LAURA'S HOUSE JOURNEY
    My little lambs with my house, that sits alone in a large field, in the background. I have enjoyed nearly every aspect of my new house. It’s in a great location, there are some amazing neighbors, however they are not too close, and… Read More
    ZERO WASTE MAINE
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When it comes to bees, the more people know about the insects’ habitat needs, the better their populations can thrive. That’s the idea behind a recently released report co-authored by Dr. Francis Drummond, professor of insect ecology and insect pest management at the University of Maine. Read More
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NORTHPORT — At Piper Stream Farm, 35 Piper Stream Rd., a high fenced enclosure that used to keep in commercially farmed red deer now keeps out wild deer to protect pear, cherry, peach, apple and plum trees and a bountiful vegetable garden. Visitors can see the orchard, vegetable… Read More
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