Casco Bay News Roundup: October 10 – October 16

Casco Bay News Roundup: October 10 – October 16

News this week is about fighting the flu with fish, EEE, dewatering the Roach River, Portland Harbor dredging (with a quote from our director!), Portland wastewater, Codfish, and Green Crabs. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories.

 

October 10

UMaine Researchers Hope to Fight the Flu With Fish (WABI5)

Maine Documents First Human Case of EEE (MPBN)

De-watered section of Roach River not fished much, but still important (Bangor Daily News)

October 13

NFD Workgroup to Present Interim Findings (Dredging Today) (Contains a quote from our director Curtis Bohlen!)

Three Portland Harbor sites may be used to dump dredged mud (Portland Press Herald)

Portland property owners have chance to weigh in on wastewater fee proposal (Portland Press Herald)

As codfish dwindle, communities need to reboot (The Boston Globe)

October 14

Crab catch prompting questions (keepmecurrent)

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Casco Bay News Roundup: October 10 – October 16

Casco Bay News Roundup: October 10 – October 16

News this week is about fighting the flu with fish, EEE, dewatering the Roach River, Portland Harbor dredging (with a quote from our director!), Portland wastewater, Codfish, and Green Crabs. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories.

 

October 10

UMaine Researchers Hope to Fight the Flu With Fish (WABI5)

Maine Documents First Human Case of EEE (MPBN)

De-watered section of Roach River not fished much, but still important (Bangor Daily News)

October 13

NFD Workgroup to Present Interim Findings (Dredging Today) (Contains a quote from our director Curtis Bohlen!)

Three Portland Harbor sites may be used to dump dredged mud (Portland Press Herald)

Portland property owners have chance to weigh in on wastewater fee proposal (Portland Press Herald)

As codfish dwindle, communities need to reboot (The Boston Globe)

October 14

Crab catch prompting questions (keepmecurrent)

Comments are closed.