Discoveries

Scientists like to use the word discover, as if they suddenly know something that has never been known, witnessed, thought … More

Northern White Cedar

Some things are so familiar, so common, that they are often overlooked. Such is the case with northern white cedar … More

A new age of barnacles

Do you know where you belong? How do you decide to “settle down” and make a home? For answers, consider … More

Wabanaki science in Acadia

The Wabanaki, People of the Dawn—the Maliseet, Micmac, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot—have lived in the Acadia region since time immemorial. Through … More

Island Forests

Maine island forests share many characteristics with the great North Woods that stretch across the northern tier of the continent. … More