Act Out with Aislinn Sarnacki

    Before the wind blows the stunning fall foliage off the trees of Maine, consider taking a walk outside and enjoying this colorful time of year. The following are a few hiking trails that I’ve found to be especially beautiful during the fall, from easy walking paths to strenuous… Read More

Out There with John Holyoke

    As the first week of moose season reaches its conclusion, here’s hoping that Mother Nature blesses us with some more seasonal weather. I enjoy beach weather as much as the next guy, but it’s not beach season any longer. Teddy, an English cocker spaniel, spends… Read More

Outdoors Blogs

    Just finished the longest run of my life. Running the road is hard. I feel it in my body more today after this weekend’s 13.1 miles of pavement than I did the 31 miles of trail three… Read More
BAR HARBOR — More than 150 people from around the country will gather here October 17-19 for the fall meeting of the National Park Friends Alliance. The meeting will be attended by members of friends groups, conservation organizations, and philanthropic groups, as well as by National… Read More
ST. ALBANS — The Lions Club will serve a hunters breakfast 5-9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Chatterbox Club, Mason Corner Road. The menu will be eggs to order, sausage, bacon, sausage gravy on biscuits, homemade baked beans, french toast, pancakes, toast, coffee, juice and… Read More
    MACHIAS, Maine – The fifth annual Roque Island Lecture on Environmental Conservation will be presented on October 24th at the University of Maine at Machias.  Dr. Abe Miller-Rushing will present a lecture entitled “Can Citizen Science and Collaboration Change the World? Or At Least Make Our Part of… Read More