Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Two Maine groups are being paid to manage their forests for carbon dioxide reduction that will offset pollution by industry.
Scientists say the extreme weather will keep pests like ticks and moths in check and may reduce infestations.
A federal grant and private, local matching donations will be used to protect 86 acres of wetlands on Middle Bay.
Speakers at Monday’s hearing say increased carbon dioxide and acid are imperiling shellfish stocks and costing Maine jobs and millions of dollars.
When the temperature dips below zero and snow piles up over the lid of the trash barrel, do you know what to do?
The growth of the rockweed harvest for a variety of products brings proposals to manage the shoreline resource.
Nostalgic scenes donated by Marieluise Hutchinson grace Christmas cards for nonprofits.
Eight Northeast governors want cuts in Midwest emissions, but he is said to focus on 'mobile' pollution.
The state is asking residents to report sightings of the pest.
An overhaul aimed at updating standards alarms environmentalists.