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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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Footpaths to Wild Places & Green Spaces

Maine’s land trusts provide miles of hiking trails to freely explore. By Lynn Ascrizzi Maine is renowned for its hiking…

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Maine: A child’s vacationland

By Lora Winslow I was born and raised in Maine. And while I was skeptical as a child about the…

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Retreat into nature

A comfortable place to lay your head in the great outdoors Looking to get away in nature but perhaps camping is…

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THE EASTERN TRAIL: 65 Miles of Adventure

By Carey Kish The Eastern Trail is a 65-mile greenway extending from Bug Light on Casco Bay in South Portland…

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Whales, Puffins & Moose, Oh My! Maine’s Wondrous Watchable Wildlife

By Carey Kish Maine’s incredible geography features 3,500 miles of ocean coastline, more than 2,500 hills and mountains, some 2,200…

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A Day Outside in Boothbay

Summer is the perfect time to take a weekend to explore a different region in Maine. I started with the…

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Art in Nature: An outdoor sculpture tour of Maine

By Bob Keyes In Maine, sculpture gardens and sculpture tours have become a popular way to see a variety of work,…

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Family Time in Maine: A Summer Guide

By Jennifer Hazard Parents should never hear the words, “I’m bored,” during vacation in Maine. To help, this simple list…

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Expert Conversation: John Brooking from Cycling Savvy

John Brooking is a nationally-certified bicycle educator with CyclingSavvy, a traffic cycling curriculum in Southern Maine. SRG: What is the…

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