Catherine Schmitt

Aquaculture in Shared Waters

Maine Seafood Guide - About

About: Definitions & Sources

Maine Sea Grant developed this guide as a source of science-based information on marine species harvested from the Gulf of Maine and sold, marketed, or traditionally consumed as “seafood” in Maine. The guide is intended to collate information on species regulated at federal, state, and local levels as a service to the consumer of Maine seafood.

The History of Maine Sea Grant Catherine Schmitt Tue, 12/28/2010 - 14:32

In 2016, we join our fellow Sea Grant programs across the country and the National Sea Grant College Program in celebrating our 50th anniversary of science serving America's coast. Read on to learn about the origins of the national program, or skip to the history of Sea Grant in Maine.

 

Watershed Kiosks Catherine Schmitt Tue, 12/28/2010 - 11:07

In 2006, staff at the NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service Maine Field Office initiated a partnership with Maine Sea Grant to produce content for two informational kiosks planned for the lower Penobscot River region. The Penobscot River watershed is currently the subject of an unprecedented restoration plan that will restore access to over 1,000 miles of rearing and spawning habitat for Atlantic salmon, alewives, sturgeon, and other species of sea-run fish.

 
Photo of seaweed class with fisherman of the Corea Lobstermen's Co-op