GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    I’ve been impressed recently with the good work of DIF&W Fisheries biologist Tim Obrey, who heads up the team in the Moosehead Lake region, a very large and important place for our fish. Tim’s recent report on Moosehead Lake smelts… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    I’ve been impressed recently with the good work of DIF&W Fisheries biologist Tim Obrey, who heads up the team in the Moosehead Lake region, a very large and important place for our fish. Tim’s recent report on Moosehead Lake smelts… Read More
    UP NORTH MOTORSPORTS
    A story about my mom this Mother's Day 2019. Look here also for my imaginary "month of Indy" and 13-year-old scratch built a Formula One car with six wheels! Read More
    SENIORS NOT ACTING THEIR AGE
    What’s the best canoe trip in Maine? Most would respond Allagash, St. John, Penobscot or St. Croix. Having paddled them all, I believe the Machias River in far eastern Maine is simply the best. Beginning on 5th Machias Lake in the heart of Washington County, it… Read More
    ACADIA ON MY MIND
    What better way to celebrate the end of mud season, than to hike the Acadia carriage roads, which recently opened to pedestrians, but not yet to bicyclists or horses? This special guide to the top 6 Acadia carriage road loop hikes of between 3 to 6 miles features interactive maps, elevation profiles and photos of some of the carriage road bridges and other sights to see. Thanks to reader Caroline, who posed this question as part of our "Ask Acadia on My Mind!" series. Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    Maine has a very high population of bears, and they are showing up all over the state. In my town of Mount Vernon, several residents have had bears in their yards. Here is some good advice from DIF&W on how to deal with problem bears. Read More
    RECOVERY ROCKS
    On the door to my office hangs a sign, “98% of my problems would cease to exist if I could stop overthinking and chill the F out.” Over complicating is what we do when we keep coming up with the same answers and hating them. googletag.cmd.push(function ()… Read More
    PULSE MARKETING INSIGHTS
    A common hurdle in content marketing is generating relevant and engaging content. Understanding what content resonates with your audience is the first step to creating appealing content, but it can often be difficult to nail down exactly what topics your audience is looking for. Read More
    FRANCO-AMERICAN NEWS AND CULTURE
    LEWISTON, ME– As a member of the Board of Directors with the Franco-American Collection, at the University of Southern Maine Lewiston-Auburn College (USM LAC), I am learning about the timely importance of the “Digital Commons”. This resource for research and scholarship is open to the on-line… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    The legislature is working to strengthen our protection of endangered species. The bill expands the authority of game wardens to cite people who violate the protective laws for endangered and threatened species, and increases penalties for violations. Here is a… Read More
    CULTURE SHOCK
    On Friday night, improv troupe The Focus Group is at the Bangor Arts Exchange, it’s hip hop night at Queen City Cinema Club featuring Assasi and Boss, Whippoorwill Wood is at Paddy Murphy’s, Mai Kheet and Glen Dubose perform at Black Bear Brewing on Exchange… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    Peter Kilgore obviously loved Maine, from our coastal islands to the Allagash River in the north woods. Quarry, The Collected Poems of Peter Kilgore, really capture his Maine – and my Maine too. I really must thank North Country Press for publishing this comprehensive group of… Read More