News this week is about dredging, sewer systems, mapping the Adirondack lake, habitat protection, Green Crabs, the Maine Sea Grant, aquaculture, microplastics, the Portland waterfront, and recycling.   Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories.

October 17

Dredging Operations Revised for Royal River (Dredging Today)

South Portland voters to consider bond for sewer system, streetscape improvements (Bangor Daily News)

October 18

A new Laboratory to Visualize Mapping Project on Adirondack lake (MaineNewsOnline)

A rare bipartisan effort to protect ocean habitats (The Boston Globe)

October 20

Students research options to protect clams from crabs (WCSH6)

Maine Sea Grant receives $500,000 (Bangor Daily News)

First aquaculture project in federal waters set for Nantucket (Portland Press Herald)

October 21

Microplastics in Maine waters–2014are they in our food? (The Working Waterfront)

Portland waterfront waste to help launch new business model (The Forecaster)

Southern Maine communities to share $1 million in waste and recycling revenue (Portland Press Herald)