Imagine being a high school student, assigned a project that leads you to spend the better part of a year in Acadia National Park. Now, imagine that project becomes a stunning time lapse move that shows Acadia moving through the season and you give a TEDx talk about it. That’s what Will Greene, a 19 […]
The first time I set foot in Acadia National Park, in the early 1970s, I was little more than a toddler and the park was not yet 60 years old. Since then, over the past four decades, I’ve done more things in the park than I can count. When I was young, hikes and picnics at Acadia with […]
One of the most frequently asked questions we hear from folks is where is the best place to camp in Acadia?
When I learned that this year marks the 100th anniversary of our beautiful Acadia National Park, and it seems important to spend a little time reflecting on its beauty.
We’ve all heard a good fishing tale that illustrates how abundant our waters once were. So abundant, in fact, the fish would practically jump into the boat. Well, it turns out this is kind of true.
About a week ago, Kevin Strange, president of MDI Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor, wrote an interesting contributor piece for the BDN. In it, he explored the beginnings of MDI Biological Laboratory and how George Dorr saw Mount Desert Island as a whole. Here’s an excerpt: Many visitors to Acadia National Park are familiar with the […]