Tag Archives: katahdin

Acadia year in review: Top news and blog posts, and 2017 ideas and resolutions

Without a doubt, the top news for Acadia National Park in 2016 was the Acadia Centennial, not only as celebration and time to reflect on past and future, but also as a big draw, helping to push visitation over 3.2 million, the highest since 1990. This Acadia year in review rounds up some of the […]

Ties that bind Acadia and new Maine Woods national monument

BAR HARBOR – Pulled up to town at 1:30 a.m. Thursday, because we just had to be in Acadia on the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, to celebrate the park and the new Maine Woods national monument inspired by it. As we hiked the trails of Acadia throughout the day, wishing strangers “Happy […]

Q&A with Lucas St. Clair on proposed Maine Woods national monument

Lucas St. Clair answers questions about the proposed Maine Woods National Monument in the Katahdin region, in advance of the June 1 hearing at 2 p.m. by the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources, at the East Millinocket Town Office. Link to committee memo and hearing livestream at top of post.

5 lessons from Acadia for proposed Katahdin-area national monument

When National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis came to Maine this month to gauge local opposition and support for a proposed Katahdin-area national monument, he got an earful. He has only to look to Acadia National Park for these 5 lessons for a Maine Woods national monument, proposed by Burt’s Bees founder Roxanne Quimby and family. […]