Will Bonsall has spent a lifetime scattering seeds across the country. But will his efforts fall among the thorns?
The great poem “The Waste Land,” by T.S. Eliot, begins with these lines: “April is the cruellest month, breeding / Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing / Memory and desire …”
"One of my favorite sights begins as a line of dark shapes in the woods moving towards the clearing."
A beloved firetower lost its lookout in a windstorm.
"In this strange new heat come new species, and some of the life we know slips away."
The trailblazing recreation nonprofit needs help moving its big operation forward.
Forester Pam Wells is building a flourishing legacy on a once-ailing woodlot.
Once a foe to greens, now a surprising ally, writer and former Augusta heavyweight George Smith looks back on a rich Maine life — and ahead at one last challenge.
When cold weather arrives, the Cumberland Wood Bank cuts needy Mainers a break on heating bills.
A beginner-friendly handbook to the Maine-iest Maine species, the greatest great black hawks, the biggest big days, and more.
Twenty years ago, a motley band of guides, foresters, and conservationists put in on northern Maine’s remote upper St. John River to sketch out an audacious conservation plan. This summer, they returned to take stock.
Maine Public Radio's Jennifer Rooks on Kettle Cove sunsets.