A baseball-bat manufacturer in Shirley Mills gets his call-up to the big leagues.
A Sullivan studio’s mammoth all-weather garden containers are popping up in gardens across the country.
In a tiny workshop in Gray, a group of downhill diehards turns local lumber into handcrafted skis with a timeless look.
In the woods outside Farmington, a martial-arts champ built a hobby into a lifestyle into a factory.
The co-founder of Maine Grains grinds out a niche — and revives a local tradition — at her Skowhegan gristmill.
The free-spirited college buddies behind GrandyOats go big and go green with their wholesome snack.
In a central Maine warehouse, the fungus–loving partners of Cap N’ Stem are running Maine’s weirdest farm.
Bolstered by a solid foundation and a newly expanded plant, a fifth generation of Giffords is leading Maine’s iconic ice-cream brand to new heights.
Patten’s Dri-Ki Woodworking may well have made part of your favorite canoe — and if you’re lucky, easygoing owner Rick Keim made your paddle.
With ’Skeeter Skidaddler, Allen Pollock has reimagined insect repellent as an attractive natural fragrance.
Sarah Cellier scours Maine’s thrift and antique shops for rare haute couture to please a growing (and international) clientele.
Rooted in the counterculture of the 1970s, Johnny’s Selected Seeds is flourishing with the locavore movement.