ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    As snow melts and the ground thaws throughout April and May, gravel roads and trails throughout Maine turn into a sloppy mess, a combination of mud, slush, potholes and puddles. Welcome to Maine’s infamous mud season, those few weeks each spring that tries our patience and tests our… Read More

Outdoors Blogs

GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
The Adaptive Outdoor Education Center is an amazing program that provides outdoor recreation and education opportunities for people with disabilities. Headquartered in the Carrabasset Valley, this wonderful association offers opportunities all over Maine. These people are truly an inspiration, and you need only to see… Read More
    SUMMER IN MAINE: KIDS, CAMPS, COMMUNITY
    When the summer camp season ends, most camp personnel return to their work or school endeavors. But Maine camps also have year-round employees, a core group whose members often wear many hats in performing the vast range of tasks associated with operating youth camps. Some of those year-round… Read More
Unity College celebrates Earth Week by giving community members tools and tips to help the planet UNITY — These days, there are all sorts of “hacks” out there to make life a little easier. From waterproofing your canvas shoes to creating a phone speaker out of a… Read More
ELLSWORTH — Hosted by the city of Ellsworth and the Frenchman Bay Conservancy, the Card Brook Cleanup is scheduled for 9:30 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 5. Help keep trash out of the Union River. Enter for a chance to win gift cards to local businesses. Snacks will be provided. Meet at… Read More