ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    Though our natural tendency was to skate out, away from the shore, the further we skated, the rougher the ice seemed to get. And while neither of us know much about how ice forms, we surmised that the bumpy pattern may have formed due to the wind. Read More
    MCKAY'S FISHING ADVENTURES
    I know myself am going through cabin fever. I am wanting to get out and fish. Lucky we have many shows through out New England that can keep us busy.Here is a small list of my favorites! googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    Deer, bear, and moose will all be debated at the legislature this session. Everything from deer baiting to the use of crossbows will be discussed. Here are some of the bill titles and sponsors. Title: An Act To Give the… Read More
    ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    Difficulty: Easy. The hike is about 1 mile long and travels through a forest with little change in elevation. Expect uneven terrain, exposed tree roots and soggy sections of trail. However, wide wooden footbridges have been constructed over the wettest portions of trail and over small brooks. Read More

Outdoors Blogs

GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
I expected wonderful, funny, inspiring stories about mothers in Compassionate Journey, subtitled Honoring Our Mothers’ Stories. But these stories are about very difficult and often troubling relationships with mothers, some of whom were mentally ill and very nasty. I came away more thankful than ever for… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    Captivated by the beautiful illustration of a bird on the cover of From Nana’s Window, a quick glance at the author’s name told me it is Margaret Grouse. Very appropriate for a book about birds! But I got that wrong. Her name is Margaret Gouse and… Read More
Trekkers, a local outdoor-based youth mentoring organization, has announced that Hannah Walsh has been promoted to the Trekkers program director. Walsh has been serving as a program manager since September 2014, but her ongoing commitment to the community goes back even further. Walsh spent 2012-2014 as… Read More
    BATH  — The Kennebec Estuary Land Trust has announced it has completed the principal steps required to submit its application for accreditation renewal. The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. Read More
    BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Topsham Land Trust will hold a winter garden workshop, “Gardening without Aches and Pains,” from 2-3:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 27 Pleasant Street. From repetitive work to arthritis and aging, gardening can be hard on your body. Read More