Maine Farmland Trust is helping hundreds of families navigate generational transition and provided the support that would-be farmers need to create a viable future.
Mack and her sister, Amanda Slamm, spent the months after their father’s death teaching themselves to make cutting boards and pizza peels, and before long, they were selling them online and in local craft shops as Sprig Woodwork.
Though restaurant-kitchen culture is still dominated by men, women chefs have a refreshingly outsize presence in Maine. We gathered a few of the state’s best chefs to talk about why.
Sara Rademaker is working to keep elvers in Maine via her company, American Unagi, the only eel-farming venture in the state.
Who says you can’t bring food into the museum? Three food-adjacent exhibits not to miss this spring.
New England Distilling releases bottles of Rack IV Saison whiskey on April 6, Saison Day, an Allagash-spearheaded national celebration of the beer style.
After more than nine decades on the water, World War II veteran and Maine-art-lore inheritor John Olson can’t stop trapping lobsters.
A year-and-a-half ago, Maine’s landmark food-sovereignty law empowered towns to regulate their own dairy/pickle/poultry trade. So how is it changing the way farming communities do business?
Can you name this coastal town?
Here’s everything you need to know about Maine’s signature seafood, from the experts at lobsterfrommaine.com.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here are our favorite letters from February’s photo of Wood Island Lighthouse.