Vice President of the 2014 Acadian Congress, Don Levesque is an important guy who will always stay humble. He's a member of the Maine...Read more & watch the video
With a diverse landscape, Maine is a playground of outdoor activities. As an outdoor enthusiast, Bronwyn spends her waking hours...Read more & watch the video
Need a suggestion for something family friendly to do in Maine? Look no further than Jennifer Hazard. She’s the incredibly...Read more & watch the video
Herman and Monique Coombs and their two children live on Orr’s Island, living the exciting life of the lobster family. Herman is...Read more & watch the video
Having grown up in Union, Maine is in her blood. As a farmer who grows her own organic food, she is a huge supporter of the...Read more & watch the video
You can usually find Barry by means of longitude and latitude. For more than 20 years, he has been at the helm of the Schooner Mary...Read more & watch the video
Steve's specialty is facilitating memorable Maine experiences. As a registered guide, Steve can lead you anywhere anytime and make you...Read more & watch the video
As founder of the popular blog mainetoday.com/blog/fore-front-fashion, Laura actively seeks out Maine's distinct street style and...Read more & watch the video
Their fascination with food and cooking has helped them to become experts in traveling off the beaten path to find Maine’s many...Read more & watch the video
Kathy finds her true inspiration in the kitchens and gardens of Maine. This award-winning author and accomplished chef covers...Read more & watch the video
Barry Tripp typifies the Maine outdoor sports enthusiast. A longtime Mainer, he’s passionate about the diverse activities...Read more & watch the video
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It’s trendy. It’s tasty. It’s everywhere. But Maine’s farm-to-table movement actually had its humble beginnings among the fertile fields and farmhouse tables years ago as a lifestyle of necessity. These days, sustainable farming and culinary creativity come together in three delicious Maine courses. Farm-to-table. Sea-to-table. And land-to-bottle. It’s all right here for your dining pleasure in the Maine Thing Quarterly: Food Issue. And please, try not to read with your mouth open.
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