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A Bright Future for Casco Bay

Right now, you have an opportunity to weigh in on the future of Casco Bay. Your feedback will be used to update the Casco Bay Plan, which will guide our work and funding decisions in coming years. Click here to learn more.

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Learn About What We Do

Casco Bay Estuary Partnership is a catalyst for action with the goal of keeping Casco Bay and our nearly 1,000 square miles of watershed clean and healthy. Click here to read more.

Casco Bay Stories

The Casco Bay Stories project is focused on gathering engaging stories about what makes Casco Bay special and clean water important. In doing so, we encourage people to reflect on how the Bay has shaped their lives and how it has changed over time. Click here to browse the stories.

CASCO BAY NEWS AND UPDATES

  • Casco Bay News Roundup: December 5 – December 11 Friday December 12th, 2014 News this week is about federal protections for migrating birds, a biologist from the University of Maine, the removal the dam at Saccarappa Falls, the King Tides Trail, the ban on trapping, and the retirement of baykeeper Joe Payne. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) ...
  • Casco Bay News Roundup: November 27 – December 4 Friday December 05th, 2014 News this week is about scallop fisheries, sea level rise, salmon, fossil fuels, and an article written by our Island Fellow, Erin Love. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories. November 28 Time pressures drive Sappi fish passage planning (Keepmecurrent) Limits on cod ...
  • Portland King Tides Trail Opens Next Week! Wednesday December 03rd, 2014 Portland King Tides Trail Opens   Students from the University of Southern Maine are installing a temporary “King Tides Trail” in downtown Portland, demarcating a 3-foot rise in sea level. A Google map helps visitors explore the Trail. The City of Portland reviewed and permitted this temporary student art installation (which will ...
  • Casco Bay News Roundup: November 21 – November 27 Wednesday December 03rd, 2014 News this week is about the scallop season, sea level rise, salmon halting a culvert project, fossil fuels, and an article written by our Island Fellow, Erin Love. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories. November 21 Gulf of Maine scallop fishermen ...

Our Partners

Casco Bay Estuary Partnership works with many partners. If your organization, town or agency works in some way to advance the mission of preserving and protecting Casco Bay, we would be happy to include your logo and a link to your site. Please contact us for more information.