Casco Bay News Roundup: December 5 – December 11

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) to access links to […]

Casco Bay News Roundup: November 21 – November 27

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 win ‘a small victory’ […]

Casco Bay News Roundup: October 31 – November 6

News this week is about the winner of the King Tide Photo Contest, aquaculture, and habitat protection for the lynx. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories

October 31

Gulf of Maine King Tides Photo Contest Winners Announced! (Gulf of Maine Council Climate Network)

Down East aquaculture […]

Casco Bay News Roundup: October 3- October 9

News this week is about the ‘king tide’, Green Crabs, Loons, Maine women, the annual Presumpscot Regional Land Trust meeting, chemicals on your lawns, and a Maine teen setting sail before college. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories.

October 3

‘King tide’ seen as test […]

Gulf of Maine King Tides Photo Contest Planned for October 9, 2014!

Along the 7,500-mile Gulf of Maine shoreline, an extreme high tide on October 9, 2014 will illustrate what may become—with sea-level rise—the new tidal norm. Participants in the first-ever Gulf of Maine King Tides Photo Contest can document how the astronomical high tide that day affects wharves, causeways, marshes, beaches and other coastal settings. […]

Casco Bay News Roundup: December 5 – December 11

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) to access links to […]

Casco Bay News Roundup: November 21 – November 27

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 win ‘a small victory’ […]

Casco Bay News Roundup: October 31 – November 6

News this week is about the winner of the King Tide Photo Contest, aquaculture, and habitat protection for the lynx. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories

October 31

Gulf of Maine King Tides Photo Contest Winners Announced! (Gulf of Maine Council Climate Network)

Down East aquaculture […]

Casco Bay News Roundup: October 3- October 9

News this week is about the ‘king tide’, Green Crabs, Loons, Maine women, the annual Presumpscot Regional Land Trust meeting, chemicals on your lawns, and a Maine teen setting sail before college. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories.

October 3

‘King tide’ seen as test […]

Gulf of Maine King Tides Photo Contest Planned for October 9, 2014!

Along the 7,500-mile Gulf of Maine shoreline, an extreme high tide on October 9, 2014 will illustrate what may become—with sea-level rise—the new tidal norm. Participants in the first-ever Gulf of Maine King Tides Photo Contest can document how the astronomical high tide that day affects wharves, causeways, marshes, beaches and other coastal settings. […]