By George Smith Bangor Daily News column This morning my Kennebec Journal came with a deer tick. I start my day with a cup of coffee and the KJ, seated in a comfortable rocker with a view out the kitchen window to Linda’s beautiful flower gardens. Opening the paper to grab the section that includes Read More
These photos were sent to us by NRCM member John Hinckley of Richmond, Vermont. The sunset was take from the Caucomgomoc Lake dam in Piscataquis County looking northwest. The storm cloud sailing one was taken Read More
“This photo was taken last summer at Moxie Lake.” – Photo by NRCM member Sam Horine of Skowhegan, Maine To see past My Maine This Week photos, or to submit a photo of your own to be featured on our website, please visit www.nrcm.org/our-maine/my-maine-this-week.
Sandy Bay Sunset. “A kayaker enjoying a sunset on Sandy Bay, Moosehead Lake, Greenville.” — Photo by NRCM supporter Alice Mainville of Amesbury, Massachusetts To see past My Maine This Week photos, or to submit a photo of your own to be featured on our website, please visit www.nrcm.org/our-maine/my-maine-this-week.
by Georgia Manzo, Special to the BDN Bangor Daily News op-ed Imagine reading this: “As you consider settling in the Katahdin region, establishing a business and starting your family here, did you know that we have a thriving hospital, a newly renovated municipal airport and a strengthened school system, as well as both a state Read More
You know how the old Andy Williams holiday classic goes: “It’s the most wonderful time of the year…” Well, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is also the most waste-producing. During the gift-giving season, Americans generate 25 percent more waste. According to the EPA, it weighs in at about 1 million extra tons—wrapping Read More
Saturday morning my good friends and NRCM members, Ellen, Cynthia, and I, headed to Montville to hike on the Sheepscot Wellspring Land Alliance (SWLA) properties. I had been arranging this event for a couple of months with SWLA board member Buck O’Herin and Executive Director Anna Fielder and was thrilled to wake up to another one Read More
Please watch this year-end video message from NRCM Executive Director Lisa Pohlmann. She highlights important work from the past year and shares the reasons why your support will be so important in the year ahead.
You are used to watching our “Insider” videos from the State House or various other venues where NRCM staff are working each day. We thought this video was a great way to bring you “inside” Maine’s woods. The video is taken by a homemade motion-sensored camera built by NRCM member Bryan Wells. Read more about this video Read More