Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from August’s photo of Witherle Woods.
Grilled veggies get saucy.
A new book paints a fresh picture of one of Maine’s most impressive art collections.
Brewers are tapping into a Maine woods tradition.
Chatting with the worm wranglers of FixIt Farm.
If we give what’s wild half a chance, it will, as these fish teach us, do the hard part.
There’s a new gem on Great Diamond, and it shines flamingo pink.
A speck of a village at the northernmost tip of Maine, Estcourt Station is (sometimes literally) the place you can’t get to from here.
A New York playwright’s reimagining of Arthurian legend premieres at a Deer Isle jelly maker’s sculpture garden.
Find everything from milk cans to Jamie Wyeth prints in old-fashioned Cornish, where even the shops have past lives.
Some Maine jewelers take the phrase “precious stones” quite littoral-y.
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.