NEW GLOUCESTER — The town of New Gloucester is restoring fish passage into cold water habitat in the Collyer Brook watershed, due to support from a partnership with state agencies and local nonprofit organizations.
By Hailee Morin
The sun is throwing a temper tantrum. On my way to today’s hike with the Royal River Conservation Trust’s Rain or Shine Club, large luscious raindrops splattered against my windshield. When my year-old daughter and I arrived, the sun peaked its head out from behind a cloud just long enough to make me rethink my long-sleeve shirt, pants, Smartwool socks, and rain jacket. Before I had time to ditch any of my extra layers of skin, it again meandered into obscurity.
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By Troy R. Bennett
You don’t need to go way up north to have a canoe or kayak adventure. There’s plenty of spots right around town where you can get out on the water before or after work. Remember: every place outside your house is the great outdoors. Enjoy it.
By Lauri Schreiber
The TD Beach to Beacon 10K, founded by Olympic Marathon Gold Medalist Joan Benoit Samuelson, a Cape Elizabeth native, is one of Larry Wold’s favorite days of the year.
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By Juliette Laaka
DURHAM – To honor her late husband and his abiding interest in land preservation, Diane Ackerman sold 50 acres — including a half-mile stretch of shoreline — on Runaround Pond to a local conservation trust.