The Coastal Journal reported on CBEP’s recent Climate Adaptation Training for Coastal Communities and 2018 Community Grant awards.
CBEP received fifteen proposals totaling almost $40,000. The following five projects are being funded for a total of $10,000.
A new article by Susan Olcott highlights CBEP’s new economic study outlining the benefits of Casco Bay resources to the region and state. You can find the Coastal Journal article here.
CBEP’s 2017 Annual Report highlights just some of the important work CBEP and its partners are doing. The report is available here.
Maine Department of Marine Resources conducted monitoring of phytoplankton in Casco Bay in 2017. A presentation of results is available here.
OTISFIELD — The Western Foothills Land Trust recently purchased a 74-acre forested parcel on the Crooked River, with funding provided by conservation partners working to protect water quality in Sebago Lake. Full story here.
BOSTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $630,000 grant to the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership, which is housed at the University of Southern Maine in Portland. The funds will go towards efforts to reduce nutrient pollution; protect and restore key habitats and improve resilience and community education around the Casco Bay […]
9/14/17, Lewiston Sun Journal, “Improved Fish Passage Insures Brook Trout Return to Brandy Brook”
3/21/17, The Portland Forecaster, ‘Wharfside Stories help unwrap history of Portland’s working waterfront
3/6/17, Portland Press Herald, Chebeague Island native’s the driving force behind new aquaculture festival
2/26/17, Seacoast Online, Wharfside Series
2/3/17, South Portland-Cape Elizabeth Sentry, Conservation commission plans public forum
12/19/16, Portland Press […]
The new Casco Bay Climate Change Vulnerability Report, authored by CBEP, Natural Choices and Waterview Consulting, contains sections on climate trends in the Casco Bay region, management of climate risks, and a climate adaptation resource guide for Casco Bay communities. Here is the Report, a Summary Report and a fact sheet.
A new report commissioned by CBEP suggests some good news for Casco Bay: Concentrations of legacy pollutants – heavy metals and organic compounds such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) – tend to be declining. The Casco Bay Sediment Assessment 1991 – 2011, prepared by Ramboll Environ for CBEP, is available here.