Maine losing grip on blueberry industry
Boston.com
Two women rolled blueberry harvesters along the ground in the St.-Jean Lake region of Quebec. Killing spring frosts used to hit Quebec every four years or so, nearly obliterating the year's harvest, while Down East Maine reliably produced millions of pounds a year for use in jams, pie fillings and muffins. But temperatures are rising in Canada, and so too are the annual blueberry harvests.
Two women rolled blueberry harvesters along the ground in the St.-Jean Lake region of Quebec.

Killing spring frosts used to hit Quebec every four years or so, nearly obliterating the year's harvest, while Down East Maine reliably produced millions of pounds a year for use in jams, pie fillings and muffins. But temperatures are rising in Canada, and so too are the annual blueberry harvests.
(Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)