A new CBEP fact sheet is available that presents and interprets the results from sediment monitoring conducted from 1991 through 2011. You can find that publication here or go to our Publications page. The full sediment assessment report will also be available soon on our website.
One of the primary goals in the updated Casco Bay Plan (2016-2021) is to “Foster resilient communities and their connections to Casco Bay.” To that end, CBEP hired Victoria Boundy as the new Community Engagement Coordinator. Victoria will work collaboratively with CBEP partners to increase public engagement in the Bay through promoting sense of […]
In conjunction with the recent New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference Annual Meeting, Bates College and CBEP produced a report, “The ecogeomorphology of two salt marshes in midcoast Maine: Natural history and human impacts,” which is available on the Publications page.
Grant funding from the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership Habitat Protection Fund has supported PRLT’s successful efforts to establish the Mill Brook Preserve in Westbrook. The growing conservation area has been made possible thanks to the generosity of local residents, who are donating land to PRLT because they want to see the stream corridor protected […]
Casco Bay Estuary Partnership, the Island Institute, and Long Island Elementary School collaborated in Spring 2016 to launch an After-School Aquaculture Program. The program introduced K-5 students to aquaculture in an engaging, hands-on way through creative and thought-provoking activities. More information about the After-School Aquaculture Program and photos from sessions are available here.
Climate Trends in the Casco Bay Region (click on title to read full report), completed in conjunction with the Casco Bay Plan 2016-2021, summarizes the latest science on climate stressors such as intense storms, sea level rise, and ocean acidification. Climate Adaptation Resource Guide for Casco Bay Communities (click on title to read guide) offers municipal […]
CBEP director Curtis Bohlen was published in Maine Voices on October 9, 2015.
“Casco Bay is the living heart of our region. Protecting its vitality in coming decades will require embracing change and seeking creative solutions to emerging challenges.”
Click here for the full article.
The Portland Press Herald is running a 6-part series by award-winning author and Press Herald reporter Colin Woodard titled “Mayday: Gulf of Maine in distress”. To view each part of the series click on the links below.
Part 1: Big changes are occurring in one of the fastest-warming spots on Earth – Yarmouth Bar, Nova […]
State of the Bay 2015 Summary
State of the Bay 2015 Report
Bay Water Quality
Combined Sewer Overflows
Education and Stewardship
Inland Water Quality
Population and Land Cover
Status of Shellfish Beds
State of the Bay 2015 Bibliography
Susie Arnold, Island Institute
Curtis Bohlen, Casco Bay Estuary Partnership
Damian Brady, Darling Marine Center
Angela Brewer, Maine Department […]
The Presumpscot River Watershed Coalition and Casco Bay Estuary Partnership have created a paddling guide for the Presumpscot River!
To view the map click here.
To view the text click here.
To view the final report click here.