Maine’s island dwellers get help staying warm

Facing high fuel bills, Maine’s remote island dwellers are warming up to energy conservation program

SWAN’S ISLAND, Maine — Nancy Carter lives alone in the wooden house her grandfather built here 6 miles off the Maine coast nearly a century ago. She chooses to face the frigid gales that make the winter fiercer than on the mainland, and to pay higher fuel prices that make it more expensive.  Read the full Boston Globe article here.