Each of the beaches that are monitored by our volunteers has unique geological and historical characteristics. Information about these beaches is spread across scientific publications, historical collections, and local knowledge. To learn more about a beach visit its page:
Goochs Beach Geology
Please join us in York County in September 2014 for a tour of coastal properties that are more resilient to flooding, erosion, and extreme storm events.
Learn from professionals and coastal property owners about the steps you can take to protect your property. Contact coordinator Michael Mahoney for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
29 March 2013 - The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) announces the availability of the Sustainable Working Waterfront Toolkit, an online suite of tools designed to help coastal communities throughout the United States develop policies that support business and job growth.
You may feel as if you just got off the beach, but we’re busy making plans for MBC 2013!
NOW CLOSED: SUBMISSIONS WERE DUE DECEMEMBER 10, 2012
Residents of coastal communities are invited to join coastal property owners, building contractors, and other professionals on a tour of homes in York County that have been made resilient to storms, flooding, and other coastal hazards.
The tour takes place on Saturday, September 8, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The coast of Maine is a busy place. From property owners to fishermen to surfers, people traveling to and from the water are addressing coastal access issues in their communities.
A legal research team led by Maine Sea Grant, the University of Maine School of Law, and the law firm of Bernstein Shur has identified existing and potential tax tools that can or could be used to benefit working waterfronts and water access in Maine.