From our March 1978 issue: A visit with Elizabeth Coatsworth at the storybook farm where she and Henry Beston shared their lives for forty years.
Up mountains and down canyons, in the water and on the water, explore our state every which way.
When we launched last year’s inaugural Great Maine Scavenger Hunt, we weren’t sure anyone would even be ambitious/crazy enough to attempt it. We underestimated you.
North to south, the Maine day cruises not to miss (even if you don’t own a boat).
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from the March photo of The Swinging Bridge, Brunswick and Topsham, Maine.
Can you name this scrappy mill town? Submit your answer here for a chance to win a Down East wall calendar.
Calling all design enthusiasts! We want to see what you’ve been up to. Enter the inaugural Maine Homes Design Awards here.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine — including a rogue chicken, a Mainer named Jesus Christ, and a new way to “get there from here.”
A longtime chronicler of Maine’s farm- and forage-to-table scene, Down East contributing photographer Douglas Merriam left the ‘Learn the Fern’ shoot with a pile of freshly harvested fiddleheads and made this magnificent salad. Get the recipe.
Submitted by Laura G. A couple and their dog out for a winter hike on the Maine Hut Trail in Carrabassett, Maine.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from March 2016.