Volume 29, Issue 2 (2020) Maine's Bicentennial
Indigenous Voices Charting a Course Beyond the Bicentennial: Eba gwedji jik-sow-dul-din-e wedji gizi nan-ul-dool-tehigw (Let’s try to listen to each other so that we can get to know each other)
Maine’s Public Reserved Lands: A Tale of Loss and Recovery
Richard Barringer, Lee Schepps, Thomas Urquhart, and Martin Wilk
What Does the Future Hold for Maine’s Lobster Industry?
James Acheson and Ann Acheson
Reflecting on Maine’s Changing Productive Coastal Region
Teresa R. Johnson
“We are Maine”—Is There an Authentic Maine Public Policy?
Mark Anderson and Caroline L. Noblet
The Comedy of Maine’s Commons: Private Ownership as Economic Development