— Short nonfiction films highlighting the stories of people and places from Maine to Mexico.
In its second year, the Girls Mountain Bike Camp put on by the Portland Gear Hub teaches girls ten to fourteen years old biking and mechanic skills.
Nat Bell is an independent logger living and working in Leeds, Maine. In addition to felling trees, hauling logs, and cutting lumber, Nat also volunteers his time to the Kennebec Land Trust teaching kids about the benefits of good, sustainable forestry.
The Honorable Ken Curtis, former governor of Maine, reminisces about his childhood growing up on a family farm and about the decision to donate the land to the Kennebec Land Trust for management and conservation.
Every winter, monarch butterflies travel from as far north as Canada to nest among the oyamel firs in the mountains of Michoacan, Mexico.