With vivid red berries and exotic leaves, staghorn sumac is distinct and recognizable along the roadside. My dad, who had solar hot water in the 70’s, collected wild onion, kept a few chickens and was generally up for what was called “back to the earth” stuff, would point out the dark-red sumac fruit. “Loaded with […]
Karen O. Zimmermann
Karen O. Zimmermann savors chance encounters with people throughout the state of Maine, and is endlessly delighted with the tales they have to share.
Gardening for Wildness: Functional Native Shrubs (Part 4)
Seed to risotto: I visit the first rice farm in Maine
Yarmouth wakes up: Otto Pizza, Hilltop Coffee come to town
Earth Day. A Time To Be Proud Of The Maine Lobster Industry