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On the cover:
Find more backcountry-style glades, steeps, chutes, and cliffs than anywhere on the East Coast.
Photo courtesy Sugarloaf.
Cover inset photos by, left to right:
Sugarloaf, WCM Archive, Robbie Martin
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Registered Maine master guide, outdoor writer, and nature photographer, William Clunie has spent a lifetime in the outdoors. He is presently living life to the fullest, hunt- ing and fishing from his home in the rugged mountains of Western Maine. He can be reached
Emily MacCabe is an Outdoor Educa- tor at the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife. Emily grew up in Rockport, Maine, and went on to study Environmental Science at Unity College. She enjoys spending time outdoors, and strives to provide opportunity and
inspiration for others to join her. She now lives in Wilton with her husband and two black labs.
Scott Maier is a jeweler and freelance writer specializingingemsfromMaine, Tasmania, Australia, and Nepal. Scott has previously contributed to newspapers in New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts, as well as to Rock and Gem magazine, and is now work- ing at Creaser Jewelers in South Paris.
Lisa Moore of Harrison has been a profes- sional writer and teacher for over 35 years. She is an accomplished poet who leads the Mountain Poets Society every month and has self-published six collections of her own poetry. Moore is on the Board of the Alan Day Community Garden in Norway. She
shares life with two sons, two dogs, two cats, and her husband, Lee, the proprietor of Pennesseewassee Brewing Company.
Currently an instructor in Culinary Arts, Erik Person has been in the restaurant industry since he was fourteen. After graduating from the University of Maine, Orono, he followed his lovely wife, Jessica Carter Person, to the Oxford Hills where he helped remodel, designed the kitchen,
and influenced the menu and dining experience at Cafe No- mad. His other passions include snowboarding, cycling and growing an awesome mustache. Photo by Brewster Burns.
Brendan Schauffler is a graduate student at the Muskie School of Public Service in Portland where he is nurturing idealism and learning about community planning. A resident of Norway, he enjoys swim- ming in Western Maine’s beautiful and plentiful lakes and ponds. He knows far
too much about cryptozoology and giant squid.
Scott Vlaun is a writer and photographer who lives in Otisfield. His work appears regularly in books and magazines related to gardening and seed saving. Scott is also a certified permac- ulturalist and market gardener. His spare time finds him skiing, biking, climbing, or fishing with his son Jasper.
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