traps in his basement in 1979 and would trade them for Christmas presents for his five children. Eventually the hobby morphed into a full-time job, and he began supplying larger retailers, including L.L.Bean. By … Continue reading
A colorful new mural in the heart of Portland honors the burgeoning city’s progress.