Trading Sardines for Lupines: Eastport's Rebirth May Portend a New Kind of Rejuvenation
Eastport, once a thriving port and processing center for sardines, declined after the collapse of the sardine industry. The author likens its apparent rebirth to the establishment of lupines, a plant that establishes itself on disturbed soils, but gives way to more diverse flora and fauna as time goes on. [images]
Eastport (Me.), Sardines, Lupines
McCall, Rob; Bowman,, Leslie photographer; and Groening,, Tom photographer, "Trading Sardines for Lupines: Eastport's Rebirth May Portend a New Kind of Rejuvenation" (2016). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 548.
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