What does the word “community” mean to you? That’s a question we’ve asked the following Mount Desert residents as we work together to build the kind of community we all want to live in.
Saving Our Community Together
Saving Our Community Together By Kathy Miller, Mollie Seyffer, and Eliza Worrick The Islander’s recent article about our work and plans for a subdivision in
Why Northeast Harbor?
Why Northeast Harbor? By Kathy Miller Dear Friends and Readers, “The high cost for housing is currently one of the primary driving forces behind many
A Conversation About Chickens: Reflections on Community
A Conversation About Chickens: Reflections on Community By Katherine Emery Dan and Tessa Kane, Katherine’s husband and daughter Our family moved from San Francisco to
My Neighborhood By Eliza Worrick Set back from the road on a side street in downtown Bar Harbor, my childhood home is small and unassuming
Who Needs Housing?
Who Needs Housing? By Kathy Miller Dear Friends and Readers, Over the past year, housing has become a serious topic of concern all over the
Building Community One Stick of Wood, One House at a Time
Building Community One Stick of Wood, One House at a Time By Caroline Pryor A big pile of firewood in our driveway gives me a
Safe Harbor By Scott Planting At the opening of the March 8, 2022 Town of Mt. Desert’s special town meeting, moderator Bill Ferm asked the
Mount Desert 365’s Origin Story
Mount Desert 365’s Origin Story By Kathy Miller Dear Friends and Readers, We are sometimes asked how and why this organization got started. Here is
Crossing the Bridge
Crossing the Bridge By Jamie Blaine A front-page article in the current Working Waterfront announces that, in the wake of the work and lifestyle changes