Many Maine islands depend on the influx of young families in order to stay viabl
Many Maine islands depend on the influx of young families in order to stay viable as year-round communities, and young families need jobs, which are scarce on an island. With details on how 7th-generation islander Erin Gray and her husband Aaron cobble together a livelihood on Islesford; how Melissa and Cade Brown are raising their son, Madison, on Long Island; how Mike and Keely Felton work at jobs they love in Rockland and North Haven while living on Vinalhaven; and how Christal Applin, a Swan's Island native, has found a way to live on the island she loves by working as a realtor.
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Galyean, Cherie, "Many Maine islands depend on the influx of young families in order to stay viabl" (2006). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 367.
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