Quiet Fire 7/11/18

Producer/Host: Duncan Newcomer

Presidents As King

BoatTalk 7/10/18

Producers/Hosts: Alan Sprague & Mike Joyce
Engineer: Amy Browne

Program Topic: lobsters, more

Key Discussion Points:
a) down east book
b) canadian immigrant imports
c) LOBSTERS

Guests:
Chris White author The Last Lobster
Frank Gotwals Stonington fisherman

Outside the Box 7/10/18

Producer/Host: Larry Dansinger

Gotta Have Hope

Esoterica 7/10/18

Poems of Perception
Andree Bella | Writer + Performer

Pet Sounds 7/8/18

Producer/Host: Dr. John Hunt

Diet and seizures

Mainely Phenology 7/7/18

Producers/Hosts: Hazel Stark and Joe Horn

Fireweed

Photos, a full transcript, references, contact information, and more available at mainelyphenology.wordpress.com

June gave us the crescendo into summer, with turtles on the move to lay eggs, rhodora shrubs becoming covered in pink blossoms, gray tree frogs trilling away in the forest, and the fields of endless color painted with bright yellow buttercups, white daisies, red clovers, purple vetch, and the entire spectrum of pink to purple found in large patches of lupines. These tall spikes of color were decidedly en route to becoming spikes of fuzzy seed-bearing legumes right around the summer solstice, giving us all a brief start, wondering if summer was already on its way out. But fortunately, another flower that offers us swaths of exuberant color is already taking the place of lupines, telling us that we are merely at the beginning of the middle of summer in Maine: fireweed.

Nature’s Remedies 7/7/18

Producer/Host: Tim Hagney

Flaxseed

Earthwise 7/7/18

Producer/Host: Anu Dudley
Production Assistant: John Welles

The Color Blue