Duncan and Susan Brown bought CedarWorks in 1988 - sales have increased 12-fold since then.
When folks in a small Maine community get behind a great idea, it's amazing what they can accomplish. Case in point: Morris Farm in Wiscasset. Image subjects: Barn and house horses pulling a plow Rick & Liz Harding at table with family kids with calf in barn kids in field kids watching pig Location:
As much a part of springtime as lupines and lilacs, the lowly woodchuck has only one thing on its mind at this time of year. Image subjects: woodchuck in grassy field
Milbridge is one of those places that seems to defy time. Image subjects: Route one in town Milbridge home Milbridge home lupin Location: Milbridge
It's craftsmanship of the caliber that went into the yacht 'Antonsia' that has made this tiny Linekin Bay village famous in ports around the world. Image subjects: Yacht 'Antonisa' under sail Yacht 'Antonsia' salon wheel of the yacht 'Antonsia' grand salon aboard yacht 'Antonsia' bath or head aboard
It's not the sort of architecture you'd expect to find in a small central Maine farming community, but there is is. What is it? Location: Vassalboro
If you have no idea how these common wildflowers came by their name, you're not alone.
People in West Bath never imagined how interesting it might be to have a family of foxes move in next door. Image subjects: fox kits fox kits fox kits Location: West Bath
Nurseryman Tom York specializes in rhodendrons of every hue that are hardy enough to withstand a Maine winter. Image subjects: Rhododendrons in Tom York's garden Tom York in garden Rhododendron - Brown Eyes Rhododendron - Tom's Unnamed Hybrid 'Rhododendron hippophaeoides' Edmond Amateis Rhododendron
There's something very fishy about this location. Image subjects: Where in Maine Location: Damariscotta Mills