This brown ash and sweetgrass basket was made by Passamaquoddy artist Dolly Barnes. Through her art, Dolly continues her family's long basketmaking tradition and currently serves as an apprentice to her mother, Molly Neptune Parker. Find this basket and other works by Dolly on our website: https://www.wabanakimarketplace.com/products/dolly-barness-flower-vase.htm #wabanaki#passamaquoddy#native#nativeart#nativeamerican#art#basketry#artist#maine
Hey you. Yes, you, the person reading this. Ever wanted to add your skills to the Allagash team? Now is a good time. We've got six job openings in various positions both at the brewery and away open for applications. You can see the full list (and apply!) at the link in our profile.
One way we manage stormwater: green infrastructure! Here's what the @epagov says: "Green infrastructure uses vegetation, soils, and other elements and practices to restore some of the natural processes required to manage water and create healthier urban environments. At the city or county scale, green infrastructure is a patchwork of natural areas that provides habitat, flood protection, cleaner air, and cleaner water. At the neighborhood or site scale, stormwater management systems that mimic nature soak up and store water."
Our very FAVORITE stop when we're DownEast (an expanded blog posting coming soon). Mother Shucker's Lobster Shack. The freshest lobster, caught daily, and the friendliest person in Maine!