Polly Mahoney of Mahoosuc Guide Service in Newry, Maine will share her dogsledding experiences from the Yukon Territory to Maine to Nunavut and northern Quebec. Polly has been mushing for 37 years and is co-owner of her business for the last 27 years offering trips in the northeast. Read More
    The Art of Canoe Poling, Wilderness Canoe Tripping & Safety, and the Maine Canoe Symposium: Maine Guide and Maine Canoe Symposium Pro Staff member Lisa DeHart has spent the last 25 years canoeing everywhere from the Rio Grande in Texas to the Gaspe Peninsula in Canada, along with… Read More
    Aislinn Sarnacki is an outdoor reporter for the Bangor Daily News and author of the new guidebook “Family Friendly Hikes in Maine,” just released by Down East Books. For the BDN, Aislinn writes a weekly column (and blog with videos) about Maine trails, as well as stories about… Read More
    Carbon Fee and Dividend has received accolades from both sides of the aisle in Congress, and from leading scientists and economists who tout it as the best method to combat climate change. Come learn about it from Peter Garrett, the Maine Chair of the Citizen’s Climate Lobby, Connie… Read More
    Tuvalu, a group of low-lying islands in the Pacific Ocean, is under extreme threat from rising sea levels. Frequent storm surges and increasing salinization are killing the coconut palms and making crops difficult to grow. Come for a first-hand report on the front lines of climate change. Read More
    Tuvalu, a group of low-lying islands in the Pacific Ocean, is under extreme threat from rising sea levels. Frequent storm surges and increasing salinization are killing the coconut palms and making crops difficult to grow. Come for a first-hand report on the front lines of climate change. Read More
    AMC members Michelle and Stan Moody spent 5 months traveling from Maine to the Rockies with many stops along the way. However, one of the highlights of their journey was spending over a month exploring Utah’s well and lesser known natural areas.. Come join them in a photo… Read More
    David & Suzanne Kelly will discuss the evolution of Bangor EcoHomes, a ‘greenpocket neighborhood’ of six nearly self sufficient single family homes (3 complete, with 3 left to build). From steam laundromat and brownfield site to permaculture gardens & super energy efficient houses, their site on Fern street… Read More
    Crows and Ravens are common Maine residents with uncommon smarts and interesting behaviors. Come learn the differences between them and the habits that they share. From courtship to play, these corvids do amazing things. Come learn about them in a slide talk you’ll be raven about! Not… Read More
    Glen Koehler will present on global climate change. The main focus is to provide context for understanding the larger story behind the news stories about climate change by covering key concepts that explain why and how the climate is changing. The presentation briefly addresses some common myths, how… Read More
    BANGOR — The Appalachian Mountain Club will meet 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, at Bangor Public Library, 145 Harlow St. Guest speaker will be Nicole Grohoski, the first female through-paddler of the 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail. She will reflect on 10 years of paddling its waterways and share a… Read More
    BANGOR — Deb Walters of Troy will talk about her 2,500-mile solo paddle to Guatemala 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, at the Unitarian Universalist Society Church, 120 Park St. After over 30 years as a cognitive scientist, administrator and university vice president at Unity College, Walters. Read More
    HOLDEN — Joe Zydlewski, a fisheries scientist and a professor with the U.S.Geological Survey and the University of Maine, will give a talk on restoring migratory fish to the Penobscot River 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14, at Fields Pond Audubon Center, 216 Fields Pond Road. Zydlewski’s work focuses… Read More