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Is Walking Controversial?

Is Walking Controversial?

Join us in an exploration of the transportation ecosystem at our upcoming Walkability Forum in Bangor, Sept 19th. Register now! By Carol Morris. Working with all different kinds of people is a big...

Walkability: A Win-Win proposition

Walkability: A Win-Win proposition

Registration now open for the half-day forum September 19th in Bangor Full Program & Registration Information Here: The Case For Walkability: Health, Economic Development, and Sustainability By...

When You Build it, They Will Come

When You Build it, They Will Come

Registration now open for the September Forum: The Case for Walkability: Health, Economic Development and Sustainability Sept 19th, Bangor Maine By Lynne Seeley I heard a saying once - birds love to...

Legendary Stevens Avenue

Legendary Stevens Avenue

By Susan Ransom Last night I walked over to our community garden plot with my husband and our dog, greeting neighbors (and their dogs) along the way. Within five blocks I can walk to the library,...

From Away??

From Away??

By Patrick Wright, Director of Gardiner Main Street.   I've always been interested in the popular Mainers' term "From Away", which conjures up a certain amount of disgust and frustration.  I...

Biddeford is booming!

Biddeford is booming!

By Nancy Smith, Executive Director, GrowSmart Maine I traveled to Biddeford on Saturday July 1 to enjoy the open house at Joseph Webster Glass, a hot glass studio, and to revisit places I came to...