Maine Environmental News Archive
Maine Environmental News Archive

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Future dim for Allagash lawsuit   (Bangor Daily News, 8/22/07)

Plum Creek hearings sought for Greenville   (Bangor Daily News, 8/20/07)

Goldfinches, cedar waxwings are late breeders   (Bangor Daily News, 8/20/07)

Saco to consider buying second wind turbine   (Portland Press Herald, 8/20/07)

Opponents Say Kibby Windmills Will Ruin Spectacular View   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/20/07)

Eat local, and change the world   (Portland Press Herald, 8/18/07)

Maine Farm Days gives agriculture a chance to shine in Clinton   (Bangor Daily News, 8/18/07)

Wood boiler debate heats up   (Bangor Daily News, 8/17/07)

Ruling: Pollution papers are open to all   (Portland Press Herald, 8/17/07)

Outdoor Wood Boilers Scrutinized at BEP Hearing   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/16/07)

Maine Farm Days begins tomorrow in Clinton   (Portland Press Herald, 8/16/07)

Incinerator's operator agrees to pay penalty   (Portland Press Herald, 8/16/07)

Town councilor's remarks anger Katahdin company   (Bangor Daily News, 8/16/07)

Editorial: New rules to reduce pollution from and complaints about outdoor wood boilers   (Bangor Daily News, 8/16/07)

Opinion: Status has helped Maine protect its land from being used as a low-level nuclear waste dump   (Bangor Daily News, 8/16/07)

Eight Thousand Acres Being Added to Baxter Park   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/15/07)

Potential energy savings have towns seeing green   (Portland Press Herald, 8/15/07)

Beach pollution fight heads inland   (Portland Press Herald, 8/15/07)

Professor to discuss saving of Maine's sea birds   (Portland Press Herald, 8/15/07)

Editorial: Backyard wood-fired boilers neat for owners, but not always for neighbors   (Portland Press Herald, 8/15/07)

Two major land deals may affect public access   (Bangor Daily News, 8/15/07)

DIF&W identifies 'big cat' fur sample as that of red fox   (Bangor Daily News, 8/15/07)

Opinion: Too much access isn't a good thing   (Kennebec Journal, 8/15/07)

Editorial: Proposal to put 38 wind turbines on Stetson Mountain in Washington County   (Bangor Daily News, 8/14/07)

Wood burners save money, but often anger neighbors   (Kennebec Journal, 8/12/07)

Local farmers' markets add color to summer   (Kennebec Journal, 8/12/07)

Opinion: Maine should stop burning and develop true alternate energy sources   (Portland Press Herald, 8/12/07)

Annual meeting of the China Lake Association   (Kennebec Journal, 8/11/07)

Baldacci honors two for forestry contributions   (Bangor Daily News, 8/11/07)

Terns’ delicate aerial ballet most captivating   (Bangor Daily News, 8/11/07)

Castine: High number of cancer cases raises alarms   (Bangor Daily News, 8/11/07)

Opinion: Merging Maine's forest past and forest future   (Bangor Daily News, 8/11/07)

DEP staff backs Sappi plan to burn wood waste for fuel   (Portland Press Herald, 8/9/07)

Groups to sue over habitat of Canada lynx   (Portland Press Herald, 8/9/07)

Plum Creek study: Taxes would outpace services   (Portland Press Herald, 8/9/07)

LURC forum targets wind farm noise   (Bangor Daily News, 8/9/07)

Household Chemicals Focus of Portland Conference   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/8/07)

Opinion: Governor's Task Force Regarding the Management of Public Lands and Publicly-held Easements   (Kennebec Journal, 8/8/07)

Concerns heard about wind farm   (Bangor Daily News, 8/8/07)

Editorial: A stronger LURC   (Bangor Daily News, 8/8/07)

Opinion: Have you had the chance to read about Plum Creek’s plans for Moosehead Lake?   (Bangor Daily News, 8/8/07)

Brooksville: EPA schedules informational meeting on Callahan mine site   (Bangor Daily News, 8/7/07)

Protecting environment linked to peace   (Bangor Daily News, 8/7/07)

Editorial: Restricting days at sea has failed to stop overfishing   (Bangor Daily News, 8/7/07)

Opinion: Maine farmers express why they wanted Bt corn   (Bangor Daily News, 8/7/07)

Commissioner admits improper LURC contact   (Bangor Daily News, 8/7/07)

Officials fear rescue scenario for Plum Creek   (Kennebec Journal, 8/7/07)

Editorial: Maine should be bankrolling research into cellulosic ethanol   (Portland Press Herald, 8/5/07)

Bacteria counts better at beaches   (Kennebec Journal, 8/4/07)

Editorial: Approval of Bt corn   (Kennebec Journal, 8/2/07)

Editorial: Critical habitat designation for Maine's lynx   (Kennebec Journal, 8/2/07)

Opinion: Tunas follow the food fish to Canada   (Portland Press Herald, 8/1/07)

Mars Hill wind farm attracts tourists   (Portland Press Herald, 8/1/07)

Scientists look for ocean intruders   (Portland Press Herald, 7/31/07)

Sheepscot Wellspring Land Alliance grants   (Kennebec Journal, 7/28/07)

Review of how quarries affect the Kennebec River   (Kennebec Journal, 7/28/07)

Kennebunkport Conservation Trust's volunteer island stewards   (Portland Press Herald, 7/30/07)

Borestone Mountain: For one day Audubon opens its private lodge to nature-loving public   (Bangor Daily News, 7/30/07)

Lynx habitat, populations under review   (Bangor Daily News, 7/30/07)

Moosehead region to hold subdivision hearing   (Bangor Daily News, 7/30/07)

Opinion: Milfoil proves much easier to acquire than control   (Portland Press Herald, 7/29/07)

Billboard ban: A law for sore eyes   (Portland Press Herald, 7/29/07)

Maine allows farms to grow modified corn   (Portland Press Herald, 7/28/07)

Home-grown energy generates hot neighbors and ill winds   (Portland Press Herald, 7/28/07)

Editorial: Verso decision should aim to get the Androscoggin up to Clean Water Act standards   (Portland Press Herald, 7/28/07)

Dead whale found off Petit Manan   (Bangor Daily News, 7/28/07)

LURC backs zoning change   (Bangor Daily News, 7/28/07)

Modified corn OK'd for Maine farmers   (Bangor Daily News, 7/28/07)

Plum Creek opponents change strategy   (Bangor Daily News, 7/28/07)

Maine To Allow Genetically Modified "BT" Corn   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/27/07)

Groups Challenge LURC Authority Over Plum Creek Plan   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/27/07)

Trying to keep nests of terns on the Maine coast safe from predators   (Kennebec Journal, 7/27/07)

Editorial: Lynx review   (Bangor Daily News, 7/27/07)

Editorial: Mercury in the water   (Bangor Daily News, 7/26/07)

Maine Fisheries and Wildlife officials await new invasion   (Kennebec Journal, 7/27/07)

Access to land owned by state still a hot issue   (Bangor Daily News, 7/26/07)

Baldacci names members to new Allagash panel   (Bangor Daily News, 7/25/07)

Passengers find Island Explorer system to be easy, environmentally friendly   (Bangor Daily News, 7/25/07)

Messalonskee group plans war on milfoil   (Kennebec Journal, 7/23/07)

Ruling on lynx protections mishandled, to be reviewed   (Portland Press Herald, 7/24/07)

Eat fish or avoid it? Scientists weigh in   (Portland Press Herald, 7/24/07)

Solar home or 'monstrosity'?   (Portland Press Herald, 7/24/07)

Editorial: Wind Power Picks Up   (Bangor Daily News, 7/24/07)

Land acquisition fund seeks voter OK to borrow additional $17M   (Associated Press, 7/23/07)

Tracking Thoreau, day by day   (Portland Press Herald, 7/23/07)

Popular conservation fund appealing for more money   (Portland Press Herald, 7/23/07)

Hundreds across state participate in count of loons   (Bangor Daily News, 7/23/07)

Greenville: DOT slates hearing on Plum Creek   (Bangor Daily News, 7/23/07)

Down East: LNG discussions wrap up   (Bangor Daily News, 7/23/07)

Dixmont Dairy farm fails to clean up act   (Bangor Daily News, 7/23/07)

Cell phones being used to call Maine owls   (Kennebec Journal, 7/23/07)

Annual loon count held in central Maine   (Kennebec Journal, 7/23/07)

Opinion: Why we didn't use the nasty stuff on Messalonskee Lake, Isn't poisoning a lake cheaper than building a new ramp?   (Kennebec Journal, 7/23/07)

Selected quotes from Thoreau's travels in Maine   (Associated Press, 7/22/07)

New map pays tribute to Thoreau's journeys in Maine's North Woods   (Associated Press, 7/22/07)

Editorial: Katahdin is a wonderful mountain, and Baxter State Park is a true gem   (Portland Press Herald, 7/22/07)

Opinion: Toxic chemicals inside us are a nightmare we can end   (Portland Press Herald, 7/22/07)

Opinion: Can promises be fulfilled for new power plant?   (Portland Press Herald, 7/22/07)

Horseshoe crabs spawn a mystery   (Portland Press Herald, 7/21/07)

Warblers consistent songsters   (Bangor Daily News, 7/21/07)

Decision on lynx sparks investigation   (Bangor Daily News, 7/21/07)

Fishing top issue at LNG hearing   (Bangor Daily News, 7/21/07)

Eco-paddler ends East Coast voyage   (Village Soup, 7/20/07)

Thoreau and Indian Guides to be Honored in Greenville   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/20/07)

Opinion: Biotech-enhanced crops can co-exist   (Portland Press Herald, 7/20/07)

Plan for power plant unveiled   (Portland Press Herald, 7/20/07)

New wind-energy plan builds support   (Portland Press Herald, 7/19/07)

Opponents lay out concerns about LNG plant proposal   (Bangor Daily News, 7/19/07)

Economy vs. environment focus of LNG forum testimony   (Bangor Daily News, 7/18/07)

Wind project garners support   (Bangor Daily News, 7/18/07)

Coastal Choices: Learning from Five Conservation Success Stories on Maine's Coast   (Maine Coast Heritage Trust, 7/18/07)

Volunteers aid health of China lakes   (Kennebec Journal, 7/18/07)

Audubon Society Backs Washington County Wind Farm Plan   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/17/07)

Editorial: Before Maine gets Bt corn, protect organic farmers' crops protection   (Portland Press Herald, 7/14/07)

Pesticide panel mulls Bt-modified corn   (Bangor Daily News, 7/14/07)

Gov. Baldacci, son and team scale Katahdin   (Bangor Daily News, 7/14/07)

Editorial: Money from Maine’s conservation license plates   (Bangor Daily News, 7/14/07)

Maine may finally let Bt corn be grown, sold   (Portland Press Herald, 7/13/07)

LURC members tour wind farm in Mars Hill to gain perspective   (Bangor Daily News, 7/13/07)

New Generation of Electric Cars Being Sold in Maine   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/12/07)

Editorial: Black Nubble wind project's undeniable merits   (Kennebec Journal, 7/12/07)

Global Warming could hurt Maine industries   (Portland Press Herald, 7/12/07)

Searsport: Panel aims to draw port, conservation boundaries   (Bangor Daily News, 7/12/07)

Hearing on new span over Allagash nixed   (Bangor Daily News, 7/12/07)

Deal to restore fish runs   (Portland Press Herald, 7/11/07)

Lobstermen worry deal will rush whale protections   (Portland Press Herald, 7/11/07)

Sappi Fine Paper agrees to remove a dam and build passageways   (Portland Press Herald, 7/11/07)

Editorial: Killing lots of deer no real strategy for tick control   (Portland Press Herald, 7/11/07)

Holden: Developer warns councilor in deer habitat tussle   (Bangor Daily News, 7/11/07)

Parties OK deadline in fishing gear suit   (Bangor Daily News, 7/11/07)

Recycling simplified with 'single-stream'   (Bangor Daily News, 7/11/07)

Acadia National Park: Falcon nesting sites fail   (Bangor Daily News, 7/11/07)

Opinion: Whose job is it to foster landowner-sportsman ties?   (Kennebec Journal, 7/11/07)

Owner Of Former Holtrachem Plant Seeks Appeal To U.S. Supreme Court   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/10/07)

Sappi, Regulators And Environmentalists Announce Agreement On Presumpscot Dam Removal   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/10/07)

New Federal Rules To Settle Lawsuit Over Whale Entanglements   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/10/07)

Black Nubble wind project supporters line up   (Kennebec Journal, 7/10/07)

Editorial: Restrict use of ATVs by children   (Kennebec Journal, 7/10/07)

Editorial: New boat launch on Messalonskee Lake   (Kennebec Journal, 7/10/07)

HoltraChem case could go before nation's highest court   (Bangor Daily News, 7/10/07)

Forest owners under pressure to sell off land   (Portland Press Herald, 7/9/07)

Residents organize to oppose mining plan   (Portland Press Herald, 7/9/07)

Whippoorwills have declined by as much as half in the last four decades   (Bangor Daily News, 7/9/07)

Experts back deer hunts to fight disease   (Bangor Daily News, 7/9/07)

Mainers take part in Live Earth event   (Kennebec Journal, 7/8/07)

Messages accompany music on Live Earth day   (Portland Press Herald, 7/8/07)

Live Earth concerts taking heat amid hype   (Portland Press Herald, 7/8/07)

Editorial: Climate change test   (Bangor Daily News, 7/7/07)

Trail festival to celebrate Thoreau's 1857 trek   (Bangor Daily News, 7/7/07)

BEP faces tough issues, prepares for LNG hearings   (Bangor Daily News, 7/7/07)

Live Earth showings set for Maine, world   (Portland Press Herald, 7/5/07)

State biologists probe sighting of mountain lion   (Bangor Daily News, 7/5/07)

Local Vegetable Growers Seeking the Attention of Whole Foods Store   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/4/07)

Government holds up new fuel sources   (Portland Press Herald, 7/4/07)

Editorial: Canada lynx litters decline, but nobody really knows why   (Portland Press Herald, 7/4/07)

Public invited to Open Farm Day   (Kennebec Journal, 7/2/07)

Editorial: Wood ethanol shows that Maine can play   (Portland Press Herald, 7/2/07)

Energy measure has state worried   (Bangor Daily News, 7/2/07)

Feds to support state conservation effort   (Bangor Daily News, 7/2/07)

Opinion: Chemical testing results startling   (Bangor Daily News, 7/2/07)

Eider ducklings face uncertain future   (Bangor Daily News, 7/2/07)

Opinion: I have created a wildlife habitat in my backyard   (Kennebec Journal, 6/30/07)

Fall Atlantic salmon season approved   (Portland Press Herald, 6/30/07)

Already, '07 a year of bad air days   (Portland Press Herald, 6/30/07)

Farm vacations bring quiet thrill   (Portland Press Herald, 6/29/07)

Rainforest Alliance Awards First SmartLogging Certification to Maine Master Logger Certification Program   (Rainforest Alliance, 6/29/07)

Fort Halifax Dam deal rejected   (Kennebec Journal, 6/29/07)

Is it a mountain lion?   (Kennebec Journal, 6/29/07)

Governor names members of wind power task force   (Portland Press Herald, 6/29/07)

Bar Harbor: July 4 events to go green   (Bangor Daily News, 6/29/07)

State's bald eagles still protected by laws despite federal delisting   (Bangor Daily News, 6/29/07)

Maine salmon commission approves fall fishing season - but with a catch   (Bangor Daily News, 6/29/07)

All sides hail compromise on shorebird habitat bill   (Bangor Daily News, 6/28/07)

Saco has financial deal with MERC   (Portland Press Herald, 6/28/07)

It's ATVs vs. landowners over access   (Portland Press Herald, 6/25/07)

Editorial: Plum Creek proposal inspires wider debate   (Portland Press Herald, 6/25/07)

Opinion: American Indians have shown the way in respecting earth   (Portland Press Herald, 6/25/07)

Opinion: The true cost of losing the meadowlark's song   (Kennebec Journal, 6/24/07)

Bear attacks on humans in Maine rare, but possible   (Bangor Daily News, 6/23/07)

Black-crowned night herons easy to identify   (Bangor Daily News, 6/23/07)

Editorial: Localized rules as a way to increase fish populations   (Bangor Daily News, 6/23/07)

Bill enacted to alter water extraction rules   (Bangor Daily News, 6/23/07)

Wood chips prove ethanol grows on trees   (Portland Press Herald, 6/22/07)

Kids' column on climate now national must-read   (Portland Press Herald, 6/22/07)

Groups ramp up dissent against Moosehead plan   (Bangor Daily News, 6/19/07)

Maine takes aim at global warming   (Bangor Daily News, 6/19/07)

Editorial: There is no excuse for not switching to the curly bulbs   (Bangor Daily News, 6/19/07)

Opinion: Maine’s system of fish and wildlife management is broken   (Bangor Daily News, 6/18/07)

Editorial: Time to get wind power moving   (Kennebec Journal, 6/18/07)

School experiences helped map environmental activist's path   (Portland Press Herald, 6/17/07)

Maine beginning an effort to try to curb 'flushed' prescriptions   (Kennebec Journal, 6/16/07)

Despite appeal of wind energy, projects have foes   (Bangor Daily News, 6/16/07)

Opinion: Unplugging the myths of our energy future   (Bangor Daily News, 6/16/07)

Anglers hoping for the revival of a traditional spring Atlantic salmon season   (Bangor Daily News, 6/16/07)

State launches recycling plan for CFLs   (Bangor Daily News, 6/15/07)

Editorial: Chemical trespass in our bodies   (Kennebec Journal, 6/14/07)

Group of fourth-graders in Portland creates a list of priorities to stop global warming   (Portland Press Herald, 6/14/07)

Preserve keeps Buxton property intact   (Portland Press Herald, 6/14/07)

Experts: Climate change is affecting Maine's ecosystem   (Bangor Daily News, 6/14/07)

Popular Energy-Saving Bulbs Pose Disposal Problem   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 6/13/07)

Kennebec River bill wins Senate approval   (Kennebec Journal, 6/13/07)

Environmental bond wins   (Bangor Daily News, 6/13/07)

A new study of chemical pollution in Maine people   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 6/12/07)

New study finds that Maine people are polluted with dozens of hazardous chemicals found in the products used every day   (Alliance for a Clean and Healthy Maine, 6/12/07)

Study shows everyday items expose all of us to pollutants   (Kennebec Journal, 6/12/07)

Study finds 36 toxic chemicals in bodies of Mainers tested   (Portland Press Herald, 6/12/07)

Tests on 13 Mainers find industrial chemicals   (Bangor Daily News, 6/12/07)

Meetings to focus on salmon seasons   (Bangor Daily News, 6/12/07)

Toxins found in systems of 13 Mainers   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 6/12/07)

Environmental Regulators to Take Close Look at Toxic Pesticides   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 6/11/07)

Law seeks more protection for striped bass   (Bangor Daily News, 6/11/07)

Newport: Farmers markets busy, branching out   (Bangor Daily News, 6/11/07)

Editorial: LURC unanimously approved the rezoning of 244 acres for a $65 million resort   (Bangor Daily News, 6/11/07)

Editorial: A Better Energy Bill   (Bangor Daily News, 6/11/07)

Opinion: Energy security depends on LNG terminals   (Portland Press Herald, 6/5/07)

LURC prepares to tackle full slate of projects   (Bangor Daily News, 6/8/07)

LURC to weigh scaled-down wind farm project   (Bangor Daily News, 6/7/07)

Environmental groups support one wind power project   (Bangor Daily News, 6/7/07)

Opinion: Climate Change Calls for Leadership on Wind Power   (Bangor Daily News, 6/6/07)

Global warming already affecting New England   (Portland Press Herald, 6/5/07)

On N.H. mountaintop, dire warnings on global warming   (Associated Press, 6/5/07)

Petitioners seek end to December partridge hunting statewide   (Bangor Daily News, 6/5/07)

U.S. salmon plan earns perfect score   (Bangor Daily News, 6/5/07)

Wild Atlantic Salmon Focus of 16 Nation Review   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 6/4/07)

Mount Katahdin: Volunteers aid trail cleanup at Baxter State Park   (Bangor Daily News, 6/4/07)

Editorial: Wind compromise   (Bangor Daily News, 6/4/07)

Cleanup slated for along the Kennebec   (Kennebec Journal, 6/4/07)

LURC staff endorses resort's rezoning plan   (Bangor Daily News, 6/2/07)

EPA deal OKs mill for pulp process   (Bangor Daily News, 6/2/07)

Editorial: Localized fish management   (Bangor Daily News, 5/29/07)

Conservationists select Drouin   (Kennebec Journal, 5/29/07)

Editorial: Alewives will give you a run for your money   (Kennebec Journal, 5/30/07)

Opinion: Garbage and pesticides as economic development   (Bangor Daily News, 5/28/07)

Rachel Carson's legacy endures   (Portland Press Herald, 5/27/07)

Carson refuge nestles quietly near growth   (Portland Press Herald, 5/27/07)

Opinion: Fisheries will recover, but Maine has lost its place at sea   (Portland Press Herald, 5/27/07)

For Some Investors, Money Grows on Trees   (New York Times, 5/27/07)

Car dealer to industry: Come clean   (Portland Press Herald, 5/25/07)

Quoddy Bay LNG meeting draws foes   (Bangor Daily News, 5/25/07)

Editorial: Maine right to support California push for clean air   (Portland Press Herald, 5/24/07)

Wardens say leave wildlife in the wild   (Bangor Daily News, 5/24/07)

Bear trap bill rejected by House 82-60   (Bangor Daily News, 5/24/07)

Opinion: Maine Mountain Power’s recently revised wind-energy plan   (The Phoenix, 5/23/07)

Eastport outlines LNG site concerns   (Bangor Daily News, 5/23/07)

2006 Land Heritage Award Presented to Tin Smith   (Maine Coast Heritage Trust, 5/23/07)

Maine joins call for EPA to let states cut emissions   (Portland Press Herald, 5/22/07)

Editorial: President made it clear he will do nothing to require cars to use less gasoline   (Bangor Daily News, 5/21/07)

Exploration of tidal power moves forward   (Portland Press Herald, 5/21/07)

Shutdown of New England's largest seal rescue and rehabilitation organization   (Portland Press Herald, 5/21/07)

Editorial: River restoration bill would entail many costs   (Portland Press Herald, 5/21/07)

'Good bugs' control pests at Madison tomato greenhouse -- without chemicals   (Kennebec Journal, 5/21/07)

Opinion: Another bear-hunting referendum will surely trap one thing -- money   (Portland Press Herald, 5/20/07)

Freedom wind project returns   (Kennebec Journal, 5/20/07)

Spring storms take toll on Maine's bald eaglets   (Bangor Daily News, 5/19/07)

State's role looms large in monitoring waste flow   (Bangor Daily News, 5/19/07)

Measure to ban deca advances in Augusta   (Bangor Daily News, 5/18/07)

Bear-trapping foes continue after 11-1 vote against measure   (Bangor Daily News, 5/18/07)

C.N. Brown, based in South Paris, fined $175,500 by EPA   (Kennebec Journal, 5/18/07)

Power to pedalers: Save gas, save climate, save health   (Portland Press Herald, 5/18/07)

15 seals released back into the sea   (Portland Press Herald, 5/18/07)

Lobstermen Win Skirmish In Whale-Gear War   (Ellsworth American, 5/17/07)

Editorial: Compromise to lower dangerous pollution from outdoor wood boilers   (Bangor Daily News, 5/17/07)

Opinion: Bill requires dam owners to provide safe and effective passage for all twelve species of diadromous fish   (Bangor Daily News, 5/17/07)

LL Bean changes paper supplier   (Portland Press Herald, 5/16/07)

EPA awards five grants to help revitalize brownfields in Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 5/16/07)

Opinion: Free our fish to move freely up and down rivers   (Portland Press Herald, 5/16/07)

Fishery group seeks localized oversight plan   (Bangor Daily News, 5/16/07)

Freedom might nix ordinance that stopped wind farm   (Kennebec Journal, 5/15/07)

Landfill breaks ground on gas-to-energy project   (Bangor Daily News, 5/15/07)

1,500 Scientists Worldwide Call for Protection of Canada's Boreal Forest   (Boreal Songbird Initiative, 5/14/07)

Editorial: Weaning the U.S. off foreign oil Higher fuel efficiency is first step   (Kennebec Journal, 5/14/07)

Opinion: Greenhouse gas legislation fits Maine's conservation ethic   (Kennebec Journal, 5/14/07)

'Green' power lights state buildings   (Portland Press Herald, 5/14/07)

Sustainability and respect for the environment were the themes during commencement ceremonies for at Unity College   (Portland Press Herald, 5/13/07)

Maine Public Utilities Commission campaign calls for 10,000 carbon-free homes   (Portland Press Herald, 5/13/07)

Reviving Scarborough property as an organic produce and livestock farm   (Portland Press Herald, 5/14/07)

Visitors flock to festival highlighting MDI's birds   (Bangor Daily News, 5/12/07)

Panel rejects ban on bear traps 11-1   (Kennebec Journal, 5/11/07)

Editorial: Bear trapping should be relegated to history   (Portland Press Herald, 5/11/07)

Groups divided over wind power project   (Kennebec Journal, 5/10/07)

Found a baby animal? Let it be   (Portland Press Herald, 5/10/07)

Opinion: Keep environment in mind when preparing for summer   (Portland Press Herald, 5/10/07)

Redington Project Scaled Back in Effort to Draw Support   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 5/9/07)

Bear-trap debate is aired   (Kennebec Journal, 5/9/07)

Proposed bear-trapping ban stirs great debate   (Portland Press Herald, 5/9/07)

Opinion: Look before we leap on carbon taxes   (Portland Press Herald, 5/9/07)

Opinion: Look before we leap on carbon taxes   (Portland Press Herald, 5/9/07)

Bear-trapping debate gets heated at hearing on bill   (Bangor Daily News, 5/8/07)

Augusta to help Togus Pond group seek grant   (Kennebec Journal, 5/8/07)

DIFW set to create task force on deer   (Bangor Daily News, 5/8/07)

Editorial: The cost of including hunting access to preserve the land around Katahdin Lake   (Bangor Daily News, 5/8/07)

Fish could soon be back in Cape E brook again   (Portland Press Herald, 5/7/07)

Hybrids are still a rarity -- only 0.29 percent of vehicles on the road   (Kennebec Journal, 5/8/07)

Hybrids are still a rarity -- only 0.29 percent of vehicles on the road   (Kennebec Journal, 5/5/07)

New steps in Annabessacook oil probe   (Portland Press Herald, 5/5/07)

Test your air-quality awareness, celebrate clean air   (Portland Press Herald, 5/3/07)

Biddeford OKs five-year contract with trash plant   (Portland Press Herald, 5/3/07)

Opinion: Ban chemicals found in baby bottles, toys   (Portland Press Herald, 5/3/07)

Developer proposes smaller wind farm near Sugarloaf   (Bangor Daily News, 5/3/07)

Wind turbine noise raises concern   (Bangor Daily News, 5/3/07)

Legislature to Consider Risk of Chemicals in Baby Bottles and Toys   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 5/2/07)

Decline of honeybees threatens spring crops   (Kennebec Journal, 5/2/07)

Katahdin Lake deal in jeopardy   (Portland Press Herald, 5/1/07)

8,000-acre land deal in trouble   (Bangor Daily News, 5/1/07)

Shorebird habitat deal brokered   (Bangor Daily News, 5/1/07)

Editorial: Papering over pollution   (Bangor Daily News, 5/1/07)

Decline of honeybees threatens spring crops   (Kennebec Journal, 5/1/07)

Lawmakers Attempt to Clarify Wind Power Permitting Regulations   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 4/30/07)

Androscoggin Cleanup Still a Major Environmental Issue   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 4/30/07)

Opponents of bear trapping take message to YouTube   (Kennebec Journal, 4/30/07)

Dixfield presentation on global warming   (Kennebec Journal, 4/30/07)

Managing Katahdin Lake next for park   (Bangor Daily News, 4/30/07)

Webcam eagles rekindle hopes   (Bangor Daily News, 4/30/07)

Washington County: LURC approves wind farm application   (Bangor Daily News, 4/30/07)

Editorial: Government reports about the cost of climate change   (Bangor Daily News, 4/30/07)

Pingree has body tested for 67 chemicals found in everyday items   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 4/29/07)

Sherman Lake's death gives life to marsh - again   (Portland Press Herald, 4/29/07)

Ogunquit envisions lure of being 'green town'   (Portland Press Herald, 4/29/07)

Methane captured from a Hampden landfill will be used to generate electricity   (Portland Press Herald, 4/29/07)

Climate debate stays on high heat   (Portland Press Herald, 4/29/07)

Opinion: Rules protect important wading bird and waterfowl habitat, vernal pools that are breeding habitat for small amphibians   (Portland Press Herald, 4/29/07)

Opinion: Dispute over land use hard on the beavers   (Portland Press Herald, 4/29/07)

Revised Plum Creek plan saves shoreland   (Kennebec Journal, 4/28/07)

More Mainers becoming 'locavores'   (Kennebec Journal, 4/28/07)

Dye put in Piscataqua as part of pollution study   (Portland Press Herald, 4/28/07)

Informed Growth Bill both praised, attacked   (Portland Press Herald, 4/28/07)

Critics not swayed by new Plum Creek plan   (Portland Press Herald, 4/28/07)

Plum Creek revises Moosehead plan   (Bangor Daily News, 4/28/07)

Nest boxes easy to set up for bluebirds   (Bangor Daily News, 4/28/07)

Puffin population attracts flocks of enthusiastic fans   (Bangor Daily News, 4/28/07)

Marketers take note: It's a green consumer audience and it's getting greener every week   (Portland Press Herald, 4/28/07)

Plum Creek Unveils Third Version of Development Plans   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 4/27/07)

Grant to help inspections for milfoil   (Kennebec Journal, 4/27/07)

Editorial: Bill to protect organic farmers reaches too far   (Portland Press Herald, 4/27/07)

Opinion: Responding to risks of climate change, By Sen. Susan Collins   (Portland Press Herald, 4/27/07)

UM speakers discuss impact of climate change on fisheries   (Bangor Daily News, 4/27/07)

Legislators hear wood boiler comments   (Bangor Daily News, 4/27/07)

Legislative committee backs ban on deca   (Bangor Daily News, 4/26/07)

Editorial: Good idea: Ganging up on climate change   (Portland Press Herald, 4/26/07)

DEP cites developers of Augusta Crossing   (Kennebec Journal, 4/25/07)

Oil fouls Annabessacook   (Kennebec Journal, 4/25/07)

Lawmakers urged to pass pollution cuts   (Portland Press Herald, 4/25/07)

Experts: BNAS reuse not doomed by pollution   (Portland Press Herald, 4/25/07)

LNG protesters greet FERC officials seals   (Bangor Daily News, 4/25/07)

Liability over gene-altered crops debated   (Bangor Daily News, 4/25/07)

Farmers take sides in organic-modified battle   (Kennebec Journal, 4/24/07)

Clean-energy advocate peddles awareness   (Kennebec Journal, 4/24/07)

Editorial: Policing gravel pits   (Kennebec Journal, 4/24/07)

Experts find traces of deca in seals   (Bangor Daily News, 4/23/07)

Hundreds join at COA to mark Earth Day   (Bangor Daily News, 4/23/07)

Opinion: Will proposed law mean farmer fratricide?   (Kennebec Journal, 4/22/07)

Opinion: Dylan's got the answers about genetic engineering   (Kennebec Journal, 4/22/07)

2 eagle chicks on webcam fail to survive nor'easter   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/07)

Snow, cold have negatively impacted birds   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/07)

Quoddy Bay LNG inks deal with tribe   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/07)

Want to save a planet? Waste not   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/07)

Don't just get clean - get green   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/07)

Editorial: A walk-behind mower emits as much pollution per hour as 11 cars   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/07)

Spring cleanup at the Scarborough Marsh   (Portland Press Herald, 4/22/07)

Volunteers take to streets to warn of lead paint risk   (Portland Press Herald, 4/21/07)

Earth Day celebrations scheduled   (Portland Press Herald, 4/21/07)

Bar Harbor college goes all out for Earth Day   (Bangor Daily News, 4/20/07)

Houlton to be site of major DEP cleanup   (Bangor Daily News, 4/20/07)

Opinion: Brominated flame retardants, or PBDEs, have been a cash cow for the bromine chemical industry for several decades   (Bangor Daily News, 4/20/07)

Ad blitz targets proposed flame-retardants ban   (Portland Press Herald, 4/19/07)

GAO warns of cost tied to changes in climate   (Portland Press Herald, 4/19/07)

Biddeford tables final vote on MERC contract   (Portland Press Herald, 4/19/07)

'Carbon calculator' shows your pollution   (Portland Press Herald, 4/19/07)

Popularity of Allagash documentary could spur use of wilderness waterway   (Bangor Daily News, 4/18/07)

Towns near landfills targeted   (Bangor Daily News, 4/18/07)

Approval of LNG deal confirmed by recount   (Bangor Daily News, 4/18/07)

3 farmers' markets set to operate in Augusta   (Kennebec Journal, 4/17/07)

Eeditorial: Whale rules entangled in suit   (Portland Press Herald, 4/17/07)

Editorial: Maine's attractive 'brand,' as Brookings noted, is put at risk by unplanned development   (Portland Press Herald, 4/16/07)

Editorial: Snow in April is no disproof of climate change   (Portland Press Herald, 4/16/07)

Mainers get in 'step' with climate rally   (Bangor Daily News, 4/16/07)

Opinion: Private property rights vs. saving pristine habitats   (Bangor Daily News, 4/16/07)

Climate rallies join national push   (Portland Press Herald, 4/15/07)

Migrating sandhill cranes an impressive sight   (Bangor Daily News, 4/14/07)

Opinion: Make a commitment to good environmental choices   (Bangor Daily News, 4/14/07)

Editorial: New climate, new policies   (Bangor Daily News, 4/14/07)

Editorial: Bear trapping proposal is not about science   (Portland Press Herald, 4/16/07)

Editorial: Greener' Investing   (Bangor Daily News, 4/13/07)

Editorial: Clean Air Act Foul   (Bangor Daily News, 4/13/07)

Ban On Trash-To-Energy Bill Considered In Augusta   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 4/13/07)

Editorial: Maine's dairy farms are an essential part of our rural landscape   (Kennebec Journal, 4/12/07)

Lobstermen fear whale rules   (Portland Press Herald, 4/12/07)

Foes of MERC contract force special meeting   (Portland Press Herald, 4/12/07)

In Hampden, gas from waste set to become 'green power'   (Portland Press Herald, 4/12/07)

Baby eagle spotted in Maine nest after all   (Bangor Daily News, (4/12/07)

Emissions reduction plan unveiled   (Bangor Daily News, 4/12/07)

Group asks BEP to deny Downeast LNG's application   (Bangor Daily News, 4/12/07)

Opinion: Efforts to control warming may backfire   (Bangor Daily News, 4/12/07)

Opinion: Warming requires action now   (Bangor Daily News, 4/12/07)

Governor's plan would require polluters to pay   (Portland Press Herald, 4/11/07)

Editorial: Questions about Deca should lead to a ban   (Portland Press Herald, 4/11/07)

Heated debate punctuates hearing on shorebird zones   (Bangor Daily News, 4/11/07)

Webcam eagles hatching attempt comes up empty   (Bangor Daily News, 4/11/07)

Hampden landfill to harvest gas power   (Bangor Daily News, 4/11/07)

Center to target salmon research   (Bangor Daily News, 4/11/07)

Opinion: Activities as part of a national initiative to reduce carbon emissions   (Bangor Daily News, 4/11/07)

Proposed expansion at Saddleback Mountain   (Kennebec Journal, 4/11/07)

Opinion: Maine has done a poor job of protecting and managing its native brook trout   (Kennebec Journal, 4/11/07)

Shorebird Habitat Debated at Statehouse   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 4/10/07)

Industry ad ignites deca bill backers   (Bangor Daily News, 4/10/07)

DEP enforcement in '06 brings in $1.3M   (Bangor Daily News, 4/10/07)

Report: Old Town landfill ash OK   (Bangor Daily News, 4/10/07)

Opinion: U.S. needs national policy on global warming now   (Bangor Daily News, 4/10/07)

Shorebird law stirs coastal anger   (Bangor Daily News, 4/9/07)

A spruce forest's secrets revealed   (Bangor Daily News, 4/9/07)

Editorial: No need to hype climate change report   (Portland Press Herald, 4/9/07)

Honeybee die-off hits Maine growers   (Portland Press Herald, 4/8/07)

Opinion: Fresh breeze blows from Supreme Court   (Portland Press Herald, 4/8/07)

Opinion: Lawmakers should leave LURC alone - it's doing fine as it is   (Portland Press Herald, 4/8/07)

The lure and lore of Katahdin through time   (Portland Press Herald, 4/8/07)

Editorial: If offshore aquaculture is to become widespread, it can't be at the expense of forage fish   (Portland Press Herald, 4/7/07)

Dover-Foxcroft couple wants to donate 115 acres as forestry class-room   (Bangor Daily News, 4/7/07)

Bill to ban fire retardant debated by lawmakers   (Bangor Daily News, 4/6/07)

Dixmont Farm, EPA reach accord   (Bangor Daily News, 4/6/07)

BEP upholds Red Shield boiler permits   (Bangor Daily News, 4/6/07)

Editorial: Develop a comprehensive list of preserved lands across the state   (Bangor Daily News, 4/6/07)

Opinion: Bills would undermine Land Use Regulation Commission’s ability to balance development and conservation   (Bangor Daily News, 4/6/07)

Bill To Ban Flame Retardant Draws Chemical Industry Opposition   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 4/5/07)

$45 million refinery project that would turn forest products into clean-burning oil is on hold   (Bangor Daily News, 4/5/07)

Two Superfund-site buildings to be stripped, donated for Winthrop's use   (Kennebec Journal, 4/5/07)

Phosphorus called key to Manchester modular-home lot OK   (Kennebec Journal, 4/5/07)

Editorial: Time for Congress to address global warming   (Kennebec Journal, 4/5/07)

Editorial: Climate Debate's New Phase   (Bangor Daily News, 4/4/07)

Editorial: Bond package is bipartisan achievement   (Kennebec Journal, 4/4/07)

Arctic charr joins brook trout as Maine Heritage Fish   (Associated Press, 4/4/07)

Justices side with Maine in two air pollution cases   (Portland Press Herald, 4/3/07)

Opinion: LURC can't ignore landowners' rights   (Portland Press Herald, 4/3/07)

Rock goes GREEN   (Portland Press Herald, 4/3/07)

Environmentalists in Maine are applauding two rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court that bolster the federal clean air initiative   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 4/2/07)

Wind Turbine Planned for State Capitol   (Kennebec Journal, 4/1/07)

Editorial: No need to muck up compost permit authority   (Portland Press Herald, 4/2/07)

Agreement is reached on $295 million bond package   (Portland Press Herald, 4/2/07)

Gulf of Maine at center of new fish-farm debate   (Portland Press Herald, 4/2/07)

Poland Spring pays millions to take water from the ground in Fryeburg, but where does the money go?   (Portland Press Herald, 4/2/07)

Editorial: Allagash Advisory Council   (Bangor Daily News, 3/31/07)

Owl monitoring program survey a real hoot   (Bangor Daily News, 3/31/07)

Officials asked to help improve recycling at Hatch Hill Solid Waste Disposal Facility   (Kennebec Journal, 3/29/07)

Compost fight muddies water   (Portland Press Herald, 3/29/07)

Old Town: Town looking at ecotourism options on river   (Colby College, 3/29/07)

Lawmakers to Address Need for Water Withdrawal Rules   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 3/28/07)

Celebrating Rachel Carson and the Natural World: Friday and Saturday, May 4th and 5th, 2007 at Colby College   (Colby College, 3/28/07)

$75M sought for LMF program   (Bangor Daily News, 3/28/07)

Acadia National Park: Nesting falcons prompt more trail closures   (Bangor Daily News, 3/28/07)

Camden students grow own lunch   (Portland Press Herald, 3/28/07)

Study of water testing program urged   (Portland Press Herald, 3/28/07)

Residents challenged to fight warming   (Portland Press Herald, 3/28/07)

Report: Catch-share programs hold key   (Portland Press Herald, 3/28/07)

Storage tank deal approved in Perry   (Portland Press Herald, 3/28/07)

Editorial: Growth caps push sprawl down the road   (Portland Press Herald, 3/27/07)

Answers to Questions About Liquefied Natural Gas   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 3/26/07)

Support Land for Maine's Future: Attend the Hearing Tuesday or Email Lawmakers Today   (Maine ECO, 3/26/07)

Editorial: State should ban flame retardant   (Kennebec Journal, 3/26/07)

Opinion: State's future shaped by today's investments   (Kennebec Journal, 3/26/07)

Opinion: We can have electricity and eels  (Brunswick Times Record, 3/25/07)

Farm-raised fish from a frightening perspective   (Portland Press Herald, 3/25/07)

Opinion: Region has become a world leader in fisheries regulation   (Portland Press Herald, 3/25/07)

Opinion: Maine has lots of room ­ and reasons ­ for land and research bonds   (Portland Press Herald, 3/25/07)

Editorial: Scuttle 'days at sea' before it sinks the industry   (Portland Press Herald, 3/24/07)

Judge in emissions suit rejects companies' push for secrecy   (Associated Press, 3/24/07)

Maine a model of e-waste disposal   (Portland Press Herald, 3/25/07)

Opinion: Designing the Eco-tecture of community  (Brunswick Times Record, 3/24/07)

Energy gurus tout BNAS 'Eco-plex'  (Brunswick Times Record, 3/23/07)

Toxic Industrial Emissions Up in Maine   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 3/23/07)

Editorial: Eels vs. dams  (Brunswick Times Record, 3/25/07)

Editorial: Expand efforts to fight milfoil   (Kennebec Journal, 3/22/07)

Wildlife officials may turn to zoning laws to protect whitetails' winter habitat   (Bangor Daily News, 3/21/07)

New research: Peregrine falcons show highest toxic "Deca" levels ever reported   (NRCM, 3/21/07)

Maine to receive $4.2M to protect forests   (Bangor Daily News, 3/21/07)

Opinion: Now is not the time to cut LURC off at the knees   (Portland Press Herald, 3/21/07)

Land management practices in keeping with organic practices on all town-owned property  (Brunswick Times Record, 3/20/07)

Editorial: Making the milfoil program more efficient is a clear winner   (Portland Press Herald, 3/20/07)

Maine Audubon Society conducting the Maine Owl Monitoring Program   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 3/19/07)

Editorial: Legislation to create a mercury monitoring system   (Bangor Daily News, 3/19/07)

Milfoil fighters forced to look for other funds   (Portland Press Herald, 3/19/07)

Award-winning potato resists destructive bugs   (Portland Press Herald, 3/19/07)

Can Maine's industry survive as ground stocks decline and regulations rise?   (Portland Press Herald, 3/19/07)

Debate over bait-fish restrictions keys on issue of invasive species   (Portland Press Herald, 3/19/07)

Opinion: Making the switch to organic foods benefits consumers   (Portland Press Herald, 3/19/07)

Editorial: Eastern cougar haunts land of myth ­ and maybe Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 3/18/07)

Maine at a crosswind   (Portland Press Herald, 3/17/07)

Editorial: Fickle winds blowing in Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 3/18/07)

Special disposal and handling requirements that come with CFLs   (Bangor Daily News, 3/17/07)

Snowy owl, a winter visitor, still being spotted   (Bangor Daily News, 3/17/07)

Opinion: Brunswick's new elementary school will incorporate efficiency and sustainability  (Brunswick Times Record, 3/16/07)

Editorial: Buying Maine food -- not just potatoes   (Kennebec Journal, 3/15/07)

Activists push dam owners to protect fish   (Kennebec Journal, 3/16/07)

"Get Real, Get Maine" campaign promoted at the Wal-Mart Supercenter at Waterville   (Kennebec Journal, 3/16/07)

EPA declares Winthrop site free of chemicals   (Kennebec Journal, 3/15/07)

Winthrop woman proud of anti-pollution efforts   (Kennebec Journal, 3/15/07)

Wind farm would be N.E.'s largest   (Bangor Daily News, 3/14/07)

Brits share advice on greenhouse gas   (Bangor Daily News, 3/14/07)

Freedom awaits next options on wind farm   (Kennebec Journal, 3/14/07)

Opinion: Conservation groups are lobbying for $75 million for the Land for Maine's Future program   (Kennebec Journal, 3/14/07)

Maine Energy trash bid is lowest Biddeford gets   (Portland Press Herald, 3/14/07)

British say reducing emissions aids growth   (Portland Press Herald, 3/14/07)

British MPs View Maine's Climate Change Policy   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 3/13/07)

Are they here? Cougar's existence studied   (Portland Press Herald, 3/13/07)

L.L. Bean envisions 'green retreat' in town   (Portland Press Herald, 3/13/07)

Developer open to scaling back Kennebunk plan   (Portland Press Herald, 3/13/07)

Sears Island panel to resume efforts as factions squabble over future use   (Bangor Daily News, 3/13/07)

Sears Island panel to resume efforts as factions squabble over future use   (Bangor Daily News, 3/13/07)

Canada stands firm against LNG tankers   (Bangor Daily News, 3/13/07)

Wilderness areas grow at faster pace   (Portland Press Herald, 3/12/07)

Senators: Canada can't block LNG ships' path   (Portland Press Herald, 3/12/07)

Allagash documentary debuts in the capital city   (Kennebec Journal, 3/12/07)

Editorial: Fulfilling Maine's promise to stem climate change   (Kennebec Journal, 3/11/07)

Wind farm rejected in Freedom   (Kennebec Journal, 3/10/07)

Canadian position on LNG rejected   (Bangor Daily News, 3/10/07)

Red Shield ash samples test positive for toxic lead levels   (Bangor Daily News, 3/10/07)

Windpower Project Denied in Town of Freedom   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 3/9/07)

Panel wants to preserve 1,047 acres at BNAS site   (Portland Press Herald, 3/9/07)

Regulators: LNG reviews still on   (Portland Press Herald, 3/9/07)

Restricting phosphorus is clearly good for lakes   (Portland Press Herald, 3/9/07)

Anglers upset by commission's salmon ruling   (Bangor Daily News, 3/9/07)

Climate change has 'losers,' but ocean also has 'winners'   (Portland Press Herald, 3/8/07)

Do green lawns make green water?   (Portland Press Herald, 3/8/07)

Editorial: Bills to lift the state’s ban on Sunday hunting have failed   (Bangor Daily News, 3/8/07)

Opinion: Debates on fisheries issues need more reason, less emotion   (Bangor Daily News, 3/8/07)

Feds to move ahead on LNG projects despite Canadian opposition   (Associated Press, 2/24/07)

Opinion: Will Katahdin Lake fight lead to peace elsewhere?   (Kennebec Journal, 3/7/07)

Residents call on city to regulate trash plant odors   (Portland Press Herald, 3/7/07)

Egg opens season two of eagle nature show   (Portland Press Herald, 3/7/07)

Anglers predict 'showdown' against ban   (Bangor Daily News, 3/7/07)

Chlesea clear-cutting nets $20,000 fine   (Kennebec Journal, 3/6/07)

Windmill firm chooses Bath  (Brunswick Times Record, 3/5/07)

Opinion: Protecting global migratory bird habitat  (Brunswick Times Record, 3/5/07)

Wells Project aims to fill gap in conservation of land   (Portland Press Herald, 3/5/07)

Warming may freshen gulf waters   (Bangor Daily News, 3/5/07)

Editorial: Cut Carbon, Save Money   (Bangor Daily News, 3/5/07)

Editorial: LURC's Authority   (Bangor Daily News, 3/5/07)

Climate change in the Maine woods   (Portland Press Herald, 3/4/07)

Editorial: Battle of Fort Halifax drawing to a close?   (Kennebec Journal, 3/3/07)

Boston company is primed to purchase Fort Halifax Dam   (Kennebec Journal, 3/3/07)

Debate Over Clean Emission Standards Pits Maine And Other States Against Auto Industry   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 3/2/07)

Study: Global Warming Affecting Gulf Of Maine Fish   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 3/2/07)

Group begins new drive to regulate water supply   (Kennebec Journal, 3/2/07)

Bill puts new spin on Sunday hunting   (Bangor Daily News, 3/2/07)

H2O takes new tack against big bottlers   (Bangor Daily News, 3/2/07)

Lobster catch value drops $42 million in 2006   (Bangor Daily News, 3/2/07)

Editorial: Whales and lobstermen can have a tough time living together   (Bangor Daily News, 3/2/07)

Editorial: 1,000,000 and counting: Fluorescents are incandescent   (Portland Press Herald, 3/2/07)

Editorial: Casco Bay continues on long road to recovery   (Portland Press Herald, 3/2/07)

Herring Harvest Draws Debate at Fishermen's Forum   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 3/1/07)

Anti-pesticide supporters aggravated by Brunswick complaint   (Portland Press Herald, 3/1/07)

Developer would consider Hollis land conservation deal   (Portland Press Herald, 3/1/07)

Toxic Pollution in Casco Bay   (Portland Press Herald, 3/1/07)

Editorial: Al Gore paying a price for convenience at home   (Portland Press Herald, 3/1/07)

Editorial: Maine is now home to 97 percent of the East's remaining populations of native brook trout   (Kennebec Journal, 2/26/07)

Opinion: Barrows goldeneye deserves some state protection   (Portland Press Herald, 2/28/07)

University of Maine energy-efficient campus-wide upgrades   (Bangor Daily News, 3/1/07)

Another new Sunday hunting bill on Augusta agenda today   (Bangor Daily News, 3/1/07)

Mallards display adaptive behavior   (Bangor Daily News, 3/1/07)

Lobstermen: no compromise on dragger bill   (Bangor Daily News, 3/1/07)

L.L. Bean to use DIF&W logo   (Bangor Daily News, 3/1/07)

N.B. moves to halt LNG   (Bangor Daily News, 2/28/07)

Editorial: Lawmakers consider changing state law to allow these fishermen to catch some lobster   (Bangor Daily News, 2/28/07)

Opinion: A different light bulb can make a difference   (Bangor Daily News, 2/27/07)

Researchers See Crucial Role for Forests in Reducing Global Warming   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/26/07)

Non-native fish threat in Maine   (Kennebec Journal, 2/26/07)

Editorial: War over the North Woods creates nothing but losers   (Portland Press Herald, 2/26/07)

Experts: Deforestation hurts climate   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 2/26/07)

Bill would ban non-native bait fish   (Portland Press Herald, 2/25/07)

Biofuels have come a long way in Maine over the past six years   (Portland Press Herald, 2/25/07)

Gore's 'Truth' spurs Mainers to action   (Portland Press Herald, 2/25/07)

Editorial: Ban live bait in Maine's wild trout waters   (Portland Press Herald, 2/25/07)

LNG critic warns of fishing disruptions   (Portland Press Herald, 2/24/07)

Top Plum Creek official to leave Maine for Montana   (Associated Press, 2/24/07)

Editorial: EPA revision of the Toxics Release Inventory   (Bangor Daily News, 2/23/07)

Opinion: Can we 'govern' our way out of our energy problems?   (Portland Press Herald, 2/23/07)

Not at all unusual for robins to be here in January and February   (Kennebec Journal, 2/23/07)

Opinion: Get involved with your local land trust  (Brunswick Times Record, 2/22/07)

Veteran instructor puts environmental practices to use at Wells Junior High   (Portland Press Herald, 2/22/07)

Baldacci creates land-use task force   (Portland Press Herald, 2/22/07)

Panel to explore access, recreation on public land   (Bangor Daily News, 2/22/07)

LNG divides New Brunswick, Maine   (Bangor Daily News, 2/22/07)

Baileyville: Town fined $14,175 for wastewater problems   (Bangor Daily News, 2/22/07)

Editorial: Don't feed bambi   (Bangor Daily News, 2/22/07)

Lobstermen gear up to fight landing bill   (Portland Press Herald, 2/21/07)

Rare loon deaths in New Hampshire faze scientists   (Scientific American, 2/20/07)

Lobstermen gear up to fight landing bill   (Portland Press Herald, 2/21/07)

Bill raises questions over origin of bait fish   (Portland Press Herald, 2/21/07)

For some farmers, an idea that gets their goat   (Kennebec Journal, 2/21/07)

Lobster Industry Says No to Dragging Proposal   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/20/07)

Westbrook dam key to Presumpscot fish restoration   (Portland Press Herald, 2/20/07)

Falmouth to educate on invasive vegetation   (Portland Press Herald, 2/20/07)

2007 Maine Water Conference will be held Wednesday, March 21, 2007   (University of Maine, 2/20/07)

Biodiesel reaches China town warrant   (Kennebec Journal, 2/20/07)

Impact of climate change on the fisheries industry   (Bangor Daily News, 2/20/07)

Editorial: New direction for Allagash   (Bangor Daily News, 2/20/07)

Canadian LNG Plant Proposal Hits Roadblock   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/19/07)

Lawmakers to Tackle Non-Native Fish Issue   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/19/07)

Take a slide show trip down Allagash Wilderness Waterway   (Village Soup, 2/19/07)

Bowdoinham recycling goes to single stream  (Brunswick Times Record, 2/19/07)

Farmland future sparks concern in Cape   (Portland Press Herald, 2/19/07)

Bath hopes to stop gas leaks at landfill   (Portland Press Herald, 2/19/07)

Opinion: Turbines on mountains a better choice   (Portland Press Herald, 2/19/07)

Editorial: Listing decision should be based on science   (Kennebec Journal, 2/19/07)

Lead-laden lunchboxes OK'd by government   (CNN, 2/19/07)

Legislative agenda addresses farm issues   (Bangor Daily News, 2/19/07)

Editorial: Concern with the spread of milfoil to other lakes in the Belgrade area and beyond   (Kennebec Journal, 2/17/07)

DEP urges legislative ban on fire retardant   (Bangor Daily News, 2/16/07)

Quoddy Bay vows to forge ahead on LNG   (Bangor Daily News, 2/16/07)

Next spring season for salmon may be in ’08   (Bangor Daily News, 2/16/07)

Milo: 2 bobcats shot, killed   (Bangor Daily News, 2/16/07)

Freedom Board questions turbine noise   (Kennebec Journal, 2/16/07)

Opinion: Debate on 'climate change' just getting, er, warmed up   (Portland Press Herald, 2/16/07)

Snowe urges action on global warming   (Portland Press Herald, 2/15/07)

Tidal power test facility proposed for Maine river   (Portland Press Herald, 2/15/07)

Bill to outlaw feeding of wildlife is shot down   (Portland Press Herald, 2/15/07)

Canadian government opposes Washington County LNG   (Bangor Daily News, 2/15/07)

Retailer agrees to fine for improper bulb disposal   (Bangor Daily News, 2/15/07)

Threatened species listing debated   (Bangor Daily News, 2/14/07)

Panel says feeding wildlife OK for now   (Bangor Daily News, 2/14/07)

Activist: I'll sue to preserve eels   (Kennebec Journal, 2/14/07)

Opposition mounts to York subdivision plan   (Portland Press Herald, 2/14/07)

Editorial: Federal climate change policies are inevitable   (Portland Press Herald, 2/14/07)

Elementary officials ask state to probe school, area cancer rates   (Portland Press Herald, 2/14/07)

Opinion: Migratory shorebirds need state's protection   (Portland Press Herald, 2/14/07)

Editorial: Feeding Maine's wildlife only creates problems   (Portland Press Herald, 2/12/07)

Opinion: Lot development will continue to decrease open space and wildlife habitats   (Portland Press Herald, 2/12/07)

Opinion: Rejection of the proposed wind energy complex on Redington and Black Nubble mountains   (Portland Press Herald, 2/12/07)

Editorial: Maine lacks a comprehensive siting plan for these alternative energy projects   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 2/12/07)

Results of so-called "body burden" testing of 13 Mainers   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/12/07)

Opinion: After Redington: We need a windpower siting study   (Kennebec Journal, 2/11/07)

Editorial: Land for Maine's Future needs to keep at it   (Kennebec Journal, 2/11/07)

Acoustic tools may help endangered whales   (Portland Press Herald, 2/10/07)

Landfill emission worsens in Bath   (Portland Press Herald, 2/10/07)

Editorial: Rules announced last year to protect shore birds   (Bangor Daily News, 2/10/07)

Mars Hill resident urges board to be wary of wind turbines   (Kennebec Journal, 2/9/07)

Editorial: Bald eagle has emerged as the poster child for the efficacy of the Endangered Species Act   (Kennebec Journal, 2/9/07)

Allagash task force presents findings   (Bangor Daily News, 2/9/07)

Report aims to ease conflict over waterway management   (Portland Press Herald, 2/9/07)

United Nations Official Visits Maine to Speak on Climate Change   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/8/07)

Panel Reccommends Stronger Management of the Allagash Region   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/8/07)

Maine Researchers Study Climate Change in the Arctic   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/8/07)

Opinion: Protect the air within our hometowns  (Brunswick Times Record, 2/8/07)

Review: Wells Harbor dredging did little harm   (Portland Press Herald, 2/8/07)

Efficiency the way to shrink our carbon footprint   (Portland Press Herald, 2/8/07)

State seeks windfall on energy plan   (Bangor Daily News, 2/8/07)

Hearing on Millinocket-area ecotourism resort set   (Bangor Daily News, 2/8/07)

Editorial: Attention has turned to reducing greenhouse gas emissions   (Bangor Daily News, 2/8/07)

Climate Action Plan Unveiled By Baldacci Administration   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/7/07)

The town Of Perry Faces Another Skirmish Over LNG   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/7/07)

Funds to conserve Maine lands sought   (Associated Press, 2/6/07)

Timber in transition: Booming values shift Plum Creek from logging to real estate   (Missoulian, 2/6/07)

Timber in Transition: Development of Plum Creek land creates roadblock for wildlife   (Missoulian, 2/6/07)

Maine Audubon: Loon count reveals low number of chicks   (Portland Press Herald, 2/6/07)

Plan would water down protection of shorebirds   (Portland Press Herald, 2/6/07)

Acadia National Park: Funds increased in '08 proposal   (Bangor Daily News, 2/6/07)

Editorial: Saving on electricity   (Bangor Daily News, 2/6/07)

Workload puts strain on land-use agency   (Kennebec Journal, 2/5/07)

Regulators Propose Shorebird Protection Rule Changes   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/5/07)

Easement to protect 320 acres along lower Kennebec River   (Portland Press Herald, 2/5/07)

Plum Creek plan 'encouraging' to critics   (Bangor Daily News, 2/5/07)

Opinion: Protecting our native fish from bait fish invasion   (Kennebec Journal, 2/3/07)

New conservation land in Somerset   (Kennebec Journal, 2/3/07)

Sea levels could rise 2 feet during this century   (Portland Press Herald, 2/3/07)

Climate Change Report Spurs New Policy Considerations   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/2/07)

Legislature Considers Banning Another Flame Retardant   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/2/07)

Suit aims to enforce Allagash 'wild' status   (Portland Press Herald, 2/2/07)

PUC cites energy program savings   (Portland Press Herald, 2/2/07)

Appeals begin in wind farm OK   (Kennebec Journal, 2/2/07)

Chemicals and oil products stored at the former Augusta Tissue paper mill   (Kennebec Journal, 2/2/07)

Suit filed over access to Allagash   (Bangor Daily News, 2/2/07)

Reservations at state parks brisk on Web   (Bangor Daily News, 2/2/07)

Federal revenue sharing for Moosehorn dwindles   (Bangor Daily News, 2/2/07)

Suit Claims Illegal Expansion of Allagash Wilderness Waterway   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 2/1/07)

Alliance protects Shaker property   (Portland Press Herald, 2/1/07)

Editorial: Penobscot River project gets two boosts   (Portland Press Herald, 2/1/07)

Opinion: Despite Redington vote, wind power needed   (Portland Press Herald, 2/1/07)

Developer offers to give 120 acres to offset wetland   (Portland Press Herald, 2/1/07)

Editorial: The Biofuel Cafe   (Bangor Daily News, 2/1/07)

Editorial: A bear of a trap   (Bangor Daily News, 2/1/07)

Opinion: Redington fight emblematic of Maine's challenge   (Portland Press Herald, 1/31/07)

Senators want feds' help on dam project   (Bangor Daily News, 1/31/07)

Mars Hill: Windmill owners to analyze noise level   (Bangor Daily News, 1/31/07)

Which way the wind blows   (Bangor Daily News, 1/31/07)

Wood boiler makers agree to standards   (Bangor Daily News, 1/30/07)

Editorial: Ethanol's mixed reviews   (Bangor Daily News, 1/30/07)

Opinion: Plum Creek closer to win-win?   (Bangor Daily News, 1/30/07)

Flame retardant study raises red flags for health risk   (Portland Press Herald, 1/30/07)

Editorial: Maine Land Use Regulation Commission rejects construction of a large wind-power project in the western mountains   (Kennebec Journal, 2/5/07)

Town blows hot and cold on wind farm   (Portland Press Herald, 1/28/07)

Opinion: State's hope rests in natural gas, wind, water   (Bangor Daily News, 1/29/07)

Despite LURC ruling, governor upbeat on wind power   (Associated Press, 1/24/07)

Editorial: LURC wind farm vote a lost opportunity   (Portland Press Herald, 1/28/07)

Editorial: Kelp: It isn't just flotsam anymore   (Portland Press Herald, 1/28/07)

Divide in the state over the use of genetically modified foods   (Kennebec Journal, 1/27/07)

Kids save energy; state awards prizes   (Kennebec Journal, 1/27/07)

Editorial: Penobscot funding tide   (Bangor Daily News, 1/27/07)

River project to get $10M   (Bangor Daily News, 1/27/07)

Mars Hill residents voice concerns over wind tower noise   (Bangor Daily News, 1/27/67)

Editorial: Students eating local food in school lunches in Maine   (Kennebec Journal, 1/26/07)

Trap rules remain divisive   (Kennebec Journal, 1/26/07)

Editorial: Plum Creek, Version 3.0   (Bangor Daily News, 1/25/07)

Mystery toxin killed crows, state veterinarian concludes   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 1/25/07)

Land-use board shows power in wind farm vote   (Portland Press Herald, 1/25/07)

Panel rejects power project   (Portland Press Herald, 1/25/07)

LURC Rejects Windmill Project   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 1/24/07)

LURC stymies western Maine wind power project   (Bangor Daily News, 1/25/07)

Frenchman Bay Conservancy obtains 280 acres in easements   (Bangor Daily News, 1/24/07)

'Green' cemetery proposed by Penobscot River in Orrington   (Bangor Daily News, 1/24/07)

Limington sued over use of trust land   (Portland Press Herald, 1/24/07)

Opinion: Follow the money in the climate change debate   (Portland Press Herald, 1/24/07)

Regulators decide on western mountain wind-power project   (Associated Press, 1/24/07)

Editorial: Removal not always needed to mitigate impact of dams   (Portland Press Herald, 1/23/07)

Two river restoration projects awarded $1.8M in federal funds   (Bangor Daily News, 1/22/07)

Business applauds efficient boiler   (Bangor Daily News, 1/22/07)

Editorial: Plum Creek to rework Moosehead Lake plan   (Portland Press Herald, 1/22/07)

Bio-fuel Market on the Upswing   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 1/19/07)

Opinion: Maine wilderness: Beyond the Allagash battles   (Kennebec Journal, 1/21/07)

State, Maine Yankee agree on compensation   (Portland Press Herald, 1/21/07)

Opinion: Redington wind-power project an environmental boost   (Portland Press Herald, 1/21/07)

Plum Creek proposal put on hold indefinitely   (Kennebec Journal, 1/19/07)

Maple Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast and Conference Center installs solar thermal panels   (Kennebec Journal, 1/19/07)

Hallowell inn going from green to greener   (Portland Press Herald, 1/19/07)

Opinion: Donor intent followed for Wolfe's Neck Farm   (Portland Press Herald, 1/19/07)

Plum Creek to alter development plan   (Bangor Daily News, 1/19/07)

BEP takes charge of LNG review   (Bangor Daily News, 1/19/07)

Redington Opponents Call Windmill Project Illegal   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 1/18/07)

Opinion: Coal as a 'green' fuel — not so fast!  (Brunswick Times Record, 1/18/07)

Alder Stream Property Protected   (Northeast Wilderness Trust, 1/18/07)

Opinion: Do we need Redington wind project?   (Bangor Daily News, 1/18/07)

Shortened Lobster Season Could Benefit Whales   (Ellsworth American, 1/18/07)

Wind farm backer questions Freedom appeals process   (Kennebec Journal, 1/18/07)

Opinion: It may be cold, but we can't ignore global warming   (Kennebec Journal, 1/18/07)

Land board OKs conservation plan   (Portland Press Herald, 1/18/07)

Fourth-graders raise $112 to donate to local land trust   (Portland Press Herald, 1/18/07)

Brewer students find ways to conserve energy resources   (Bangor Daily News, 1/18/07)

2 trucks break through ice, sink to bottom of Eagle Lake   (Bangor Daily News, 1/18/07)

Trapping Proposal Panned by Both Trappers and Animal Rights Activists   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 1/17/07)

Lawn care ordinance goes to court  (Brunswick Times Record, 1/17/07)

DEP gives towns until Friday to file Montsweag Brook complaints  (Brunswick Times Record, 1/17/07)

Environmental groups tout agenda for session   (Kennebec Journal, 1/17/07)

Global warming plan a priority   (Portland Press Herald, 1/17/07)

Sides pan revised bear-trapping law   (Portland Press Herald, 1/17/07)

Environmental bills vie for lawmakers' eyes   (Bangor Daily News, 1/17/07)

Opinion: 'Multiple use' doesn't mean everything everywhere   (Portland Press Herald, 1/17/07)

Board favors purchase of land near Moosehead   (Bangor Daily News, 1/17/07)

Winds of change moving Hancock County turbines   (Bangor Daily News, 1/17/07)

Editorial: Tracking Mercury   (Bangor Daily News, 1/17/07)

Opinion: Gerald Morrison and Robert J. Peacock II: The facts about LNG vessels   (Bangor Daily News, 1/17/07)

Maine, other states join forces to muscle EPA on air pollution   (Portland Press Herald, 1/16/07)

Editorial: It's time for show and tell on the Presumpscot River   (Portland Press Herald, 1/16/07)

Maine losing fish catch to Bay State   (Bangor Daily News, 1/16/07)

New Brunswick seeks a part in LNG case   (Bangor Daily News, 1/16/07)

Opinion: Plum Creek's deceptive advertising   (Bangor Daily News, 1/16/07)

Opinion: Hunters should seek more land conservation   (Bangor Daily News, 1/16/07)

AMC preservation plan generating controversy   (Bangor Daily News, 1/16/07)

Proposal to erect 44 wind turbines on 13.7 miles of ridge line on Kibby Mountain   (Portland Press Herald, 1/15/07)

New Moosehead Lake plan submitted   (Bangor Daily News, 1/15/07)

Article Series: Understanding Climate Change   (Bangor Daily News, 1/11/07)

Opinion: With LNG, Maine ought to fight for fishermen’s rights   (Bangor Daily News, 1/11/07)

Editorial: When it's this hot, it's time to act   (Kennebec Journal, 1/11/07)

State needs to save Wolfe's Neck Farm   (Portland Press Herald, 1/11/07)

Refinery that would turn forest products into clean-burning oil   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 1/10/07)

York selectmen agree to keep historic 'town farm' property   (Portland Press Herald, 1/10/07)

Editorial: Conservation easement rules should be refined   (Portland Press Herald, 1/10/07)

Mercury 'hot spot' identified in Maine   (Bangor Daily News, 1/10/07)

Editorial: Agency moving to protect polar bears under the Endangered Species Act   (Bangor Daily News, 1/10/07)

Editorial: Mercury findings should fuel curbs   (Kennebec Journal, 1/10/07)

Opinion: Wilderness: Who defines what it is?   (Kennebec Journal, 1/10/07)

Collins Bill Aimed at Reducing Mercury Hotspots   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 1/9/07)

Group of Mainers aims to conserve land indefinitely   (Portland Press Herald, 1/9/07)

Selling natural foods, urban growth   (Portland Press Herald, 1/9/07)

Opinion: Connecting dots of climate change is bleak business   (Portland Press Herald, 1/9/07)

Editorial: Don't get burned by waste   (Bangor Daily News, 1/9/07)

Agricultural Trades Show starts Tuesday   (Kennebec Journal, 1/8/07)

Editorial: Labeling needed if cloned food is approved   (Kennebec Journal, 1/8/07)

Groups Challenge the Department of Agriculture's GMO Coexistence Plan   (Protect Maine Farmers, 1/8/07)

Opinion: Mercury study overdue   (Bangor Daily News, 1/8/07)

Opinion: Sears Island needs good compromise   (Bangor Daily News, 1/8/07)

New in trash: Automating to boost recycling   (Portland Press Herald, 1/7/07)

Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder   (Portland Press Herald, 1/7/07)

Opinion: Why transform wild Maine mountains into industrial sites?   (Portland Press Herald, 1/7/07)

Deer yard measures lauded   (Bangor Daily News, 1/6/07)

Dates set for Plum Creek hearings   (Portland Press Herald, 1/5/07)

Opinion: Fishways needed on Presumpscot's dams   (Portland Press Herald, 1/5/07)

Two more dolphins found dead on Cape Cod beach   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 12/24/06)

Lynx shooting lands Van Buren man in jail for 21 days   (Bangor Daily News, 1/5/07)

State panel supports replacement of Allagash waterway bridge   (Bangor Daily News, 1/5/07)

Public to sound off on Katahdin resort plan   (Bangor Daily News, 1/4/07)

Pipeline builder seeks wetlands permit for Brewer   (Bangor Daily News, 1/4/07)

Moosehead development hearings set   (Bangor Daily News, 1/4/07)

Opinion: Preserving the intent of Gov. Baxter   (Bangor Daily News, 1/4/07)

Katahdin resort plan to be aired   (Portland Press Herald, 1/4/07)

Nature center offers chance for adults to explore wild side   (Portland Press Herald, 1/4/07)

Plum Creek's Green Reputation Challenged by NRCM   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 1/3/06)

Opinion: What to do with all that trash?   (Portland Press Herald, 1/3/07)

Opinion: Outdoor wood burners drive down home values  (Brunswick Times Record, 12/11/06)

A Palermo lot to stay farmland forever   (Kennebec Journal, 1/2/07)

Conservation effort in Wells gets a big boost   (Portland Press Herald, 1/2/07)

City's swap could preserve land near marsh   (Portland Press Herald, 1/2/07)

Maine to get $2 million from ocean-pollution fine   (Portland Press Herald, 1/2/07)

Editorial: Energy security means more drilling   (Portland Press Herald, 1/2/07)

Biddeford to revisit MERC contract   (Portland Press Herald, 1/1/07)

Most eagles that breed in Maine remain through the winter   (Bangor Daily News, 1/1/07)

Opinion: Baxter deal a disaster for sportsmen   (Bangor Daily News, 1/1/07)

Editorial: Maine's conserved lands: enough for all uses   (Kennebec Journal, 12/31/06)

Groups oppose forest certification of Weyerhaeuser and Plum Creek   (Associated Press, 12/31/06)

115-acre expansion of Juniper Ridge Landfill is being proposed   (Bangor Daily News, 12/29/06)

Editorial: Sears Island Future   (Bangor Daily News, 12/29/06)

Panel favors debris used for power   (Bangor Daily News, 12/28/06)

Longtime BEP member chosen as new chairman   (Bangor Daily News, 12/28/06)

Opinion: Emissions concerns heightened by record use of coal   (Bangor Daily News, 12/28/06)

Wind Energy Proposed for Waldo County Town of Freedom   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 12/27/06)

Editorial: Moving ahead with wind power   (Kennebec Journal, 12/27/06)

Editorial: Redington wind project deserves LURC approval   (Portland Press Herald, 12/27/06)

State sets fast pace in conservation   (Portland Press Herald, 12/27/06)

Conservationists focus on community support   (Portland Press Herald, 12/27/06)

Bath preserve may be sold to land trust   (Portland Press Herald, 12/26/06)

Birders make annual Audubon count   (Kennebec Journal, 12/25/06)

Opinion: Suburbs a sin to "Smart Growthers"   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 12/24/06)

Opinion: Uncertain constituency leaves Maine's LURC in lurch   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 12/24/06)

Environmentalists Want Plum Creek's Lucrative Forest Certification Revoked   (Washington Post, 12/24/06)

Editorial: Bay State LNG ports could pull rug from under Maine projects   (Portland Press Herald, 12/24/06)

Opinion: Plum Creek's plan no benefit to Moosehead region's economy   (Portland Press Herald, 12/24/06)

Court finds Bush smog rules inadequate   (Portland Press Herald, 12/23/06)

Land panel's staff supports Franklin County wind farm   (Portland Press Herald, 12/23/06)

Passamaquoddy Bay: Second LNG applicant files with FERC   (Bangor Daily News, 12/23/06)

Opinion: Maine shouldn’t be Northeast's dumping ground   (Bangor Daily News, 12/23/06)

Controversial Wind Project Clears A Hurdle   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 12/22/06)

State Rethinks Expanded Protections For Shorebirds   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 12/22/06)

L.L. Bean gift puts Dakin Pool effort over top   (Bangor Daily News, 12/22/06)

Opinion: Baxter's Folly makes it to finish line   (Kennebec Journal, 12/21/06)

State revisits law shielding shorebirds   (Bangor Daily News, 12/21/06)

Eastport couple criticized for role in LNG dispute   (Bangor Daily News, 12/21/06)

Editorial: EPA has research releases backwards   (Bangor Daily News, 12/21/06)

Firm admits ships dumped oil off Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 12/19/06)

Editorial: Sprawl-fighting developments deserve an easier path   (Portland Press Herald, 12/19/06)

Sears Island accord closer   (Bangor Daily News, 12/19/06)

Group's plan aims to curb warming   (Portland Press Herald, 12/19/06)

Maine, others sue EPA over soot   (Portland Press Herald, 12/19/06)

Region urged to collaborate on emissions   (Bangor Daily News, 12/19/06)

Editorial: Beyond Baxter's Legacy: Discussion on use must continue   (Bangor Daily News, 12/19/06)

Acadia National Park: ATV damage continues   (Bangor Daily News, 12/19/06)

Blue jays have some quirky characteristics   (Bangor Daily News, 12/19/06)

Editorial: Don't change course on nuclear waste storage   (Bangor Daily News, 12/19/06)

Governors and Premiers Cooperate on Global Warming Issue   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 12/18/06)

Birders make annual Audubon count   (Kennebec Journal, 12/18/06)

Project brought the concept of so-called "smart growth" to the forefront of public discussion   (Portland Press Herald, 12/18/06)

Editorial: Ozone designation means Mainers can breathe easier   (Portland Press Herald, 12/18/06)

Company submits application for LNG terminal in Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 12/17/06)

Editorial: Katahdin Lake purchase a fitting tribute to Gov. Baxter's vision   (Portland Press Herald, 12/17/06)

Sears Island compromise close   (Portland Press Herald, 12/16/06)

Editorial: A stronger fisheries law emerges from Congress   (Portland Press Herald, 12/16/06)

Done deal: Katahdin Lake part of Baxter State Park   (Portland Press Herald, 12/16/06)

Oil leak from closed Sanford mill spreads far afield   (Portland Press Herald, 12/15/06)

Poland Spring set in Kingfield   (Kennebec Journal, 12/15/06)

Editorial: Giving back to the Kennebec River   (Kennebec Journal, 12/15/06)

Turbines at Mars Hill begin spinning to life   (Bangor Daily News, 12/15/06)

Freedom: Wind power project gets OK   (Bangor Daily News, 12/15/06)

Ownership of Water Still an Issue as Poland Spring Constructs New Plant   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 12/14/06)

Allagash Task Force Prepares Recommendations for Governor   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 12/14/06)

Initiative targets Kennebec River   (Kennebec Journal, 12/14/06)

Freeport farm on brink of preservation   (Portland Press Herald, 12/14/06)

Editorial: EPA injects reality into its auto mileage estimates   (Portland Press Herald, 12/14/06)

Allagash waterway panelists drop board oversight plan   (Bangor Daily News, 12/14/06)

FERC solicits views on pipeline   (Bangor Daily News, 12/14/06)

New Questions Facing Maine's Energy Market   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 12/13/06)

State lights way toward lower electricity costs   (Portland Press Herald, 12/13/06)

Editorial: New life for the Saco River?   (Portland Press Herald, 12/13/06)

China Lake flush mulled   (Kennebec Journal, 12/13/06)

Editorial: Fishing quotas a logical step to preserve catch   (Bangor Daily News, 12/13/06)

Sea Level Study Adds to Evidence of Global Warming   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 12/12/06)

Television Ad: Investigation Exposes Plum Creek Timber Violations   (Natural Resources Council of Maine, 12/12/06)

Maine ozone cutbacks praised   (Bangor Daily News, 12/12/06)

Eagles, lynx in traps fuel suit   (Bangor Daily News, 12/12/06)

Company agrees to Saco dam fishways   (Portland Press Herald, 12/12/06)

State meets air quality standards   (Portland Press Herald, 12/12/06)

Maine Meets Federal Air Quality Standards   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 12/11/06)

Land trust negotiating details of easement on 105 acres  (Brunswick Times Record, 12/11/06)

Editorial: Fishing legislation that almost everyone can love   (Kennebec Journal, 12/11/06)

Future rosy for cranberry growers   (Bangor Daily News, 12/11/06)

Opinion: An environmentalist's plea for cheery Christmas lights   (Kennebec Journal, 12/11/06)

Bush says U.S. committed to strong fishing industries   (Associated Press, 12/10/06)

Freedom planners approve wind power plan   (Portland Press Herald, 12/10/06)

Atlantic salmon test's success prompts call for spring fishing season   (Portland Press Herald, 12/8/06)

Study finds Agent Orange didn't hurt trainees   (Portland Press Herald, 12/8/06)

Anglers closer to salmon fishing in the Penobscot   (Bangor Daily News, 12/8/06)

Eagle under care after being snagged in trap   (Bangor Daily News, 12/7/06)

LURC OKs new fees for development   (Bangor Daily News, 12/7/06)

Crews keep oil spill from fouling river   (Portland Press Herald, 12/6/06)

Katahdin land deal nearing fruition   (Portland Press Herald, 12/5/06)

Officials to discuss a selective harvest of about 117 acres at Mt. Blue State Park   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 12/5/06)

Man pleads guilty in seal-killing case   (Bangor Daily News, 12/5/06)

Plum Creek proposes allowing residential development on 32,000 acres Oregon   (The Oregonian, 12/4/06)

Editorial: Plum Creek uses law that is speeding Oregon toward a bleak and ugly future   (The Oregonian, 12/4/06)

Funding Workshops for Renewable and Energy Efficiency Projects   (Community Energy Partners, 12/4/06)

LNG developer to pay $23.5M for impact on Mass. project site   (Bangor Daily News, 12/4/06)

Sea change in region’s fishery rules sought   (Bangor Daily News, 12/4/06)

Opinion: Global warming another fantasy   (Bangor Daily News, 12/4/06)

Danby: Air Pollution   (Bangor Daily News, 12/4/06)

Fishing groups tackle industry reform   (Portland Press Herald, 12/4/06)

Editorial: New management won't stop Allagash conflicts   (Kennebec Journal, 12/1/06)

Wind farm plan at hearing   (Kennebec Journal, 12/1/06)

Katahdin Lake fund drive $1.8M short   (Bangor Daily News, 12/1/06)

Opinion: Reading between the lines of Plumb Creek   (Bangor Daily News, 12/1/06)

Advocates to monitor Pleasant Pond quality   (Kennebec Journal, 12/1/06)

LURC begins reviewing Ktaadn Resorts proposal   (Bangor Daily News, 11/30/06)

Supreme Court takes up global warming for first time   (Associated Press, 11/26/06)

Editorial: Should one man's power be used to harm the national interest?   (Portland Press Herald, 11/29/06)

Editorial: Coastal insurance woes trump shorebird restrictions   (Bangor Daily News, 11/29/06)

Plum Creek review to begin   (Bangor Daily News, 11/29/06)

Editorial: Lawmakers must clear the path for unorganized growth   (Bangor Daily News, 11/29/06)

Allagash hearings revive divisions   (Bangor Daily News, 11/29/06)

Opinion: The politics of climate change to visit Augusta this year   (Portland Press Herald, 11/29/06)

Allagash Management Still a Focus of Contention   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 11/28/06)

Oakhurst Dairy to Go the Biodiesel Route   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 11/28/06)

Allagash gets a new format for old issues   (Bangor Daily News, 11/28/06)

Oakhurst making switch to biodiesel   (Portland Press Herald, 11/28/06)

Oceans awash in plastic junk   (Portland Press Herald, 11/28/06)

Wells developer pledges land preservation   (Portland Press Herald, 11/28/06)

EPA case key to Maine to be heard   (Portland Press Herald, 11/27/06)

Allagash panel seeks public comment   (Bangor Daily News, 11/27/06)

Feds justify withheld documents in LNG case   (Bangor Daily News, 11/27/06)

Opinion: The tipping point on global warming   (Bangor Daily News, 11/27/06)

Editorial: Forward on the Allagash   (Bangor Daily News, 11/27/06)

New England lawmakers expect boost in LNG fight   (Associated Press, 11/26/06)

Plan seeks to end feud over Allagash   (Portland Press Herald, 11/26/06)

Hopes mixed for 'greening' of Congress   (Portland Press Herald, 11/26/06)

Editorial: Where the Fish Roam   (Portland Press Herald, 11/26/06)

Appalachian Trail could be 'canary in coal mine' for eastern U.S.   (Associated Press, 11/26/06)

Pleasant Pond water quality remains a concern   (Kennebec Journal, 11/25/06)

Fishermen say new rope regulations will cost too much   (Associated Press, 11/26/06)

Contentious Shorebird Habitat Issue Focus Of Public Hearing   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 11/21/06)

Maine's wild turkeys have rebounded, but they can be aggressive   (Portland Press Herald, 11/22/06)

Property owners protest shorebird habitat rules   (Portland Press Herald, 11/22/06)

Landowners, lawmakers grapple with shorebird law   (Bangor Daily News, 11/22/06)

Editorial: Maine's stand on nuclear waste prudent   (Bangor Daily News, 11/22/06)

Brunswick Recount Verifies Pesticides Ordinance   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 11/20/06)

Lawncare ordinance survives ballot inspection  (Brunswick Times Record, 11/20/06)

Opinion: Maine shouldn't let draggers sell lobster bycatch   (Portland Press Herald, 11/21/06)

Opinion: Someone has to pay to keep what's special about Maine   (Kennebec Journal, 11/20/06)

Editorial: Energy efficiency standards should be regional   (Bangor Daily News, 11/21/06)

Opinion: We can't make progress on the Allagash without facts   (Bangor Daily News, 11/21/06)

Editorial: Getting down to specifics with Plum Creek   (Kennebec Journal, 11/20/06)

Lynx, deer heard in North Woods debate roles   (Portland Press Herald, 11/20/06)

Ski areas tapping wind power to promote green-energy source   (Portland Press Herald, 11/20/06)

Test results back on Hampden landfill gases life   (Bangor Daily News, 11/20/06)

Hearing eyes Freedom wind farm idea atop high ridge   (Kennebec Journal, 11/18/06)

Opinion: Katahdin Lake well worth selling some public lots to acquire   (Portland Press Herald, 11/18/06)

Editorial: Plum Creek's violations suggest more oversight needed   (Portland Press Herald, 11/18/06)

Mars Hill's wind farm almost ready   (Portland Press Herald, 11/18/06)

Indians’ LNG lawsuits rejected   (Bangor Daily News, 11/18/06)

Windmill project churns on   (Bangor Daily News, 11/18/06)

BEP OKs rules to protect aquatic life   (Bangor Daily News, 11/17/06)

Report cites violations by Plum Creek   (Portland Press Herald, 11/16/06)

Group turns up heat on Plum Creek   (Bangor Daily News, 11/16/06)

Editorial: Sears Island solution   (Bangor Daily News, 11/16/06)

Resorts seen as key to Plum Creek plan   (Bangor Daily News, 11/15/06)

Editorial: Mainers can't rely on private lands for playtime anymore   (Portland Press Herald, 11/15/06)

Opinion: For more than a dozen years conservationists have been working to get stronger protection for Canada lynx in the United States   (RESTORE: The North Woods, 11/14/06)

Editorial: World’s commercial fish and seafood stocks will collapse by 2048   (Bangor Daily News, 11/14/06)

Energy Department Settles Suit With Maine, Other States   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 11/13/06)

Editorial: New Maine: Green roofs and porous parking lots   (Portland Press Herald, 11/13/06)

Editorial: Considering new rules to reduce the number of birds killed in collisions with communications towers   (Bangor Daily News, 11/13/06)

Editorial: Does land popular with lynx need protection now? Maybe not   (Portland Press Herald, 11/12/06)

Opinion: No good can come from bargaining away public lands   (Portland Press Herald, 11/12/06)

Opinion: Soup's not the only warmth at farmers' market   (Portland Press Herald, 11/12/06)

Right whales, wrong timingfor lobstering   (Portland Press Herald, 11/11/06)

Preservation plan targets Down East   (Bangor Daily News, 11/11/06)

Likely rufous hummingbird makes rare visit   (Bangor Daily News, 11/11/06)

4 Allagash waterway hearings set   (Bangor Daily News, 11/10/06)

Sears Island group dividing into two camps   (Bangor Daily News, 11/10/06)

Landfill proposal a concern Down East   (Bangor Daily News, 11/10/06)

Heating oil leak fouls Baileyville treatment plant   (Bangor Daily News, 11/10/06)

Lawncare Ordinance Passes by Slim Margin   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 11/9/06)

What's next for Stoddard Pond?  (Brunswick Times Record, 11/9/06)

Conservationists to challenge rejection of lynx protection   (Associated Press, 11/9/06)

Exempted lynx: Feds opt not to designate ‘critical habitat’ in Maine   (Bangor Daily News, 11/9/06)

Perry voters approve recall ordinance, LNG gift   (Bangor Daily News, 11/9/06)

LNG terminal plans put fishermen at odds   (Portland Press Herald, 11/9/06)

Hinck defeats Eder, other election results   (Portland Press Herald, 11/8/06)

Politicians Sweep Midterm Elections   (The Onion, 11/8/06)

In Maine, a Public Park in Search of Public Support   (New York Times, 11/7/06)

Fishermen split over LNG   (Bangor Daily News, 11/7/06)

Plant, mow and water the ... roof?   (Portland Press Herald, 11/6/06)

Clamshell research gives hope to industry   (Portland Press Herald, 11/6/06)

Weevil disdains our kind of milfoil   (Portland Press Herald, 11/6/06)

Opinion: Keep Moosehead peaceful for future generations   (Bangor Daily News, 11/6/06)

Conservationists see gold in Camden Hills   (Portland Press Herald, 11/6/06)

Students take algae-to-biofuel project to MIT   (Portland Press Herald, 11/5/06)

Editorial: Mars Hill wind farm shows way to cleaner power   (Portland Press Herald, 11/5/06)

Opinion: Allagash Wilderness Waterway deserves stronger protection   (Portland Press Herald, 11/5/06)

Editorial: Pollution cases threaten future of Maine's air   (Portland Press Herald, 11/5/06)

Pectoral sandpiper sighting unusual   (Bangor Daily News, 11/4/06)

Plum Creek Timber donates land   (Bangor Daily News, 11/4/06)

Study warns ocean fishery headed for collapse   (Portland Press Herald, 11/3/06)

A development group is moving ahead with plans to build 40 houses on the shores of Brassua Lake   (Bangor Daily News, 11/3/06)

ATV group: Trail growth will take time   (Bangor Daily News, 11/3/06)

Maine’s ability to regulate out-of-state waste   (Bangor Daily News, 11/3/06)

Critics Question DMR At Blue Hill Hearing   (Ellsworth American, 11/2/06)

High court looks at EPA's power plant air rules   (Kennebec Journal, 11/2/06)

Opinion: Overzealous enforcement does the law no favors   (Kennebec Journal, 11/2/06)

Editorial: America's cold reputation on global warming   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 11/2/06)

Environmental groups defend Clinton-era clean air program   (Associated Press, 11/1/06)

Towns tackle E-waste disposal   (Bangor Daily News, 11/2/06)

Editorial: Migratory Bird Treaty Act   (Bangor Daily News, 11/2/06)

Opinion: Strange world of wildlife law   (Bangor Daily News, 11/2/06)

Editorial: Poisoning our environment  (Brunswick Times Record, 11/1/06)

New group is united by a river   (Kennebec Journal, 11/1/06)

Students connect food, academics   (Bangor Daily News, 11/1/06)

Opinion: Real value of Katahdin Lake purchase   (Bangor Daily News, 11/1/06)

Sprague Energy to Use Biofuel   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/31/06)

Maine Teenagers Study Biodiesel Process   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/31/06)

Court to hear clean air case   (Portland Press Herald, 10/31/06)

Sprague to open biofuel facility in S. Portland   (Portland Press Herald, 10/31/06)

Agents seize walrus skull, tusk   (Portland Press Herald, 10/31/06)

Editorial: No oil drilling off New England   (Kennebec Journal, 10/31/06)

Editorial: Progress on the Allagash   (Bangor Daily News, 10/31/06)

Eco-Peace, Permaculture Conference Nov. 10 in Belfast   (University of Maine, 10/30/06)

Black Bear Boilers makes a low-emission, wood-fired system   (Portland Press Herald, 10/29/06)

Energy expo draws crowd in Augusta   (Bangor Daily News, 10/30/06)

Black Bear Boilers makes a low-emission, wood-fired system   (Portland Press Herald, 10/29/06)

Editorial: Moosehead conservation deal marks the end of the beginning   (Portland Press Herald, 10/29/06)

DEP OKs closing of Pine Tree land-fill   (Bangor Daily News, 10/28/06)

Mars Hill project a County windfall   (Bangor Daily News, 10/28/06)

Our Changing World: Understanding the Science of Climate Change   (Bangor Daily News, 10/28/06)

Editorial: LURC must ensure that the required conservation truly offsets the proposed development   (Bangor Daily News, 10/28/06)

Millinocket officials claim Quimby eyeing land swap   (Bangor Daily News, 10/27/06)

Editorial: Fisheries Rule Failure   (Bangor Daily News, 10/27/06)

Council delays its decision on MERC contract   (Portland Press Herald, 10/27/06)

Katahdin land deal rift persists   (Bangor Daily News, 10/26/06)

Acadia revises estimates of park visitors   (Bangor Daily News, 10/26/06)

Gubernatorial Candidates Comment on Maine's Energy Future   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/25/06)

Conservationists, developer OK deal   (Portland Press Herald, 10/25/06)

Editorial: Let states adopt stricter tailpipe rules   (Portland Press Herald, 10/25/06)

Plum Creek inks deal to protect land   (Bangor Daily News, 10/25/06)

DEP plans open forum in Orono   (Bangor Daily News, 10/25/06)

More Mainers Oppose Plum Creek Plan for Moosehead   (Natural Resources Council of Maine, 10/23/06)

Sacred spot known as Picture Rocks is being returned to the Passamaquoddy tribe   (Associated Press, 10/22/06)

Plum Creek tactics in Montana criticized   (Bangor Daily News, 10/17/06)

Plum Creek methods blasted   (Kennebec Journal, 10/18/06)

New infestation of milfoil found in lake on Maine-N.H. border   (Associated Press, 10/23/06)

Brazil's pulp and paper industry is booming   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 10/24/06)

New milfoil infestation may be eradicated   (Portland Press Herald, 10/24/06)

Land trust seeks to preserve 71-acre Windham parcel   (Portland Press Herald, 10/24/06)

Editorial: Improve, don't undo, shorebird protections   (Portland Press Herald, 10/24/06)

Maine Coast Heritage Trust purchase restores Machias Bay shore land to tribe   (Bangor Daily News, 10/24/06)

Club, landowner discuss adding ATV trail   (Bangor Daily News, 10/24/06)

Officials OK expansion of County landfill   (Bangor Daily News, 10/24/06)

Opinion: Of recycling, responsibility and redemption  (Brunswick Times Record, 10/13/06)

Salmon season deemed a success   (Bangor Daily News, 10/23/06)

Rotting logs provide life for plants, animals   (Bangor Daily News, 10/21/06)

Opinion: On lynx and lawsuits   (Bangor Daily News, 10/21/06)

Growth expert tells state to preserve nature   (Portland Press Herald, 10/21/06)

MERC generates very little sentiment   (Portland Press Herald, 10/21/06)

EPA to begin cleaning up vacant mill in Augusta   (Portland Press Herald, 10/21/06)

Groups pushing for fish passage at Sappi dam   (Portland Press Herald, 10/21/06)

Development Pressures Reach Maine's Unorganized Territories   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/20/06)

Biologists, environmentalists, civic leaders meet for a conference on Maine's mountains   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 10/19/06)

Brownfields 2006 Conference in Boston on November 13-15   (Brownfields 2006, 10/19/06)

Out-of-state waste, trucks dominate landfill review   (Bangor Daily News, 10/19/06)

Opinion: Thoreau's world-class Maine   (Bangor Daily News, 10/19/06)

MariCal's plans for cobia farming   (Portland Press Herald, 10/19/06)

Habitat rules ignite debate across county   (The Quoddy Tides, 10/13/06)

Invasive sea squirt spreading in Cobscook Bay   (The Quoddy Tides, 10/13/06)

Salmon Toxin Levels Study Pubplished   (Ellsworth American, 9/21/06)

Editorial: Quimby's land will continue to be open to sportsmen for at least a year   (Kennebec Journal, 10/18/06)

Reports: Fish benefit outweighs risks   (Portland Press Herald, 10/18/06)

Opinion: Preserve Sears Island while promoting economy   (Bangor Daily News, 10/18/06)

Panel Struggling To Reach Consensus On Future Of Sears Island   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/17/06)

Fish Consumption Comes With Warnings   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/17/06)

Wood boiler ban frustrates council   (Bangor Daily News, 10/16/06)

New boardwalk that provides astounding views of Corundel Lake   (Bangor Daily News, 10/16/06)

Maine Home Performance with Energy Star   (Portland Press Herald, 10/15/06)

Opinion: Motoring away as the earth burns   (Kennebec Journal, 10/14/06)

Agreement ensures access to state land near Baxter   (Portland Press Herald, 10/14/06)

Eco-friendly focus finds its way into the heart and souls of Maine's churches   (Portland Press Herald, 10/14/06)

Animal rights group sues state over trapping   (Portland Press Herald, 10/14/06)

Quimby opens land to sportsmen   (Bangor Daily News, 10/14/06)

Allagash panel discusses replacement of key span   (Bangor Daily News, 10/14/06)

Czech-American philosopher reflects on ecology  (Brunswick Times Record, 10/13/06)

October 23-24 conference on human and environmental impact of prescription drug disposal   (Maine Benzodiazepine Study Group, 10/13/06)

Quimby, officials to meet on access   (Bangor Daily News, 10/13/06)

Candidates spar on environment   (Bangor Daily News, 10/13/06)

Animal Rights Group Sues Maine Over Trapping Issue   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/12/06)

Report identifies key conservation areas on N.H. Seacoast   (Associated Press, 10/12/06)

Maine delegation ranked seventh for its environmental advocacy   (Bangor Daily News, 10/12/06)

Ticks may be cause of moose mortality   (Bangor Daily News, 10/12/06)

Editorial: Setback of 250 feet for development near shorebird habitat   (Bangor Daily News, 10/12/06)

Opinion: Quimby purchase challenges Katahdin Lake deal   (Bangor Daily News, 10/12/06)

Bush Urges Expanded Drilling Of Alaskan Wildlife   (The Onion, 10/11/06)

Opinion: Brookings report's insights are dead right   (Kennebec Journal, 10/11/06)

Editorial: Nuclear waste: Uncle Sam's unmet obligations   (Kennebec Journal, 10/11/06)

City folks turn up noses at country odor   (Portland Press Herald, 10/10/06)

Editorial: Acting locally to stem global warming   (Kennebec Journal, 10/9/06)

Farmers urged not to fight Mother Nature   (Kennebec Journal, 10/9/06)

Organic dairy farm research on rise grows place   (Portland Press Herald, 10/9/06)

Shorebird protections raising hackles   (Portland Press Herald, 10/9/06)

Porous parking lots put storm water in its place   (Portland Press Herald, 10/9/06)

Opinion: Brookings Study: State's dour outlook is misplaced   (Portland Press Herald, 10/9/06)

Trying to pin milfoil to the mat   (Kennebec Journal, 10/9/06)

Lessons learned at the edge of extinction   (Portland Press Herald, 10/8/06)

Coalition gets intervenor status for proposed landfill   (Bangor Daily News, 10/7/06)

Opinion: Penobscot River’s special fall fishing season for Atlantic salmon   (Bangor Daily News, 10/7/06)

Extent of Mercury Pollution More Widespread, Report Shows   (Natural Resources Council of Maine, 10/6/06)

Mount Desert to consider deer hunt   (Bangor Daily News, 10/6/06)

Northeast climate may be more like South’s by 2100   (Bangor Daily News, 10/6/06)

Opinion: Plum Creek Version 2.0 – the devil is in the details   (Bangor Daily News, 10/6/06)

Opinion: BNAS site could help Maine become energy sustainable and independent  (Brunswick Times Record, 10/4/06)

Report offers advice on how to 'GrowSmart'   (Kennebec Journal, 10/5/06)

Study: Hotter, drier region   (Kennebec Journal, 10/5/06)

LakeSmart program offers free advice   (Kennebec Journal, 10/5/06)

Management plan for Seboomook hailed at forum   (Bangor Daily News, 10/5/06)

Think tank’s proposal for Maine: spending cuts, then invest savings   (Bangor Daily News, 10/5/06)

Editorial: Charting Maine’s Future   (Bangor Daily News, 10/5/06)

Opinion: Underground radioactive waste solution   (Bangor Daily News, 10/5/06)

Maine Yankee owners win suit   (Portland Press Herald, 10/5/06)

Editorial: Donation of midcoast land shows unusual generosity   (Portland Press Herald, 10/5/06)

Opinion: SAM's proud of its achievements   (Portland Press Herald, 10/5/06)

Need for Shorebird Protection Debated   (Ellsworth American, 10/4/06)

BNAS reuse planning sessions show consensus for saving natural spaces  (Brunswick Times Record, 10/4/06)

Bird-watchers take ocean trip   (Bangor Daily News, 10/4/06)

Editorial: The Quimby Bypass   (Bangor Daily News, 10/4/06)

Conservation Group Acquires Huge Land Gift   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/2/06)

MERC and city to settle disputes   (Portland Press Herald, 10/3/06)

Opinion: Wolfe's Neck Farm plan stretches too far   (Portland Press Herald, 10/3/06)

Editorial: Lynx and Lawsuits   (Bangor Daily News, 10/3/06)

Shorebirds a Thorn in the Side of Property Owners   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/2/06)

Burke Hill Farms in Cherryfield, an organic blueberry operation   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 10/2/06)

Editorial: Salmon listing can mean cooperation, not conflict   (Kennebec Journal, 10/2/06)

State to stress biofuels awareness   (Kennebec Journal, 10/1/06)

Biofuel producer taps into growing state interest   (Kennebec Journal, 10/1/06)

Mainers who want to farm in a small way get into microdairies   (Kennebec Journal, 10/2/06)

Company turns restaurants' grease into biofuel for trucks   (Portland Press Herald, 10/1/06)

The Dresden Farmlands promote “agritainment”   (Bangor Daily News, 9/30/06)

Environmental lawyer and activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. speaks  (Brunswick Times Record, 9/29/06)

Opinion: A really comprehensive plan for Brunswick would look at a future world without oil  (Brunswick Times Record, 9/29/06)

DEP clears way for Stinson site cleanup  (Brunswick Times Record, 9/29/06)

Federal Lynx Protection Concerns Some Landowners In Maine   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 9/28/06)

Farm tour part of local push   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 9/29/06)

UMO: Antarctic elephant seal discovery sheds new light   (Bangor Daily News, 9/29/06)

Former tribal representative takes position at LNG firm   (Bangor Daily News, 9/29/06)

Clean up of oil leak continues in Augusta   (Kennebec Journal, 9/28/06)

Abnormally high lead levels in the water at Lakehurst Acres   (Kennebec Journal, 9/28/06)

Salmon Farmers Approve Scientist’s Research   (Ellsworth American, 9/28/06)

Editorial: Penobscot dam removal the best Rx for Maine salmon   (Portland Press Herald, 9/28/06)

Feathers fly over shorebird nesting rules  (Brunswick Times Record, 9/27/06)

Study: Eating farmed salmon is risky   (Bangor Daily News, 9/28/06)

Glenburn man catches first Penobscot salmon in 6 years   (Bangor Daily News, 9/28/06)

Opinion: Two good ways to fight global warming   (Bangor Daily News, 9/28/06)

Opinion: What in the blazes does SAM stand for, anyway?   (Portland Press Herald, 9/27/06)

Spill left lasting impressions   (Portland Press Herald, 9/27/06)

Settlement money will help fund Scarborough Marsh's restoration   (Portland Press Herald, 9/27/06)

Atlantic salmon at very low levels, report finds   (Portland Press Herald, 9/27/06)

2 more LNG pipeline routes proposed   (Bangor Daily News, 9/27/06)

Scientists Puzzled over Decline of New England Salt Marshes   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 9/26/06)

State officials tout local spinach growers   (Village Soup, 9/25/06)

Editorial: Industry's attack on chemical plant security   (Kennebec Journal, 9/26/06)

Opposition Grows To Windmills   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 9/25/06)

Landowners fight lynx habitat designation   (Portland Press Herald, 9/25/06)

Opinion: Advice for those who post their land   (Bangor Daily News, 9/25/06)

Local agriculture celebrated in Unity   (Bangor Daily News, 9/23/06)

Deal bypasses recent Quimby purchase   (Bangor Daily News, 9/23/06)

Burrowing owl spotted Down East ruffles feathers   (Bangor Daily News, 9/23/06)

Editorial: Compromise bill on chemical security   (Bangor Daily News, 9/23/06)

The growth of organic farming   (Kennebec Journal, 9/23/06)

Baldacci to discuss Quimby land purchase   (Bangor Daily News, 9/22/06)

Biomass and Biofuels conference   (Bangor Daily News, 9/22/06)

Plum Creek seeks exemption from lynx critical habitat designation   (The Missoulian, 9/19/06)

Opinion: Quimby's coup no reason to redo Katahdin Lake deal   (Portland Press Herald, 9/16/06)

Warming study: High costs for coast   (Portland Press Herald, 9/20/06)

NRCM study say global warming could put chunks of Maine coast under water   (Bangor Daily News, 9/20/06)

Opinion: Moosehead, North Woods study needed   (Bangor Daily News, 9/20/06)

Local golf courses work hard all season to keep the bugs out   (Bangor Daily News, 9/20/06)

Study Describes the Impact of Global Warming on the Maine Coast   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 9/19/06)

Maine Coast Could Be Devastated by Global Warming   (Natural Resources Council of Maine, 9/19/06)

'Green' homes take root with local builders   (Portland Press Herald, 9/19/06)

Editorial: Hazardous waste cleanup program must be funded   (Kennebec Journal, 9/18/06)

Smoky debate: Wood-burning boilers come under fire   (Portland Press Herald, 9/18/06)

Opinion: Katahdin land deal poor use of state money   (Kennebec Journal, 9/18/06)

The science of salmon: Genetically diverse, healthy fish goal of researchers   (Bangor Daily News, 9/18/06)

Critics harsh on salmon hatcheries   (Bangor Daily News, 9/18/06)

Outhouse flap makes big stink on Buetin's island   (Portland Press Herald, 9/16/06)

Migrating birds look like cloud cover on weather service radar   (Bangor Daily News, 9/16/06)

Newly Acquired Parcel Bordering Baxter State Park Will Be a Nature Sanctuary   (Maine Environmental News, 9/15/06)

Land Preservation Plan Troubling To Sportsmens Alliance   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 9/15/06)

Salmon Fishing Returns To The Penobscot After Seven-Year Hiatus   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 9/15/06)

Salmon Restoration program yielding slow, but encouraging results   (Bangor Daily News, 9/15/06)

Some activities likely taboo on Quimby's land   (Portland Press Herald, 9/15/06)

Folks 'really fired up' over salmon-fishing experiment   (Portland Press Herald, 9/15/06)

Editorial: Noxious smog precursors from power plants plummet   (Portland Press Herald, 9/15/06)

Editorial: Atlantic salmon fishing returns to Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 9/15/06)

Candidates square off on energy, environmental issues   (Associated Press, 9/14/06)

Quimby's purchase re-ignites Kathadin Lake discussion   (Associated Press, 9/14/06)

Wilson Pond landowners learning what it means to be lake-friendly   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 9/13/06)

Large numbers of alewives may be spawning in Highland Lake within a few years   (Portland Press Herald, 9/13/06)

Salmon fishing season planned as experiment   (Portland Press Herald, 9/13/06)

State offers $7 million for energy fixes   (Portland Press Herald, 9/13/06)

Quimby land deal angers hunters   (Bangor Daily News, 9/13/06)

Waste capacity expanding at Old Town landfill   (Bangor Daily News, 9/13/06)

Opinion: Turbines would damage mountain range   (Kennebec Journal, 8/27/06)

Competing visions for Sears Island presented   (Bangor Daily News, 9/13/06)

Winthrop Oil spill cleanup not quite finished   (Kennebec Journal, 9/13/06)

Editorial: Sportsmen: Aim before firing on Katahdin deal   (Kennebec Journal, 9/13/06)

Panel eyes new Quimby land buy   (Bangor Daily News, 9/12/06)

Group urges state to revisit planned Katahdin land deal   (Portland Press Herald, 9/12/06)

Raising crops in suburbia   (Portland Press Herald, 9/12/06)

Group designates acreage Down East as bird haven   (Bangor Daily News, 9/11/06)

Calais nixes Nash's Lake development   (Bangor Daily News, 9/11/06)

Freedom to review $12M wind plan   (Bangor Daily News, 9/11/06)

Editorial: Linking east and west remains a good idea   (Portland Press Herald, 9/9/06)

Opinion: U.S. needs energy diet, alternatives  (Brunswick Times Record, 9/8/06)

Poll finds Mainers more concerned about environment   (Bangor Daily News, 9/7/06)

Norton Pond developer gets extension to submit final plan   (Bangor Daily News, 9/7/06)

BEP schedules hearing on Dragon in Rockland   (Bangor Daily News, 9/7/06)

Opinion: Let's lead by driving slower   (Portland Press Herald, 9/7/06)

Trustees, Poland Spring wrestle over agreement   (The Irregular, 9/6/06)

Kibby Wind Power Project underway   (The Irregular, 9/6/06)

Pine Tree Landfill closure endorsed   (Bangor Daily News, 9/6/06)

Editorial: The future of Maine's farms lies in embracing new and novel ways of doing things   (Kennebec Journal, 9/6/06)

Opinion: Can we regulate the water that belongs to all of us?   (Kennebec Journal, 9/6/06)

Quoddy area eyed for five tidal projects   (Quoddy Times, 9/4/06)

Editorial: It's good to meet the people who grow our food   (Kennebec Journal, 9/4/06)

10 percent of duck hunters also hunt crows   (Portland Press Herald, 9/3/06)

Opinion: Fisheries reform a boost for New England   (Portland Press Herald, 9/3/06)

Voters reject wind power project moratorium   (Bangor Daily News, 9/2/06)

Group opposed to expanding the Pine Tree Landfill   (Bangor Daily News, 9/2/06)

Last run for salmon-stocking program   (Bangor Daily News, 9/2/06)

Opinion: Urgent: Regulate outdoor wood burners  (Brunswick Times Record, 9/1/06)

Shops get environmental nod   (Kennebec Journal, 9/1/06)

Downtown Waterville Farmers' Market   (Kennebec Journal, 9/1/06)

Maine wildlife biologist plant transmitters in trout   (Associated Press, 8/31/06)

Waterville's Last Farm to go on the Market   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/31/06)

Canadian company to invest in salmon farming in Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 8/31/06)

Study finds sea-run alewives no threat to bass   (Bangor Daily News, 8/31/06)

Landfill closure proposal goes to Hampden council   (Bangor Daily News, 8/31/06)

Monarch butterflies see summer increase   (Bangor Daily News, 8/31/06)

Firm to invest $60M in state salmon farms   (Bangor Daily News, 8/30/06)

Editorial: More work needed to hit greenhouse gas goals   (Portland Press Herald, 8/30/06)

Region's cleanup efforts fall short   (Portland Press Herald, 8/29/06)

Hydrogen cell to provide electricity   (Portland Press Herald, 8/29/06)

Feds say pump not effective at old Winthrop landfill site   (Kennebec Journal, 8/29/06)

Editorial: Maine's tradition of public access worth protecting   (Kennebec Journal, 8/29/06)

Hydrogen Energy Project Unveiled in Wiscasset   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/28/06)

Opinion: Redington wind project right for Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 8/28/06)

Maine parks keeping visitors happy   (Kennebec Journal, 8/26/06)

State receives funds to aid rare wildlife   (Bangor Daily News, 8/26/06)

Opinion: Sears Island's future development considered   (Bangor Daily News, 8/26/06)

Coastal preservation groups teaming up  (Brunswick Times Record, 8/25/06)

Opinion: North Woods: a world-class tourism destination?  (Brunswick Times Record, 8/25/06)

Waterville losing last working farm   (Kennebec Journal, 8/25/06)

Opinion: Halt soaring autism rates   (Bangor Daily News, 8/25/06)

Millinocket Prepares to Regulate Outdoor Wood Boilers   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/23/06)

Opinion: State's making progress on energy   (Portland Press Herald, 8/24/06)

Tree farm plans tours of wetland at field day event   (Bangor Daily News, 8/23/06)

Pickerel Pond shoreland donated to state   (Bangor Daily News, 8/23/06)

Few respond to $200,000 LNG offer   (Bangor Daily News, 8/23/06)

Maine farms have reason to celebrate   (Bangor Daily News, 8/23/06)

E. Millinocket ponders ban on wood-fired boilers   (Bangor Daily News, 8/23/06)

DIF&W opens sales of licenses to fish for salmon in Penobscot   (Bangor Daily News, 8/23/06)

Editorial: Smoke and Boilers   (Bangor Daily News, 8/23/06)

Buried dam doubles Mantle Lake cleanup cost   (Bangor Daily News, 8/23/06)

Opinion: Lawsuit opens a window on New England's climate future   (Portland Press Herald, 8/23/06)

Nation's berry growers take notes in Maine   (Kennebec Journal, 8/23/06)

Study: Plum Creek would stress emergency services   (Kennebec Journal, 8/22/06)

Report addresses MTBE case; remedies offered for tainted well   (Bangor Daily News, 8/22/06)

BEP permit denial latest setback for Salisbury Cove pier   (Bangor Daily News, 8/22/06)

Maine Farm Days returning to Clinton   (Kennebec Journal, 8/21/06)

Management grants save rare ecosystems   (Kennebec Journal, 8/21/06)

Going green? Pass on grass   (Portland Press Herald, 8/21/06)

Editorial: 'Sudden oak death' disease shouldn't be given toehold here   (Portland Press Herald, 8/21/06)

Editorial: Plum Creek analysis a welcome aid to debate   (Portland Press Herald, 8/21/06)

Three Blaine House hopefuls divided on LNG   (Bangor Daily News, 8/21/06)

Grow a garden right outside your kitchen door and reap the benefits   (Portland Press Herald, 8/20/06)

LNG: 'fuel of the future,' Castine audience told   (Bangor Daily News, 8/19/06)

Nearly 10,000 take advantage of season passes to Maine parks   (Bangor Daily News, 8/19/06)

Effort to raise awareness for keeping the Cobbossee watershed clean   (Kennebec Journal, 8/17/06)

Plum Creek impacts detailed   (Bangor Daily News, 8/17/06)

Group pushes to stop aerial pesticide spraying   (Bangor Daily News, 8/17/06)

Editorial: Half-million Americans own hybrid gas-electric cars  (Brunswick Times Record, 8/16/06)

Northeastern States Announce Progress In Greenhouse Gas Initiative   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/16/06)

Plan to curb pollution moves forward   (Bangor Daily News, 8/16/06)

Don't confuse Swan Island with Swans Island   (Portland Press Herald, 8/15/06)

Shrinking the carbon footprint   (Portland Press Herald, 8/15/06)

Residents suggest Allagash oversight   (Bangor Daily News, 8/15/06)

Anti-LNG group plans auction fundraiser   (Bangor Daily News, 8/15/06)

Task force takes a look at Allagash   (Bangor Daily News, 8/15/06)

Millinocket neighbors say wood-burning units emit too much smoke, ash   (Bangor Daily News, 8/15/06)

Opinion: Outdoor wood boilers a serious lung health hazard   (Bangor Daily News, 8/15/06)

Legal muscle lined up for Plum Creek battle   (Portland Press Herald, 8/14/06)

Largest colony of Atlantic Puffins in the United States   (Portland Press Herald, 8/14/06)

Residents cool to idea of an Allagash board   (Bangor Daily News, 8/14/06)

Meeting Sears Island Initiative's challenges   (Bangor Daily News, 8/14/06)

Whippoorwills in Maine   (Bangor Daily News, 8/14/06)

Opinion: Fort Halifax dam decision   (Kennebec Journal, 8/14/06)

Editorial: Energy alternatives essential to stable economy   (Portland Press Herald, 8/12/06)

Ecological Impact Of Dams Being Re-Evaluated   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/11/06)

Allagash panel sets County hearings, visit to waterway   (Bangor Daily News, 8/11/06)

Opinion: Natural resources, small business   (Bangor Daily News, 8/11/06)

Herbicides' impact on base seen as minimal   (Portland Press Herald, 8/11/06)

Just off Maine's busy coast, a serene world of seabirds awaits   (Portland Press Herald, 8/10/06)

Opinion: Don't let fear guide views of nuclear power   (Portland Press Herald, 8/10/06)

Marsh-mall panel reviews Wal-Mart plan   (Bangor Daily News, 8/10/06)

Editorial: Reducing America's oil consumption is necessary to solve the longer-term problem of our limited supply   (Bangor Daily News, 8/10/06)

Coastal land trust wraps up campaign   (Portland Press Herald, 8/9/06)

Editorial: Protecting Maine's coast, one million-dollar chunk at a time   (Portland Press Herald, 8/9/06)

Editorial: Prudhoe Bay more reason to build windmills   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 7/29/06)

Opinion: Protect some wild places with limited public access   (Kennebec Journal, 8/9/06)

Trust raises $100M for conservation   (Bangor Daily News, 8/9/06)

River Coalition on brink of closing its doors   (Bangor Daily News, 8/9/06)

Over A Hundred Million Raised For Conservation   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/8/06)

Charges unlikely in Allagash incursion   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 8/8/06)

Cultivating chestnuts   (Portland Press Herald, 8/8/06)

AMC buys its second sporting camp   (Portland Press Herald, 8/8/06)

Opting for a safe, secure energy future   (Portland Press Herald, 8/8/06)

Editorial: Trans-Atlantic emissions trading program   (Bangor Daily News, 8/8/06)

Editorial: Fort Halifax Dam: SOS can't stop the unstoppable   (Kennebec Journal, 8/6/06)

Scat-sniffing dog helps scientists study right whale population   (Bangor Daily News, 8/7/06)

Opinion: Whole Bay Study confirms LNG opponents' arguments   (Bangor Daily News, 8/7/06)

Company will install about 100 solar water heating systems   (Kennebec Journal, 8/6/06)

Editorial: Why we editorialize about fuel conservation and report about gas-guzzling NASCAR racing   (Kennebec Journal, 8/6/06)

Lakeside residents play big parts in loon drama   (Portland Press Herald, 8/6/06)

Opinion: Setting the course for sustainable, authentic development   (Portland Press Herald, 8/6/06)

Enforcers protect clam industry   (Portland Press Herald, 8/6/06)

On brink of wind energy   (Portland Press Herald, 8/6/06)

Editorial: Disclose potentially harmful ingredients in pesticides that are now kept secret   (Kennebec Journal, 8/5/06)

Glenburn gets grant to stop erosion at lake   (Bangor Daily News, 8/5/06)

Gas testing at Pine Tree Landfill wrapping up   (Bangor Daily News, 8/5/06)

Opinion: Sears Island should be fully protected   (Bangor Daily News, 8/5/06)

Proposed Regulations Aimed at Conserving Water   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/3/06)

Wind Farm Proposal Draws Mixed Reactions from Area Residents   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 8/3/06)

Wind-power site takes shape at crest of N. Maine ridge   (Associated Press, 8/4/06)

Wind farm testimony offers different spins   (Portland Press Herald, 8/4/06)

Editorial: Politics of climate change take a hopeful turn   (Portland Press Herald, 8/4/06)

Two million dollars in federal funds to Maine to support habitat protection partnerships   (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 8/4/06)

Right whale dead; ship strike suspected   (The Quoddy Tides , 8/4/06)

Residents turn out for visit by FERC to proposed LNG site   (The Quoddy Tides , 8/4/06)

ISA outbreak hits Grand Manan pens; salmon kill ordered   (The Quoddy Tides , 8/4/06)

Water withdrawal regulation plan opposed as too costly, confusing   (Bangor Daily News, 8/4/06)

Tainted well pits couple vs. DEP   (Bangor Daily News, 8/4/06)

Recycling committee looking for fiscally sound improvements   (Bangor Daily News, 8/4/06)

Wind project whips up debate   (Portland Press Herald, 8/3/06)

Farmland trust launches Web site   (Bangor Daily News, 8/3/06)

Editorial: Mandatory speed limit along three areas of the East Coast to reduce what are called ship strikes   (Bangor Daily News, 8/3/06)

Plum Creek review may be delayed Developer says it cannot tell state officials terms of conservation plan   (Bangor Daily News, 8/3/06)

States to EPA: Label all hazards in pesticides   (Associated Press, 8/2/06)

Commission to recommend waste management policies to Legislature   (Bangor Daily News, 8/2/06)

Environmental permits needed for proposed Walmart Supercenter in Bangor   (Bangor Daily News, 8/2/06)

Mousam River gets a checkup   (Portland Press Herald, 8/2/06)

Opinion: For clean air, wind farm looks good   (Portland Press Herald, 8/2/06)

Hearings this week target wind farm plan   (Kennebec Journal, 8/1/06)

Editorial: We must cut energy costs by conserving   (Kennebec Journal, 8/1/06)

Data collected at landfill: Amount and direction of escaping gases monitored   (Bangor Daily News, 8/1/06)

Win-win situation for Penobscot River proves a loss for Howland landowner   (Bangor Daily News, 8/1/06)

Opinion: Maine and global warming are linked   (Bangor Daily News, 8/1/06)

MDI Biological Laboratory turning 'green' over building   (Bangor Daily News, 7/31/06)

Opinion: Step up to the energy debate   (Bangor Daily News, 7/31/06)

Blaine House hopefuls back alternative energy   (Portland Press Herald, 7/31/06)

Editorial: Cleaner air ought to be a priority for EPA   (Portland Press Herald, 7/31/06)

Opinion: Wind farm site threatens wilderness   (Portland Press Herald, 7/31/06)

Editorial: Ensuring a future for Maine's dairy farms   (Kennebec Journal, 7/30/06)

Opinion: Wind farm presents state with timely, clean energy choice   (Portland Press Herald, 7/30/06)

Opinion: Keep Maine from accepting nuclear waste   (Portland Press Herald, 7/30/06)

Editorial: Redington wind farm a step toward Maine's energy future   (Portland Press Herald, 7/29/06)

Windmill to be installed at Saco's wastewater treatment plant   (Portland Press Herald, 7/29/06)

Kennebec Estuary encompasses more than 9,000 acres of rich wetland habitat  (Brunswick Times Record, 7/28/06)

Study of Songbirds Finds High Levels of Mercury   (New York Times, 7/28/06)

Rep. Tom Allen: Report Confirms Bush Administration and Congressional “Dereliction” in Enforcement of the Clean Air Act   (Rep. Tom Allen, 7/28/06)

Breaching of the Sandy River Dam designed to restore salmon   (Kennebec Journal, 7/28/06)

Major decrease in Maine's park use   (Kennebec Journal, 7/28/06)

EPA slow to finish rules on air toxins   (Portland Press Herald, 7/28/06)

Attendance plummets at Baxter, Acadia claim   (Portland Press Herald, 7/28/06)

Ketch built in rain forest heading for Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 7/28/06)

Editorial: Maine not coy about banning invasive species   (Portland Press Herald, 7/28/06)

Editorial: 'No dumping zone' a step toward healthy Casco Bay   (Portland Press Herald, 7/28/06)

Opinion: Turns out there's a real climate-change debate still going on   (Portland Press Herald, 7/28/06)

Environmentalists urge reduced wind farm   (Kennebec Journal, 7/27/06)

Deal would doom wind farm project, developers claim   (Portland Press Herald, 7/27/06)

Senate leaves open possibility of drilling in the Gulf of Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 7/27/06)

Wind Farm Project Not Endorsed by Environmentalists   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/26/06)

Oil Drilling Legislation Debated in the U.S. Senate   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/26/06)

Snowe, Collins to vote against oil drilling in Gulf of Maine   (Kennebec Journal, 7/26/06)

Officials defend seizure of koi fish from restaurant   (Portland Press Herald, 7/26/06)

Editorial: Don't let Senate drilling bill open the wrong door   (Portland Press Herald, 7/26/06)

Sears Island issues prompt shoreline access questions   (Bangor Daily News, 7/26/06)

Body of dead right whale examined at Campobello   (Bangor Daily News, 7/26/06)

Eels, too, need safe downstream passage   (Morning Sentinel, 7/25/06)

Preservationists challenge development need for Sears island   (Waldo Independent, 7/25/06)

HoltraChem cleanup proceeds   (Bangor Daily News, 7/25/06)

Restoring park trails in Acadia   (Bangor Daily News, 7/25/06)

Mercury cleanup progresses into new phase   (Portland Press Herald, 7/25/06)

Fishing stakes are high   (Portland Press Herald, 7/25/06)

Maine fishermen divided on national fishing policies   (Associated Press, 7/25/06)

Public input about current rules for spraying to control browntail moths  (Brunswick Times Record, 7/24/06)

Poland Springs bottling company seeks to expand western Maine operations   (Bangor Daily News, 7/24/06)

Redington Wind plan stirs up environmental conflict   (Portland Press Herald, 7/24/06)

Visitors get a chance to see what life's really like down on the farm   (Portland Press Herald, 7/24/06)

Chewonki wants to go distance with new coastal trail   (Portland Press Herald, 7/24/06)

Editorial: Responsible boaters don't spread weeds   (Portland Press Herald, 7/24/06)

Tidal energy, fish habitat at odds in debate   (Kennebec Journal, 7/24/06)

Editorial: It's time to close Rt. 27 boat launch   (Kennebec Journal, 7/24/06)

Poland Springs bottling company seeks to expand western Maine operations   (Bangor Daily News, 7/24/06)

Retiree turns commercial organic hops farmer   (Bangor Daily News, 7/24/06)

Opinion: Increase the cost of vehicle fuel   (Bangor Daily News, 7/24/06)

DIF & W scours lake in Sullivan   (Bangor Daily News, 7/24/06)

Mainers find new ways to ward off mosquitoes   (Kennebec Journal, 7/23/06)

Editorial: Serious business behind the fun of Open Farm Day   (Kennebec Journal, 7/23/06)

Become a Habitat Steward and learn the consequences of your actions   (Portland Press Herald, 7/23/06)

Editorial: Use standard set of rules for testing lake water   (Portland Press Herald, 7/23/06)

Opinion: Answering call for permanent conservation at Moosehead   (Portland Press Herald, 7/23/06)

Opinion: Gulf of Maine fishery deserves better than this   (Portland Press Herald, 7/23/06)

Editorial: Loons face invisible dangers   (Kennebec Journal, 7/23/06)

Boater sewage banned in bay   (Portland Press Herald, 7/22/06)

Life in a tidal pool   (Portland Press Herald, 7/23/06)

Open Farm Day to feature nearly 100 sites   (Portland Press Herald, 7/21/06)

Maine Audubon chooses Educator of the Year   (Bangor Daily News, 7/21/06)

Drainage concerns critics of Bangor Walmart project   (Bangor Daily News, 7/21/06)

Greenville awaits landfill ruling   (Bangor Daily News, 7/21/06)

Georges Pond Feud Imperils Aquatic Life   (Ellsworth American, 7/20/06)

New rules about how much water farmers and water districts can draw down   (Ellsworth American, 7/20/06)

Trust gets easement to protect Oxford pond   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 7/20/06)

Experts: New Messalonskee Lake boat ramp may slow milfoil   (Kennebec Journal, 7/20/06)

Tests on Crystal Lake water no sure thing   (Portland Press Herald, 7/20/06)

Bath preserve ensures public access   (Portland Press Herald, 7/20/06)

Editorial: The biggest single threat to Acadia Park   (Bangor Daily News, 7/20/06)

Opinion: Maybe Plum Creek's vision will bring economic vitality back to Greenville   (Bangor Daily News, 7/20/06)

Whaling vote seen as first step in an environmental tragedy  (Brunswick Times Record, 7/19/06)

Opinion: Challenges facing Maine's fishing families are complex and daunting  (Brunswick Times Record, 7/19/06)

Baldacci opposes temporary radioactive storage   (Portland Press Herald, 7/19/06)

Lawmaker apologizes for latest Allagash rift   (Portland Press Herald, 7/19/06)

Editorial: Oil drilling ban still makes sense   (Kennebec Journal, 7/19/06)

Freeport's Quarry Woods to be preserved under conservation easement   (Portland Press Herald, 7/19/06)

Kennebec tidal flow an energy source?   (Portland Press Herald, 7/18/06)

Editorial: Make more nuke plants, fuel storage site top priorities   (Portland Press Herald, 7/18/06)

Seven ways to experience Maine through local food   (Associated Press, 7/18/06)

Cony Envirothon Team hopes to dig pay dirt in Manitoba   (Kennebec Journal, 7/18/06)

Editorial: Can we trust the feds on nuclear waste?   (Kennebec Journal, 7/18/06)

Martin sorry for Allagash incident   (Bangor Daily News, 7/18/06)

Editorial: Overfishing is exacerbated because millions of pounds of fish are discarded   (Bangor Daily News, 7/18/06)

Lawmakers explain Allagash road clearing   (Associated Press, 7/18/06)

Senator Martin Apologizes for Allagash Incident   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/17/06)

Whale swims free after it is untangled   (Portland Press Herald, 7/17/06)

Ganging up to stop invaders   (Portland Press Herald, 7/17/06)

Editorial: Panel should push for real ethics reform   (Portland Press Herald, 7/17/06)

Few loon plate drivers use free pass to parks   (Bangor Daily News, 7/17/06)

Rescuers free whale entangled in rope   (Bangor Daily News, 7/17/06)

Eat locally with community agriculture   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 7/17/06)

Could Maine Yankee become a regional nuclear waste site?   (Portland Press Herald, 7/16/06)

Diving in to count the fish   (Portland Press Herald, 7/16/06)

Even modest lifestyles can create waste   (Kennebec Journal, 7/16/06)

Opinion: Smart wind power, or not-so-smart?   (Kennebec Journal, 7/16/06)

Orono Bog boardwalk a paradise for birdwatchers   (Bangor Daily News, 7/15/06)

Editorial: Martin's provocation sunders fragile peace on the Allagash   (Portland Press Herald, 7/15/06)

Acadia group vaunts its work   (Bangor Daily News, 7/15/06)

Riverbank crew continues work on paper spill   (Bangor Daily News, 7/15/06)

Editorial: Forest Legacy Form   (Bangor Daily News, 7/15/06)

Opinion: Lawmakers RESTORED road in northern Maine   (Bangor Daily News, 7/15/06)

Editorial: When state plate's great, loon's losses loom large   (Portland Press Herald, 7/14/06)

Opinion: State's rivers focus of new respect   (Portland Press Herald, 7/14/06)

Editorial: A sneak attack on the Allagash   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 7/14/06)

Editorial: Sen. Martin: Get off that bulldozer and fight fair   (Kennebec Journal, 7/14/06)

NRCM suggests ethics panel lacks accountability   (Bangor Daily News, 7/14/06)

Landfill seeks OK to accept N.H. oily waste   (Bangor Daily News, 7/14/06)

Editorial: Allagash Roadblock   (Bangor Daily News, 7/14/06)

State Institutions Purchasing Antibiotic- Free Meat   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/13/06)

Loon plates in decline, state projects suffer   (Portland Press Herald, 7/13/06)

Saddleback gets OK for condo units, house lots   (Portland Press Herald, 7/13/06)

Editorial: North Woods parcels welcomed by state   (Portland Press Herald, 7/13/06)

Farm waste rules come up for discussion   (Kennebec Journal, 7/13/06)

Editorial: Land deals add to Maine's richness   (Kennebec Journal, 7/13/06)

Proteus and the Blueprint Project   (The Phoenix, 7/13/06)

Sears Island committee hears ownership debate   (Bangor Daily News, 7/13/06)

UM professor accepts award for climate change research   (Bangor Daily News, 7/13/06)

LNG offices, firms vandalized Down East   (Bangor Daily News, 7/13/06)

Editorial: Too Few Fish in the Sea   (Bangor Daily News, 7/13/06)

Opinion: Road repair exacerbates problems in Allagash   (Bangor Daily News, 7/13/06)

Katahdin forest, Machias River areas to be conserved   (Associated Press, 7/12/06)

Allagash action raises controversy   (Bangor Daily News, 7/12/06)

LNG fallout divides Perry town leaders   (Bangor Daily News, 7/12/06)

Scientist assails N-energy plan   (Bangor Daily News, 7/12/06)

Editorial: LURC is right to separate Plum Creek conservation agreement from application for development   (Bangor Daily News, 7/12/06)

Lawmakers repair road near Allagash   (Portland Press Herald, 7/12/06)

Forest deal to preserve 202,000 acres   (Portland Press Herald, 7/12/06)

Opinion: Plum Creek holding conservation hostage to development   (Portland Press Herald, 7/12/06)

Proposed creation of house lots and timeshare condominiums on Saddleback Mountain   (Kennebec Journal, 7/12/06)

Conservation groups give 200,000 acres to preserve   (Kennebec Journal, 7/12/06)

Legislators investigated for clearing a road to Allagash   (Kennebec Journal, 7/12/06)

Fishy situation blocks plans to rebuild Hallowell barrier   (Kennebec Journal, 7/12/06)

Editorial: We need stronger, not weaker, limits on fishing   (Kennebec Journal, 7/12/06)

Opinion: The hullabaloo surrounding the conduct of Rep. Tom Saviello   (Kennebec Journal, 7/12/06)

LURC members eye wind farm site   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 7/12/06)

Lawmakers Investigated for Bulldozing a Closed Road   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/11/06)

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Gulf of Maine Coastal Program Website Launched   (USFWS, 7/11/06)

Maine a tempting target for nuclear waste   (Kennebec Journal, 7/11/06)

Editorial: Maine air quality remains at risk   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 7/11/06)

LURC questions Plum Creek on resorts, housing   (Bangor Daily News, 7/11/06)

Libra grant to fund top fish scientist   (Portland Press Herald, 7/11/06)

Federal Proposal To Reprocess Nuclear Waste Called Dangerous   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/10/06)

Opposition to tidal project surfaces  (Brunswick Times Record, 7/10/06)

Cleanup at old mine could hit $25 million   (Portland Press Herald, 7/10/06)

Opinion: Frankenstein fish in Maine?   (Kennebec Journal, 7/10/06)

Lead paint rules draw criticism   (Bangor Daily News, 7/10/06)

Editorial: Sedentary entertainment lures Americans from nature   (Portland Press Herald, 7/10/06)

Environmental group grades lawmakers   (Associated Press, 7/9/06)

Study finds failings in fisheries restoration   (Associated Press, 7/9/06)

Growing pains in unorganized territory   (Kennebec Journal, 7/9/06)

A dozen legislators receive perfect environmental score   (Portland Press Herald, 7/9/06)

Lax regulation blamed as fish stocks lag   (Portland Press Herald, 7/9/06)

Editorial: As ozone declines, Maine breathes easier   (Portland Press Herald, 7/9/06)

Editorial: Eagles' success a cautionary tale for policymakers   (Portland Press Herald, 7/9/06)

Biodiesel plans rile neighbors   (Kennebec Journal, 7/8/06)

Editorial: Senate politics roil chemical security effort   (Portland Press Herald, 7/8/06)

On the trail of beach bacteria   (Portland Press Herald, 7/8/06)

Marsh-mall group talks about listing guidelines   (Bangor Daily News, 7/8/06)

'Pike dike' addresses fishery challenge   (Bangor Daily News, 7/8/06)

Lawmakers Graded by Environmental Group   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 7/7/06)

Studying the migratory birds of Great Duck Island   (Bangor Daily News, 7/7/06)

LURC seeking clarification of Plum Creek plan   (Bangor Daily News, 7/7/06)

Editorial: Events will turn up the heat on the climate change debate   (Bangor Daily News, 7/7/06)

Editorial: Problems caused by illegally stocked fish are hard to fix   (Bangor Daily News, 7/7/06)

Opinion: Penobscot River restoration is cause for celebration   (Bangor Daily News, 7/7/06)

Studying the migratory birds of Great Duck Island   (Bangor Daily News, 7/7/06)

Hancock Lumber earns stewardship certification for lumber yard   (Associated Press, 7/7/06)

State seeks credit for better air   (Portland Press Herald, 7/6/06)

Editorial: Can the wind deliver the promise of hydrogen?   (Portland Press Herald, 7/6/06)

A fresh look at fishing the Penobscot River   (Village Soup, 7/6/06)

Editorial: Chemical security bill flawed, but still a major step   (Kennebec Journal, 7/6/06)

Pine Tree Landfill preps for shutdown of system   (Bangor Daily News, 7/6/06)

FarmLink names new coordinator   (Bangor Daily News, 7/6/06)

DEP frustrated over 'Spitball Mountain'   (Bangor Daily News, 7/6/06)

Bacteria levels remain unsafe at Blue Hill beach   (Bangor Daily News, 7/6/06)

Editorial: Lobster population keeps growing despite record catches   (Bangor Daily News, 7/6/06)

Acadia falcons hatch   (Portland Press Herald, 7/5/06)

Senate fight threatens chemical watchdog bill   (Portland Press Herald, 7/5/06)

Pollution's effect on eagles studied   (Portland Press Herald, 7/5/06)

Bacteria count closes beach to swimming in Kennebunk   (Portland Press Herald, 7/5/06)

Young falcons flying at Acadia   (Bangor Daily News, 7/4/06)

BEP to hold hearing on state ozone   (Bangor Daily News, 7/4/06)

Damariscotta Lake Watershed group doubles holdings   (Kennebec Journal, 7/3/06)

Editorial: Georges Bank is no place for drilling rigs   (Portland Press Herald, 7/3/06)

Opinion: Setting record straight about Canada lynx   (Kennebec Journal, 7/2/06)

Editorial: Bill would promote more buses around Acadia   (Portland Press Herald, 7/2/06)

Editorial: Tidal power in Maine? Not for many moons   (Portland Press Herald, 7/1/06)

Katahdin Lake deadline extended   (Bangor Daily News, 7/1/06)

Editorial: Chestnut Trees Returning   (Bangor Daily News, 7/1/06)

Maine among first states to ban computer dumping   (Associated Press, 6/30/06)

House approves drilling 50 miles off Maine coast   (Kennebec Journal, 6/30/06)

Computers, TVs banned from dumps   (Portland Press Herald, 6/30/06)

Forum explores 'green' resources   (Bangor Daily News, 6/30/06)

Regionwide tribal coalition embraces Kyoto Protocol   (Bangor Daily News, 6/30/06)

Bucksport wind power plan generates interest   (Bangor Daily News, 6/30/06)

Editorial: Sturgeon in the Penobscot   (Bangor Daily News, 6/30/06)

Federal Court Paves the Way for Coal-Tar Cleanup   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 6/29/06)

FERC report policy riles LNG foes   (Bangor Daily News, 6/29/06)

Judge: Bangor liable for 40% of river coal-tar cleanup   (Bangor Daily News, 6/29/06)

Mound of soggy paper sitting in the Penobscot River, may soon get cleaned up   (Bangor Daily News, 6/29/06)

Plymouth Superfund site concerns raised   (Bangor Daily News, 6/29/06)

American Birding Association members visit for field trip   (Bangor Daily News, 6/29/06)

Editorial: Sustaining Maine's Green Infrastructure,   (Bangor Daily News, 6/29/06)

Opinion: Tidal power: Charting its history and future in Maine   (Kennebec Journal, 6/29/06)

Bill calls for mainland transportation to Acadia   (Portland Press Herald, 6/29/06)

Opinion: Plum Creek's new plan a better deal   (Portland Press Herald, 6/29/06)

Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust has received two $10,000 grants   (Bangor Daily News, 6/28/06)

Editorial: In a wetlands case decided recently, the Supreme court muddied the water   (Bangor Daily News, 6/28/06)

Opinion: Keep Maine safe from toxic chemicals   (Bangor Daily News, 6/28/06)

Editorial: Clean air case no reason to delay   (Portland Press Herald, 6/28/06)

Editorial: A vision for Maine's green infrastructure   (Kennebec Journal, 6/24/06)

Maine officials heartened as battle about greenhouse gases continues   (Portland Press Herald, 6/27/06)

Court to settle fight on CO2 limits   (Portland Press Herald, 6/27/06)

High Court To Hear Air Pollution Case Initiated By Twelve States Including Maine   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 6/26/06)

In Acadia, native plants returning: Park team aims to aid local species   (Bangor Daily News, 6/27/06)

Bucksport councilors to consider wind power option for industrial park   (Bangor Daily News, 6/27/06)

Allagash task force begins river management review   (Bangor Daily News, 6/27/06)

Researchers: Maine's tides could make cheap electricity   (Portland Press Herald, 6/26/06)

State proposes protection for New England cottontail   (Associated Press, 6/26/06)

Conservationists continue crusade against invasive plants   (Kennebec Journal, 6/26/06)

16 of Maine's at-risk species considered for special-protection lists   (Kennebec Journal, 6/26/06)

Sears Island preservationists prevail at meeting   (Bangor Daily News, 6/26/06)

DEP, Greenville to set landfill closure plan   (Bangor Daily News, 6/26/06)

'Experimental' fall salmon season OK'd   (Portland Press Herald, 6/25/06)

State resumes fighting hydrilla in pond   (Portland Press Herald, 6/25/06)

Editorial: Sturgeon population points to river recovery   (Portland Press Herald, 6/25/06)

Editorial: Senate fishery law rewrite a step in the right direction   (Portland Press Herald, 6/25/06)

Unlikely crusader Al Gore makes his poignant point   (Kennebec Journal, 6/24/06)

Filmgoers say Gore's movie a reminder of Earth's fragility   (Kennebec Journal, 6/24/06)

Editorial: New report highlights the contributions of woods, fields and waters to the state economy   (Portland Press Herald, 6/24/06)

Allagash task force begins its work Monday   (Bangor Daily News, 6/24/06)

Encounter with thrush fueled interest   (Bangor Daily News, 6/24/06)

Moosehorn eaglet soon to take wing   (Bangor Daily News, 6/24/06)

Juniper Ridge installs new misting system   (Bangor Daily News, 6/24/06)

Maine Island Trail cleanup project produces piles of trash   (Bangor Daily News, 6/24/06)

Salmon group has worries about pike   (Bangor Daily News, 6/24/06)

Sturgeon returning to Penobscot   (Bangor Daily News, 6/22/06)

Conservation projects use funds from voters   (Bangor Daily News, 6/22/06)

DIF&W hearings target species protection issues   (Bangor Daily News, 6/22/06)

FERC approves 5 LNG projects outside state   (Bangor Daily News, 6/22/06)

Al Gore film's Waterville debut spurs activists   (Kennebec Journal, 6/22/06)

Endangered Sturgeon Caught in Penobscot River   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 6/21/06)

Owners urged to leash dogs while hiking coastal marsh   (Portland Press Herald, 6/21/06)

Bottlers, States and the Public Slug It Out in Water War   (Washington Post , 6/12/06)

Opinion: 'Yes' to wind power -- if it's put in the right place   (Kennebec Journal, 6/18/06)

Groups criticize latest Plum Creek plan   (Portland Press Herald, 6/21/06)

Editorial: Kempthorne repudiates noxious national park vision   (Portland Press Herald, 6/21/06)

Opinion: Plum Creek's Moosehead strategy a blueprint for success?   (Portland Press Herald, 6/21/06)

Further Plum Creek revisions sought   (Bangor Daily News, 6/21/06)

All eyes on the sky as national bird-watcher convention comes to Maine   (Bangor Daily News, 6/21/06)

FERC OKs Cutler study: Engineer plans tidal power plant   (Bangor Daily News, 6/21/06)

Tomato greenhouse called Madison 'turning point'   (Bangor Daily News, 6/21/06)

Revised Plum Creek project ripped   (Kennebec Journal, 6/21/06)

Environmentalists Say Plum Creek Plan Still Unacceptable   (Maine Public Broadcasting Network, 6/20/06)

Environmental groups ask for more revisions to Plum Creek plan   (Associated Press, 6/20/06)

Salmon researchers seek government help in solving ocean mystery   (Associated Press, 6/20/06)

Group urges opponents of $150 million wind farm to reconsider position   (Portland Press Herald, 6/20/06)

Editorial: Fishing fleet buyout is no silver bullet   (Portland Press Herald, 6/20/06)

Endangered species hearing set for Bangor   (Bangor Daily News, 6/20/06)

Nonprofit voices support for wind farm   (Bangor Daily News, 6/20/06)

Backwoods dumping a growing issue   (Bangor Daily News, 6/20/06)

Editorial: Compliance with federal ozone standards   (Bangor Daily News, 6/20/06)

Environmentalists Criticized for Opposing Wind Project   (Maine Public Radio, 6/19/06)

Backlogged park maintenance eased, but list keeps growing   (Associated Press, 6/19/06)

NJ files petition challenging EPA mercury rules   (Associated Press, 6/19/06)

State parks need repairs, maintenance, report says   (Associated Press, 6/19/06)

Buyout program may lure fishermen to quit   (Portland Press Herald, 6/19/06)

State parks need a shot of green   (Portland Press Herald, 6/18/06)

Editorial: Energy settlement shows need for conservation   (Portland Press Herald, 6/18/06)

Opinion: Ecosystem-based management needed to protect our oceans   (Portland Press Herald, 6/18/06)

Editorial: Scoring Baldacci's record on the environment   (Kennebec Journal, 6/17/06)

Collecting toxic waste from homes   (Kennebec Journal, 6/17/06)

Eagles among creatures thriving at Pushaw   (Bangor Daily News, 6/17/06)

Group working on review of groundwater regulations   (Bangor Daily News, 6/17/06)

American Birding Association's annual convention in Bangor   (Bangor Daily News, 6/17/06)

Editorial: In Freeport, groups want to put an end to idling   (Portland Press Herald, 6/15/06)

Mainers mobilize for piping plover count   (Portland Press Herald, 6/14/06)

Parks' impact: $95 million   (Portland Press Herald, 6/14/06)

Opinion: Will chemical security be anti-terror priority?   (Portland Press Herald, 6/14/06)

Land access task force releases suggestions   (Bangor Daily News, 6/14/06)

Editorial: Chemical Security   (Bangor Daily News, 6/14/06)

Lung group claims new air hazard   (Portland Press Herald, 6/13/06)

Editorial: Take care not to create problem bears   (Portland Press Herald, 6/13/06)

Plan to temporarily shut down part of Pine Tree Landfill's gas extraction system   (Bangor Daily News, 6/13/06)

Editorial: Vision and hard work brings back Cobbossee Lake   (Kennebec Journal, 6/13/06)

Lung Association Warns of Pollution from Outdoor Wood Boilers   (Maine Public Radio, 6/12/06)

Sea Urchin Industry Seeking a Comeback   (Maine Public Radio, 6/12/06)

Editorial: We need wind power to fight global warming   (Kennebec Journal, 6/12/06)

Opinion: Reducing Maine's dependence on electricity made from fossil fuels   (Portland Press Herald, 6/12/06)

LNG opposition draws strength from varied sources   (Bangor Daily News, 6/12/06)

The LNG Question: Does Liquefied Natural Gas Have a Viable Future in Maine?   (Bangor Daily News, 6/12/06)

Hearing proves Penjajawoc issue still subject of some confusion   (Bangor Daily News, 6/12/06)

Editorial: Growth is good, but unmanaged growth is not   (Kennebec Journal, 6/11/06)

Cobbossee Lake goes in right direction   (Kennebec Journal, 6/11/06)

Editorial: LURC decisions show focus on remoteness   (Portland Press Herald, 6/11/06)

Is Burnt Jacket ruling a clue for Plum Creek?   (Portland Press Herald, 6/11/06)

Greenhouse aims to grow tasty tomatoes   (Portland Press Herald, 6/11/06)

Kittery to vote on mosquito eradication plan   (Portland Press Herald, 6/10/06)

Cutler diesel oil spill contained   (Bangor Daily News, 6/9/06)

LURC rejects utility line permit for project along Schoodic Lake   (Bangor Daily News, 6/9/06)

Editorial: Sears Island Opportunity   (Bangor Daily News, 6/9/06)

Freedom voters back wind turbine project   (Kennebec Journal, 6/8/06)

Sierra Club urging Freeport to post anti-bus idling signs   (Portland Press Herald, 6/8/06)

Opinion: Keep Wolfe's Neck Farm as a working farm   (Portland Press Herald, 6/8/06)

Burnt Jacket LLC development denied   (Bangor Daily News, 6/8/06)

Protecting Great Pond and Lower Penobscot Forest   (Bangor Daily News, 6/8/06)

Maine Consumers Appear To Be Conserving Electricity   (Maine Public Radio, 6/7/06)

Opinion: National Animal ID System intrusive  (Brunswick Times Record, 6/7/06)

No canned tuna, magazine warns pregnant women   (CNN, 6/6/06)

Visitor harm to Cadillac Mountain a key concern   (Bangor Daily News, 6/6/06)

Opinion: Burnt Jacket LLC's rezoning proposal   (Bangor Daily News, 6/6/06)

Editorial: Baldacci's veto for the people   (Kennebec Journal, 6/6/06)

Opinion: What's the best way to save endangered species?   (Kennebec Journal, 6/6/06)

Farmers share meals, ideas to preserve their way of life   (Portland Press Herald, 6/6/06)

Opinion: The Penobscot and the Presumpscot: A tale of two rivers   (Portland Press Herald, 6/6/06)

Fish and game club funds record number of pupils to learn about outdoors   (Bangor Daily News, 6/5/06)

Hikers brave rain to tour Acadia park paths   (Bangor Daily News, 6/5/06)

Portland tour shows off majestic trees rooted in history   (Portland Press Herald, 6/4/06)

Truck fueled almost exclusively by discarded vegetable oil   (Portland Press Herald, 6/3/06)

Salmon restoration hands-on for some   (Bangor Daily News, 6/3/06)

DEP says all counties meeting ozone standards   (Bangor Daily News, 6/3/06)

Mall-marsh area preservation discussed   (Bangor Daily News, 6/3/06)

Horseshoe crabs focus of trip   (Bangor Daily News, 6/3/06)

Panel rejects house lot plan on Moosehead   (Portland Press Herald, 6/2/06)

Fishery waste has conservation group concerned   (Kennebec Journal, 6/2/06)

Editorial: Weighing benefits of Plum Creek's conservation plan   (Kennebec Journal, 6/2/06)

LURC staff pans Beaver Cove plan   (Bangor Daily News, 6/2/06)

Opinion: Protecting a natural treasure in Orland   (Bangor Daily News, 6/2/06)

Experts stress need for east-west highway   (Bangor Daily News, 6/2/06)

Conservationists Say Heavy Fishing "Bycatch" Unacceptable   (Maine Public Radio, 6/1/06)

LURC Prepares to Vote on Timberland Issue   (Maine Public Radio, 6/1/06)

Long-awaited Sears Island Planning Initiative   (Waldo Independent, 6/1/06)

Penobscot restoration participants still upbeat   (Bangor Daily News, 6/1/06)

Superfund site in Plymouth can't be cleaned up, EPA says   (Bangor Daily News, 6/1/06)

River group seeks more federal aid   (Bangor Daily News, 6/1/06)

Bitterns thrill birdwatchers   (Bangor Daily News, 6/1/06)

Water from at least 80 private wells in York county undrinkable   (Portland Press Herald, 6/1/06)

Editorial: One of the biggest natural threats to the state's freshwater resources remains Eurasian milfoil   (Portland Press Herald, 6/1/06)

Key step taken in pact to remove Penobscot dams   (Portland Press Herald, 6/1/06)

Groups say Penobscot fish plan succeeding   (Kennebec Journal, 6/1/06)

Mahoosuc Mountains range has a new 42-mile backpacking trail   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 6/1/06)

Al Gore Sounds Global Warming Alert   (MPBN: All Things Considered, 6/1/06)

Brunswick neighborhood's efforts to encourage recycling  (Brunswick Times Record, 5/31/06)

Senate energy bill is a smart road map to the future   (Portland Press Herald, 5/31/06)

Three dams to getpower upgrades along Penobscot   (Bangor Daily News, 5/31/06)

Baldacci mulls veto for petition bill   (Bangor Daily News, 5/31/06)

Sears Island uses floated 60 participate in feisty forum   (Bangor Daily News, 5/31/06)

Editorial: Fund Forest Legacy   (Bangor Daily News, 5/31/06)

Increasing popularity of boating on the lakes has meant more environmental dangers   (Portland Press Herald, 5/30/06)

Summer camps worry about mosquitoes, thanks to Triple-E   (Associated Press, 5/29/06)

Sell the gas guzzler? Do some math first   (Portland Press Herald, 5/29/06)

Opinion: Maine's greenhouse vegetable production will nearly double with a 23-acre complex   (Kennebec Journal, 5/29/06)

Salmon advocates reach out to children to preserve fish stocks   (Bangor Daily News, 5/29/06)

Opinion: Traditional guiding in a quality environment   (Bangor Daily News, 5/29/06)

Driving style has big impact on gas mileage   (Associated Press, 5/28/06)

Worrisome levels of dioxin in lobster tomalley   (Portland Press Herald, 5/28/06)

Editorial: Protecting species is responsible stewardship   (Portland Press Herald, 5/28/06)

Plan would use tidal river to generate power   (Associated Press, 5/27/06)

Birds, watchers flock to birding festival   (Bangor Daily News, 5/27/06)

EPA lauds Corinna cleanup as ideal   (Bangor Daily News, 5/27/06)

EPA may file waiver for Plymouth site   (Bangor Daily News, 5/27/06)

Group aims to quash revised plan for Plum Creek project   (Portland Press Herald, 5/26/06)

180-mile ski hut system OK'd   (Kennebec Journal, 5/26/06)

Meat-product makers defend Pleasant Pond water quality   (Kennebec Journal, 5/26/06)

Floating down to clean up the Presumpscot   (Portland Press Herald, 5/25/06)

DIF&W urges additions, cut to endangered listing   (Bangor Daily News, 5/25/06)

Land-use Referendum Approved by Legislature   (Ellsworth American, 5/25/06)

Maine receives high marks for school bus pollution   (Associated Press, 5/25/06)

Sportsmen Poll Says Nation’s Energy Policy “Is on the Wrong Track”   (Natural Resources Council of Maine, 5/24/06)

Editorial: Veto bill that will dramatically curb the ability of citizens to control development   (Kennebec Journal, 5/24/06)

Decision expected on Beaver Cove subdivision   (Bangor Daily News, 5/24/06)

Now open: a natural jewel, Walden Parke Preserve   (Bangor Daily News, 5/24/06)

Schoolchildren on MDI dabble in water ecology   (Bangor Daily News, 5/24/06)

Fishing industry losses in spotlight   (Bangor Daily News, 5/24/06)

Opinion: United States needs to pick up its implementation to use renewable energies   (Bangor Daily News, 5/24/06)

Juniper Ridge Landfill in full operation, mixing process complete   (Bangor Daily News, 5/24/06)

Opinion: In Maine, we have witnessed the benefits of the Clean Water Act   (Portland Press Herald, 5/24/06)

Survey Finds Climate Change a Concern of Hunters and Anglers   (Maine Public Radio, 5/23/06)

TU report calls Maine brook trout stronghold   (Bangor Daily News, 5/23/06)

Former mine in Brooksville subject of Superfund investigation   (Bangor Daily News, 5/23/06)

Osprey removal from pole causes stir   (Bangor Daily News, 5/23/06)

In Maine, It's Not Easy Being "Green" When You're in the Junk Business   (Maine Public Radio, 5/22/06)

Volunteers clean up Penobscot   (Bangor Daily News, 5/22/06)

Towns' farmers' markets ready for opening week   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 5/22/06)

Opinion: Global warming should be issue of next election   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 5/22/06)

Editorial: It's important to save farmland and farmers in Maine   (Kennebec Journal, 5/21/06)

Event celebrates the revival of the Kennebec River's herring, and the 1999 demolition of Edwards Dam   (Kennebec Journal, 5/21/06)

Litchfield to mull what to do with farm waste water   (Kennebec Journal, 5/21/06)

Floodwater threatens coastal wildlife   (Portland Press Herald, 5/21/06)

Opinion: Our waters and the wildlife that depend on them are at risk   (Portland Press Herald, 5/21/06)

Editorial: House should work to improve fishery act rewrite   (Portland Press Herald, 5/20/06)

Down East group protests Calais bridge project   (Bangor Daily News, 5/20/06)

Blue Hill mine cleanup ordered   (Bangor Daily News, 5/20/06)

Opposition Mounts over Proposed Site of International Bridge   (Maine Public Radio, 5/19/06)

Big biomass boiler bust   (Portland Phoenix, 5/19/06)

Kingfield turns back moratorium targeting Poland Spring   (Associated Press, 5/19/06)

Farmers' markets energize Maine   (Bangor Daily News, 5/19/06)

Eagle cam lets viewers watch nature's drama in Maine nest   (Bangor Daily News, 5/19/06)

Editorial: Organic and Wal-Mart   (Bangor Daily News, 5/19/06)

River dumps flood trash on beaches   (Portland Press Herald, 5/19/06)

Editorial: Sappi should seek solutions in fish fight   (Portland Press Herald, 5/19/06)

Volunteers cleaning up the shoreline and marsh areas of Portland's Back Cove   (Portland Press Herald, 5/19/06)

American Eel May Be Heading for Endangered Species List   (Maine Public Radio, 5/18/06)

Maine land conservation projects to share $12 million in funding   (Portland Press Herald, 5/18/06)

Runoff, red tide threaten shellfish   (Portland Press Herald, 5/18/06)

Fishing bill gets House panel OK   (Portland Press Herald, 5/18/06)

Festival hails rebound of Kennebec river, fish numbers   (Kennebec Journal, 5/18/06)

Fayette farm picked for preservation   (Kennebec Journal, 5/18/06)

Aroostook group sticks with salmon restoration   (Bangor Daily News, 5/18/06)

Penobscot environmentalist honored by national council   (Bangor Daily News, 5/18/06)

Poland Spring Faces Opposition to Expansion Plans   (Maine Public Radio, 5/17/06)

State designates $12M for land conservation   (Bangor Daily News, 5/17/06)

County backs revised Plum Creek plan   (Bangor Daily News, 5/17/06)

Landfill proposes brief gas system shutdown   (Bangor Daily News, 5/17/06)

Finances at issue in LNG dispute   (Bangor Daily News, 5/17/06)

Beaches hosting more harp seals   (Portland Press Herald, 5/17/06)

Opinion: Cleansed and ready to fulfill its promise, the Kennebec River ties our history and future together   (Kennebec Journal, 5/17/06)

Environmentalists Condemn Attempt to Overturn New Fishing Regulations   (Maine Public Radio, 5/16/06)

High court backs state in dam case   (Portland Press Herald, 5/16/06)

Environmental risks mount as York County waters rise   (Portland Press Herald, 5/16/06)

Opinion: Why risk a partnership that has cleaned up our waters?   (Kennebec Journal, 5/16/06)

Locally farm-raised pork is gaining a foothold in the Maine market   (Bangor Daily News, 5/16/06)

Smelt farm promising for fisheries   (Bangor Daily News, 5/16/06)

Scientists warn of hemlock parasite   (Bangor Daily News, 5/16/06)

Supreme Court Rejects SAPPI's Discharge Argument   (Maine Public Radio, 5/15/06)

System of trails, huts moves ahead in western Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 5/15/06)

Editorial: Saving the last of the brook trout   (Kennebec Journal, 5/15/06)

Population boom's effects on environment focus of talk   (Bangor Daily News, 5/15/06)

Sears Island planning panel to meet May 30   (Bangor Daily News, 5/15/06)

Birds are back, festival to follow Warblers   (Bangor Daily News, 5/15/06)

Editorial: New DEP permits a clear win for the Androscoggin River   (Portland Press Herald, 5/15/06)

Editorial: Researchers have found that mothers now pass along to children the legacy of decades of use of potentially toxic industrial chemicals   (Kennebec Journal, 5/15/06)

New Munjoy Hill school eco-friendly   (Portland Press Herald, 5/13/06)

Regulators clear way to remove Sandy River dam   (Portland Press Herald, 5/13/06)

Editorial: Controlling greenhouse gases from the ground up   (Portland Press Herald, 5/13/06)

Brunswick lands EPA grant  (Brunswick Times Record, 5/13/06)

State seeks to speed up cleanup of Androscoggin   (Associated Press, 5/12/06)

Vernal pool protection now state law   (Kennebec Journal, 5/12/06)

Energy program has helped businesses save $4.6 million   (Kennebec Journal, 5/12/06)

Mainers' love of SUVs persists   (Portland Press Herald, 5/12/06)

Permit could lead to the siting of as many as 100 hydroelectric generators in the Penobscot River   (Ellsworth American, 5/12/06)

Editorial: Tidal Energy Rises Again   (Bangor Daily News, 5/12/06)

DEP seeks tougher mill discharge rules   (Bangor Daily News, 5/12/06)

Stringent Pollution Controls Proposed for Papermills   (Maine Public Radio, 5/11/06)

Survey Shows Impact of Gas Prices on Car Buyers   (Maine Public Radio, 5/11/06)

Gathering focuses on global warming threat   (Portland Press Herald, 5/11/06)

Global warming's effects on Maine examined   (Bangor Daily News, 5/11/06)

State official questions LNG pier sites   (Bangor Daily News, 5/11/06)

Groups post comments on FERC Web site   (Bangor Daily News, 5/11/06)

Tidal energy project eyed for river   (Bangor Daily News, 5/11/06)

Spiraling costs wallop Maine farms   (Bangor Daily News, 5/11/06)

State official questions LNG pier sites   (Bangor Daily News, 5/11/06)

Maine Climate Change Conference   (Maine Public Radio, 5/10/06)

Mulch company fined for clearing 5 acres near Milford without a permit   (Bangor Daily News, 5/10/06)

Farmers receive grants   (Kennebec Journal, 5/10/06)

Researcher Recommends Tidal Power for Maine   (Maine Public Radio, 5/9/06)

Briefing to reveal tidal power plan - Project seeks to harness Eastport tides   (Bangor Daily News, 5/9/06)

Union Trust to give $25,000 to Maine's state parks   (Bangor Daily News, 5/9/06)

Bangor's first forester retires after planting 812,809 trees in 42 years   (Bangor Daily News, 5/9/06)

Tribe's LNG meetings remain closed, court rules   (Bangor Daily News, 5/9/06)

ATV drivers face new penalties   (Portland Press Herald, 5/9/06)

Editorial: The day we fill up our landfills is already upon us   (Kennebec Journal, 5/9/06)

Court Sides With Tribe On LNG Documents   (Maine Public Radio, 5/8/06)

Cottontail Rabbits Could Be Headed For Listing   (Maine Public Radio, 5/8/06)

Making a purchase at a farmers' market is a win-win for all involved   (Portland Press Herald, 5/7/06)

Nature cams hook viewers   (Portland Press Herald, 5/7/06)

Editorial: Regional LNG site review is a better approach   (Portland Press Herald, 5/7/06)

Opinion: All Mainers have stake in Plum Creek as public caretakers   (Portland Press Herald, 5/7/06)

Tom's of Maine receives annual EPA Merit Award   (Portland Press Herald, 5/6/06)

Maine is brookies' last stronghold   (Bangor Daily News, 5/6/06)

Bittern provides distinctive vocalization   (Bangor Daily News, 5/6/06)

Penobscot Nation official receives environmental honor   (Bangor Daily News, 5/6/06)

Fly fishers sponsoring statewide spring cleanup   (Bangor Daily News, 5/6/06)

Tons of trash bagged at MDI   (Bangor Daily News, 5/5/06)

BEP OKs debris burning curbs   (Bangor Daily News, 5/5/06)

Efforts to protect Maine's watersheds receive infusion of federal assistance   (Kennebec Journal, 5/5/06)

Rep. Tom Allen Pushes Administration to Raise Fuel Economy Standards at Hearing   (U.S. Representative Tom Allen, 5/4/06)

New law puts restrictions on debris burning   (Portland Press Herald, 5/4/06)

Lawmakers urge regional approach to siting LNG terminals   (Portland Press Herald, 5/4/06)

Sustainable Portland Task Force established   (Portland Phoenix, 5/4/06)

Support surges for wind power plan   (Kennebec Journal, 5/4/06)

Audubon center sets free area bird walks   (Bangor Daily News, 5/4/06)

Maine's Trout Population Strongest in the Eastern U.S.   (Maine Public Radio, 5/3/06)

Maine among states suing over fuel rules   (Portland Press Herald, 5/3/06)

Red tide fears expand shellfishing closures   (Portland Press Herald, 5/3/06)

Fate of littlest eaglet up in the air   (Portland Press Herald, 5/3/06)

Tidal power, LNG floated for Cutler   (Bangor Daily News, 5/3/06)

First lady to help open new farmers' market   (Kennebec Journal, 5/3/06)

States Sue Federal Government Over Vehicle Emission Standards   (Maine Public Radio, 5/2/06)

Invasive Northern Pike Threatening Sebago Salmon   (Maine Public Radio, 5/2/06)

Different fuel moves buses 'into the future'   (Portland Press Herald, 5/2/06)

Commercial fishing time shrinks anew   (Portland Press Herald, 5/2/06)

Editorial: Invest in alternative fuel research, more efficient cars   (Portland Press Herald, 5/2/06)

Couple try organic dairy farming   (Bangor Daily News, 5/2/06)

Milfoil menace generates alert   (Kennebec Journal, 5/2/06)

Northern pike move into Sebago   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 5/2/06)

Trash Day reveals recycling potential   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 5/2/06)

Twenty-somethings veer away from classic career paths this spring to try organic farming   (Portland Press Herald, 5/1/06)

Clean-burning Busses Introduced In Portland   (Maine Public Radio, 5/1/06)

Birders rejoice at spring chorus   (Bangor Daily News, 5/1/06)

Police maintain patrols during Earth First! event   (Bangor Daily News, 5/1/06)

Opinion: Preserving Grafton forest will ensure Maine's outdoor heritage will be accessible   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 4/30/06)

EPA: Maine's toxic releases are growing after years of decline   (Associated Press, 4/30/06)

Farmers intent on extending the harvest   (Kennebec Journal, 4/30/06)

Gas prices spark high-octane views   (Portland Press Herald, 4/30/06)

Report: State's toxic releases up   (Portland Press Herald, 4/30/06)

Editorial: Politics threaten to sink Cape Wind   (Portland Press Herald, 4/30/06)

Editorial: Katahdin Lake deal a timeless gift to Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 4/30/06)

Opinion: Conservation Department works with all outdoor interests   (Portland Press Herald, 4/30/06)

Moosehead plan redux   (Kennebec Journal, 4/29/06)

Hut system to go before Carrabassett Valley hearing   (Kennebec Journal, 4/29/06)

Energy bill OK'd, awaits funding   (Portland Press Herald, 4/29/06)

Biologist to discuss Penobscot salmon fishing   (Bangor Daily News, 4/29/06)

Muzzy feels good about Plum Creek revisions   (Bangor Daily News, 4/29/06)

It's unusual to spot a meadowlark   (Bangor Daily News, 4/29/06)

Editorial: Plum Creek Review   (Bangor Daily News, 4/29/06)

Opinion: National Animal Identification System   (Bangor Daily News, 4/29/06)

City of Portland purchases a week’s worth of clean electricity   (Portland Press Herald, 4/28/06)

Plum Creek submits application for Moosehead plan   (Portland Press Herald, 4/28/06)

LURC receives Plum Creek application   (Associated Press, 4/28/06)

10 states sue EPA over global warming   (Associated Press, 4/28/06)

Wild acreage may increase in Augusta, Vassalboro   (Kennebec Journal, 4/28/06)

Editorial: Get a handle on regional growth   (Kennebec Journal, 4/28/06)

Editorial: Allagash suffers under a new law   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 4/28/06)

Plum Creek submits plan   (Bangor Daily News, 4/28/06)

Development threatens sanctuary tranquility Birdsacre refuge under siege   (Bangor Daily News, 4/28/06)

Contamination cleanup work under way at Dexter plant site   (Bangor Daily News, 4/28/06)

Editorial: Newfound conservation appreciation was short-lived   (Bangor Daily News, 4/28/06)

New eagle chicks are stars of online nature show   (Portland Press Herald, 4/27/06)

Mainers driven to guzzle less   (Portland Press Herald, 4/27/06)

Allagash use focus of new task force   (Bangor Daily News, 4/27/06)

Orono Bog Boardwalk   (Bangor Daily News, 4/27/06)

LNG issues incite infighting on Perry panel   (Bangor Daily News, 4/27/06)

Editorial: Amendment to kill a Massachusetts wind farm   (Bangor Daily News, 4/27/06)

Toxic sludge cleanup begins soon at tannery   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 4/27/06)

Small Woodland Pools to be Protected by the State   (Maine Public Radio, 4/26/06)

Global Warming Presents Different Kind of Environmental Threat   (Maine Public Radio, 4/26/06)

Plum Creek to release plan quietly   (Portland Press Herald, 4/26/06)

Opinion: ATV-Maine now has 16,000 members   (Kennebec Journal, 4/26/06)

Maine Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program 2005 Maine Lakes Report is now available online   (Maine Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program , 4/25/06)

Baldacci signs bill to add lake and land to Baxter State Park   (Portland Press Herald, 4/25/06)

Editorial: Rising seas may take bigger bite than thought   (Portland Press Herald, 4/25/06)

Editorial: Lessons from a land deal that almost got away   (Kennebec Journal, 4/25/06)

New Law Paves the Way for Baxter State Park Expansion   (Maine Public Radio, 4/24/06)

Eliot is weighing whether to attack mosquitoes with chemicals in order to prevent another outbreak of Eastern Equine Encephalitis   (Maine Public Radio, 4/24/06)

Biodiesel catching on in Maine   (Portland Press Herald, 4/24/06)

Small vernal pools pose big impact on building   (Portland Press Herald, 4/24/06)

Editorial: Pombo's fishery bill is no keeper   (Portland Press Herald, 4/24/06)

Opinion: LURC has good handle on issues   (Portland Press Herald, 4/24/06)

Biologists concerned with winter's effect on animals   (Associated Press, 4/24/06)

Mainers celebrate Earth Day   (Bangor Daily News, 4/24/06)

Opinion: Is Plum Creek a qualified guardian?   (Bangor Daily News, 4/24/06)

Editorial: Why do Lewiston and Auburn families generate nearly twice as much garbage as those in Portland?   (Lewiston Sun-Journal, 4/13/06)

Editorial: The day after Earth Day: What next?   (Kennebec Journal, 4/23/06)

Opinion: LURC has good handle on issues   (Portland Press Herald, 4/23/06)

Opinion: What's the Maine Backcountry Project and why is it meeting in secret?   (Portland Press Herald, 4/23/06)

Saving the Earth, one tilled acre at a time   (Portland Press Herald, 4/23/06)

Lodging owners hope, tourists will look for Maine's green lodging logo   (Portland Press Herald, 4/23/06)

Lawnmowers, pesticides threaten killdeers   (Bangor Daily News, 4/22/06)

Maine backs off animal ID plan   (Bangor Daily News, 4/22/06)

Volunteers needed for frog survey   (Bangor Daily News, 4/22/06)

Editorial: Up to Congress to restore funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund   (Bangor Daily News, 4/22/06)

Opinion: Sacrifice in behalf of wind power   (Bangor Daily News, 4/22/06)

Opinion: Bill promoted by developers, Wal-Mart and a phalanx of interest groups   (Bangor Daily News, 4/22/06)

State to Challenge Federal Claim to Authority Over Emission Standards   (Maine Public Radio, 4/21/06)

Salmon Farms Could Receive Help   (Ellsworth American, 4/21/06)

Branch Lake Site Seen as Too Environmentally Sensitive for Y camp   (Ellsworth American, 4/21/06)

BEP approves new rules to protect shore wildlife   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/06)

Wind turbine blades en route to Mars Hill   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/06)

UMM to plant garden in spirit of Earth Week   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/06)

Opinion: A step toward Maine's clean energy future   (Bangor Daily News, 4/21/06)

Editorial: Loss of rabbit habitat in Maine bugs bunnies   (Portland Press Herald, 4/21/06)

Editorial: An Earth Day Rx: Use less oil   (Portland Press Herald, 4/21/06)

Opinion: Better mileage standards imperative for Earth Day   (Portland Press Herald, 4/21/06)

Groundwater Issue Re-Surfaces   (Maine Public Radio, 4/20/06)

Annual cleanup planned in Calais   (Bangor Daily News, 4/20/06)

Group may sue to limit trapping   (Portland Press Herald, 4/20/06)

LNG debate continuing in Washington County   (Bangor Daily News, 4/20/06)

Opinion: Control water withdrawal in Maine   (Bangor Daily News, 4/20/06)

Settlement reached in lawsuit tied to LI Sound lobster deaths   (Associated Press, 4/19/06)

Tribal group links fates of LNG, whales   (Bangor Daily News, 4/19/06)

Cleanup begins as heating oil spills, seeps into Phillips Lake   (Bangor Daily News, 4/19/06)

Possible $700M LNG plan includes jobs, tourism, noxious emissions   (Bangor Daily News, 4/19/06)

Maine IF&W Sued over Trapping Policy   (Maine Public Radio, 4/18/06)

Tribal Opponents of LNG File Suit Against Federal Government   (Maine Public Radio, 4/18/06)

Acadia won't face federal budget cuts   (Bangor Daily News, 4/18/06)

Editorial: A reasonable way to deal with construction debris   (Kennebec Journal, 4/18/06)

Editorial: Plum Creek has 'audacious' plan for Moosehead   (<