ABOUT THIS SERIES
In our mistrust-filled world full of political contention and both fake and devastating news, mustering the courage to have authentic conversations with people can be a challenge. Finding common ground and engaging in civil discourse about important issues facing our communities, our state, our country and our world can seem elusive, if not sadly impossible.
This concerning state of affairs prompted the newsroom to examine the concept of trust. In this series called “The Maine Trust Project,” we sat down once a month with a Maine resident to discuss this precious commodity. The project revealed which people and institutions Mainers trust and how the concept of trust drives their thought processes and actions.
Anne Roosevelt has found a home in central Maine, enjoying the natural resources while continuing a life based on truth.
Embracing trust in the most basic — yet meaningful — relationships
Defining how our brains help us trust
When trusting yourself is a ‘constant work in progress’
Finding peace, contentment — and trust — in the outdoors
Our newsletters will keep you informed via email for free!
SUPPORT OUR WORK
Please consider donating so our reporters can continue telling stories like these.
KNOW OF A STORY?
Many of our stories have been based off a reader’s suggestion.