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Garden Party

A group of green-thumbed friends gathers among lush vegetable beds for a laid-back meal at Elizabeth and Marty Lakeman’s cozy potting shed behind their Phippsburg home. By Sarah Stebbins

Mother Hen

With a popular blog and three books, Lisa Steele is spreading the gospel of backyard chicken-keeping. We pay a visit to her Dixmont hobby farm and meet her garrulous brood. By Virginia M. Wright

A Slice of Culture

The time for Maine cheese is now. Whether you prefer it sharp, funky, hard, soft, or even drenched in herbed olive oil, someone makes it just down the road. By Virginia M. Wright

Reaping What They Sow

As traditional fisheries stare down climate-induced disaster, aquaculture could be Maine’s next great industry. So why aren’t more fishermen seafarming? By Mary Pols


Departments

Where in Maine?

Connect

The Mail


North by East

Opinions, Advisories, and Musings from the Length and Breadth of Maine

Down East Dispatches

News You May Have Missed

Cabin Fever

Maine Camps Meet Reality TV

At the Helm

A Pioneering Boatyard GM

Talk of Maine

Who’s Leading Today’s Land Conservation Movement?


Dooryard

Living the Maine Life

Home

Martha Stewart’s Skylands

Recipe

Sorrel Soup

Garden

Go-To Planting Resources

Making It in Maine

Lunaform’s Garden Urns

Critters

Beetlemania: The Bug Invasion

Room With a View


Guide

What to Do in Maine This Month

Dining

Coda in Southwest Harbor

Reads

Under-the-Radar Maine Journals

Goods

Martha’s Favorite Maine Merch

Music

MFiddling with PSO Pops


On the cover: Martha Stewart at her Skylands home. By Pieter Estersohn
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Features

Garden Party

A group of green-thumbed friends gathers among lush vegetable beds for a laid-back meal at Elizabeth and Marty Lakeman’s cozy potting shed behind their Phippsburg home. By Sarah Stebbins

Mother Hen

With a popular blog and three books, Lisa Steele is spreading the gospel of backyard chicken-keeping. We pay a visit to her Dixmont hobby farm and meet her garrulous brood. By Virginia M. Wright

A Slice of Culture

The time for Maine cheese is now. Whether you prefer it sharp, funky, hard, soft, or even drenched in herbed olive oil, someone makes it just down the road. By Virginia M. Wright

Reaping What They Sow

As traditional fisheries stare down climate-induced disaster, aquaculture could be Maine’s next great industry. So why aren’t more fishermen seafarming? By Mary Pols


Departments

Where in Maine?

Connect

The Mail


North by East

Down East Dispatches

News You May Have Missed

Cabin Fever

Maine Camps Meet Reality TV

At the Helm

A Pioneering Boatyard GM

Talk of Maine

Who’s Leading Today’s Land Conservation Movement?


Dooryard

Home

Martha Stewart’s Skylands

Receipe

Sorrel Soup

Garden

Go-To Planting Resources

Making It in Maine

Lunaform’s Garden Urns

Critters

Beetlemania: The Bug Invasion

Room With a View


Guide

Dining

Coda in Southwest Harbor

Reads

Under-the-Radar Maine Journals

Goods

Martha’s Favorite Maine Merch

Music

Fiddling with PSO Pops

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Features


Garden Party


A group of green-thumbed friends gathers among lush vegetable beds for a laid-back meal at Elizabeth and Marty Lakeman’s cozy potting shed behind their Phippsburg home. By Sarah Stebbins



Mother Hen


With a popular blog and three books, Lisa Steele is spreading the gospel of backyard chicken-keeping. We pay a visit to her Dixmont hobby farm and meet her garrulous brood. By Virginia M. Wright



A Slice of Culture


The time for Maine cheese is now. Whether you prefer it sharp, funky, hard, soft, or even drenched in herbed olive oil, someone makes it just down the road. By Virginia M. Wright



Reaping What They Sow


As traditional fisheries stare down climate-induced disaster, aquaculture could be Maine’s next great industry. So why aren’t more fishermen seafarming? By Mary Pols






Departments


Where in Maine?



Connect



The Mail






North by East


Opinions, Advisories, and Musings from the Length and Breadth of Maine


Down East Dispatches


News You May Have Missed



Cabin Fever


Maine Camps Meet Reality TV



At the Helm


A Pioneering Boatyard GM



Talk of Maine


Who’s Leading Today’s Land Conservation Movement?






Dooryard


Living the Maine Life


Home


Martha Stewart’s Skylands



Recipe


Sorrel Soup



Garden


Go-To Planting Resources



Making It in Maine


Lunaform’s Garden Urns



Critters


Beetlemania: The Bug Invasion



Room With a View






Guide


What to Do in Maine This Month


Dining


Coda in Southwest Harbor



Reads


Under-the-Radar Maine Journals



Goods


Martha’s Favorite Maine Merch



Music


MFiddling with PSO Pops






On the cover: Martha Stewart at her Skylands home. By Pieter Estersohn
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