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.
Audubon taught me about the splendors of this continent’s wildness and about the human savagery often pitted against it.
Take a kid-friendly trip through the Katahdin region.
Maine Public Radio's Jennifer Rooks on Kettle Cove sunsets.
Taking over a long-running Christmas tree farm is a daunting affair, but as a generation of Maine’s tree farmers ages out, new growers like Sangerville’s Abbey Bray are stepping in to make the fir fly.
Two years in, after a rocky start, Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument has found a clearer path forward — and so have the communities counting on it to drum up business.
Labor and tradition endure on a low-tide landscape that few ever glimpse.
Noah Gray-Cabey was a toddler when his parents moved from suburban Chicago to Maine, his mom’s home state, settling in the woods of Newry, a spot he (fondly) describes as “literally the middle of nowhere.”
The resurgence of Maine’s bald eagle population is one of the state’s most impressive ecological comeback stories. Ron Joseph remembers the big personalities and unorthodox methods that made it work.
After decades in free fall, how Maine’s loon population took off.