Remembering Bogart

Over the past few months, I’ve written some blog posts about Mainers who have passed away. Some were people I had met a few times but did not know that well, while others were people who I never met but, while not famous, were well regarded in their professions. This one is a little different. Bogart Salzberg, who I worked with for nearly […]

Birds face threats in changing Maine landscape

What is good for the goose is not always good for the gander — especially when it comes to large-scale energy projects. The ‘goose’ in this scenario is energy consumers, who show a growing interest in reducing the use of fossil fuels in meeting their electricity needs, while the ‘gander’ is birds in general, and bats. Aerial animals sometimes pay the […]