We are still in the process of transferring all our files to our new website. Thank you for your patience. To access information in the archive, use the search bar in the upper righthand corner as you would google. It’s the most effective way. From 2005, Maine Insights has been reporting on issues pertinent to the people of Maine, the […]
We are still in the process of transferring all our files to our new website. Thank you for your patience.
To access information in the archive, use the search bar in the upper righthand corner as you would google. It’s the most effective way.
From 2005, Maine Insights has been reporting on issues pertinent to the people of Maine, the state’s role in the nation, and the world. First known as The Maine Democrat we changed our name to reflect the interconnected role the people of Maine have with others, in their communities, the state, and beyond. Throughout the publication’s history we highlighted the efforts of individuals who contributed to their communities, from scientists, farmers, artisans, environmentalists, and local shop owners who enhanced Maine’s creative economy to public servants who dedicated themselves to help people live the American dream. Not the dream of riches, the dream shared by millions around the world to be able to live a healthy, safe life, with opportunities to earn good paying jobs so their families and communities can flourish in a democracy. To be able to live without want or worry while contributing to humanity in a democratic society where all are truly equal. All these individuals helped to make the state as the saying goes, “the way life should be.”
Maine Insights, a 501(c)4, connects our main streets with lawmakers in Augusta, highlighting state policies, technological innovations, agriculture, education, community growth and economics with factual analysis, individual profiles and exclusive in-depth coverage. We also report on areas where justice is not being served in the hope to be a contributing catalyst for change.
Your contribution today, will ensure our reporting continues into the future. Please send your donation to 8 Brook St., Solon, ME 04979.
Visit PEN for in-depth coverage of how America is addressing the climate crises. Systemic racism has held back progress, along with the deep pockets of industry that don’t want to change the status quo.
Protect Earth Newsmagazine highlights what lawmakers from the local level on up to the Federal Government are doing to protect the earth. We also report on community ingenuity and innovations that will help the U.S.A. transition to being powered by 100 percent, clean renewable energy. A 501(c)3 project of the Solon Center for Research and Publishing.
Helpful science tips in playful videos that explain principles we all deal with to understand our climate crisis. The PENseries is the creation of Olivia Baaten.