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Krisanne Baker and the Sea

An artist and a snorkeler, Baker is also a snorkeling artist.

Fishing for Maine

Spawned by necessity during the pandemic days, Fishermen Feeding Mainers has evolved into a statewide nutrition program that continues to feed hungry mouths and support local waterfronts.

Freshwater Renaissance

Born in Maine’s inland watersheds, an increasing alewife population leads to a cultural revival during their annual spawning run.

Spring Down on the Farms

Maine farmers stay busy all winter fixing and planning for what comes next: spring, the season opener.

David Etnier’s Sense of Place and People

As photographer and legislator, David Etnier helped preserve Maine’s working waterfront.

Daniel Low: Eastport’s Ingenious Architect

During Maine’s first decade of statehood, many towns had their own architect-builders who combined building practices with a knowledge of published builders’ guides.

Jeffery Becton’s Invented Worlds

This Deer Isle photographer uses digital means to explore “the edges of realism.”

Good Reads 185

Books about nature, pirates, rowing, and lobstering women

Fighter Pilot, Professor, Painter

The Port Clyde painter Robert Hamilton taught art for many years, while painting his own fantastic, mysterious canvases

Hurricane Island Unveils a New Research Station

A new state-of-the-art science lab on Hurricane Island features cutting-edge construction technologies and will be a base for cutting-edge marine research

The Farwell Project

A former general store and grain mill are at the center of an effort to revitalize a small town

Small and Efficient Dwellings

Builders hope small prefab homes can add much-needed housing.

Joshua and Susan Adam Share a Passion for Place

Artist couple Susan and Joshua Adam bring different perspectives to the Maine landscape.

Books to Entertain

Books to entertain

A Great Poet and His Beloved Boat

The poet Richard Ghormley Eberhart and his classic powerboat Reve.