Community & Culture

RSS feed for this section

2014 Earth Day

Join the millions who are committed to eco-friendly and sustainable living

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )
Mighty makers

Mighty makers

By Erika Blauch Rusley From professional photographers to part-time potters, creative people of all stripes are coming together in Maine’s…

Continue Reading Comments ( 1 )
Our Changing Climate: A current look at the science and mitigation of global climate change

Our Changing Climate: A current look at the science and mitigation of global climate change

By Lora Winslow, MELP, Environmental Advocate With 2012 being the hottest year on record in the United States and recent…

Continue Reading Comments ( 2 )
Buy local, read local

Buy local, read local

By Stephanie Eglinton Our local economy is fueled in part by the many artists that are drawn to Maine for…

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Repurposing Mills in Maine into Vibrant Cultural Centers

by Jennifer Hazard During the mid-1800s, massive brick textile mills served as places of employment for thousands of residents in Maine’s…

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Green MBAs and sustainable business programs

Business schools around the country are responding to a growing public awareness that business success is directly related to social…

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Art in living landscapes

By June LaCombe, Guest Columnist Sculptors have been drawn to this region for its inspiration and its materials. Sculpture is…

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

The Crafting Craze

If you’re reading this article, it may be because you recently caught the “I want to make really cool things…

Continue Reading Comments ( 2 )

Recommended reading

We asked our Facebook friends to share some of their favorite recent reads. Here are some highlights of their responses:…

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )

Consignment Shopping & Charitable Giving

We at the SunriseGuide love consignment stores. Consignment shopping is a sustainable way to shop, helps to cut back on…

Continue Reading Comments ( 0 )