After his bluegrass band’s Grammy win, Mark O’Connor lends his fiddle to the PSO Pops!.
As traditional fisheries stare down climate-induced disaster, aquaculture could be Maine’s next great industry. So how come more fishermen aren’t ready to start seafarming?
A Sullivan studio’s mammoth all-weather garden containers are popping up in gardens across the country.
With a popular blog and three books, Lisa Steele is spreading the gospel of (pretty) backyard chicken keeping.
From “Maine’s Merry Gardens” by George Taloumis, in our April 1963 issue.
A longtime champion of local artisans and makers, Martha Stewart reveals her top product picks from around the state.
The time for Maine-made cheese is now.
Green-thumbed friends gather among vegetable beds for a laid-back meal in a Phippsburg potting shed.
Check out a few remarkable stats about the organization Friends of Acadia, and the work it does, from shores to summits.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from the February photo of Sugarloaf Mountain.
When Martha Stewart told us one of her favorite reads was Chebacco, we took it as an excuse to shout out a few journals that no Maine-o-phile should miss.
The first greens of a Maine spring make a soup that’s bright, rich, and perfect for still-cool evenings. Just ask Martha Stewart.