To celebrate the schooner Bowdoin’s centennial, we revisit a trove of stunning photos by Maine photographer Tom Stewart, who accompanied Maine’s official state vessel on its momentous return voyages to the far north in the early 1990s.
In a remote nook of the north woods, the Big Reed preserve is New England’s last great swath of old-growth forest. Decades since the Nature Conservancy acquired the land, it’s become a quiet monument to what we’ve lost and a potent reminder of what we might recover.
On tap in our special section on Maine Drinks: Blue Hill’s heirloom-pear ciderpurveyors, Wiscasset’s new Maine Tasting Center, and all manner of THC- and CBD-infused beverages. Plus, a pint with Maine beer pioneer Danny McGovern.
Good Things from Maine
Tree and Vine’s cute costumes come just in time for Halloween, Ellsworth’s retail scene is all treats and no tricks, and a pair of Gardiner carpenters save urban timber from a ghoulish fate.