Winter in Ogunquit – so many good sights!

Why is winter such a pleasure here in Ogunquit? So many reasons! Let’s take a look at one for the next week or two. Those of us who love the Marginal Way and are intrigued by the bird life amongst so much else to see along this fabulous walk, see in winter many ducks,...

Stay in Ogunquit over the winter? Why not?

Why would anyone stay in Ogunquit over the winter?  You might be wondering the same thing, as the cold weather closes over us and those warm days of summer, when you could sit on the beach and feel the sun’s heat warm every inch of your body, are a memory. To tell you...

Ogunquit Loses a Great Conservationist

With the Commission’s deepest condolences for a founding father of Ogunquit’s Conservation Commission and an active and dedicated member for 12 years, we remember Brad Sterl. Brad Sterl, one of the founders of Ogunquit’s Conservation Commission, passed away...

Why fence our dunes?

Why do our beach dunes need to be fenced?  Some people don’t like the look of the fencing along the base of our dunes; fencing does detract from the natural sweep of the dunes up from the beach after all, yet they are a necessity to keep people and loose dogs off our...

Those polluting and ear splitting blowers are coming!

You will hear them soon. Maybe you are listening to them now – the persistent and howling noise of a leaf blower wielded by some lawn service person or neighbor. No one can deny they make one heck of a racket, especially the older ones and of course even the newer gas...