“No Mow May” is one of many steps needed to make cultivated landscapes more ecological.
Although there are reasons for optimism, Mainers should be prepared to deal with the pesky insect again this summer.
Why Maine’s large landowners aren’t participating in carbon offset programs, and what might happen if they did.
The device would be part of a microgrid aimed at bringing backup power to the area’s chain of bridged islands.
A Mount Desert Island climate group launches an effort to foster knowledge-sharing among local activists statewide.
Concerns over Wolfden Resources’ ability to protect the environment leads to the opposition to silver mining.
They say a picture paints 1,000 words. These photos from our newsletter subscribers attest to that as they helped us showcase the way of life in Maine.
The Maine island looked into innovative, independent power sources. In the end, residents worried about reliability, cost and unproven technology.
Maine is at the forefront of a national reckoning about how devastating and costly land application of sewage sludge can be.
Incineration of plastics containing ‘forever chemicals’ could be generating potent greenhouse gas emissions, but testing methods are not yet in place.
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