The following was published in the Biddeford-Saco Journal Tribune Sunday edition, 12/15/13 (and may also appear in members' mailboxes shortly...):
Normally, I do not talk to dead opossums. But since I’d watched this one keel over right in front of me, I felt I had to say something.
Last week, nearly 60 community members filled Mather Auditorium to learn from visiting speaker Dr. Drew Barton, professor of biology at the University of Maine at Farmington. He used his new award-winning book, The Changing Nature of the Maine Woods, as a platform to speak about how Maine's forests have changed over time and how they are predicted to change into the future with global warming. Below are some highlights from my notes!
Fire fascinates, so it's hard to resist a catching up with this "old" news in December.
Associated People Scott Richardson
Time has taken its toll on the ramp located on the north side of the farmhouse (aka Visitor Center). In even worse shape is the wall itself. With generous help from Lang Construction and several volunteers, the ramp and wall are getting the attention they need. This project has many details associated with permits, historical accuracy, and logistics, so please pardon the inconvenience and welcome the improvements to an iconic building.
We'll provide regular updates with photos below (last change December 5).
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