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Low-Spray & Organic Pick-Your-Own Apples, Strawberries and Blueberries

Summer and fall are great times to indulge in locally-grown food. Below is a list of Maine farms where you…

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Growing Medicinals in Maine

By Christine Fisher MAINE’S FARMERS don’t just grow vegetables or raise livestock. In Midcoast Maine companies like Avena Botanicals and…

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e-coupon: Dean’sSweets

10% off all “teacher gifts” for any order size or purchase Silver medalist salt caramel at the International Chocolate Salon…

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“Destination Wellness” fosters healthy tourism

By Christine Fisher MIDCOAST MAINE DRAWS people from around the world who want to explore the beautiful coastline where the…

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Jewelry Makers: A legacy of artisans inspired by Maine

By Bob Keyes AS A CHILD, Nisa Smiley traveled once a year from her home in Vermont to Deer Isle…

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Dining out with kids in Maine

By Jennifer Hazard I’m blessed with a family that likes to eat. Ever since my children were mere babes, my…

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Nature’s Concierge: Find your way with a registered Maine Guide

By Tim King WHEN IT COMES to the great outdoors, to paraphrase writer Aldous Huxley, there is the known, there…

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Acadia’s Centennial: 100s of ways to celebrate a national gem

By Carey Kish ACADIA NATIONAL PARK marks the centennial of its founding this year with a big celebration highlighting a…

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Cheese, glorious cheese: Maine’s award-winning cheeses are ripe for discovery

By Caitlin Gilmet Photos by John Finch THE WORD “CULTURE” is rooted in the idea of cultivation and growth. It…

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Celebrating 10 Years

As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the SunriseGuide, we want to send a big thank you to everyone who…

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