Maine Sea Grant's biennial wall calendars are here!
All of us at Maine Sea Grant are mourning the loss of several members of Maine’s environmental science community. Bigelow Laboratory Executive Director Graham Shimmield, who helped guide our programming through his participation on our Policy Advisory Committee, passed away in December. We also will miss Bill Townsend, a longtime advocate for clean water and protector of Maine rivers; Brian Robinson, Sea Grant researcher and archaeologist who helped expand our understanding of the human history of the coastal landscape; and Gordon Hamilton, a researcher with the UMaine Climate Change Institute. Our condolences to their families, friends, and colleagues.
With the turn of the year, we've been reflecting back on the centennial of Acadia National Park and the National Park Service.
Biosecurity in Shellfish and Seaweed Aquaculture
As the Sea Grant extension associate who covers Maine’s deep south, I collaborate routinely with my partners on the other side of the border – New Hampshire. One such partnership is with University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension’s Community Development specialists.
AQUACULTURE IN SHARED WATERS 2017
Two-thousand sixteen marked the 100th anniversary of Acadia National Park and America’s National Park System.
MOCA Mini-Symposium Presentations