The 610 Project, coordinated by Bridie McGreavy, is a collaboration between the Frenchman Bay Partners, the Frenchman Bay Regional Shellfish Committee, the Department of Marine Resources (DMR), and the Hancock County Planning Commission to build capacity towards the goal of opening closed clam flats in Frenchman Bay. A grant awarded by the Maine Community Foundation […]
The 610 Project (pronounced six-ten) is a collaboration between the Partners, the Frenchman Bay Regional Shellfish Committee and the Hancock County Planning Commission to build capacity towards the goal of opening closed clam flats in Frenchman Bay. This project received its initial funding from the Maine Community Foundation’s Community Building Grant Program. Through a conservation […]
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Fishermen’s Forum 2015
610 Committee panel
Location: Samoset Resort, Rockport, ME
Date and Time: 3-5-15, 10am-12pm
Attending: Emma Fox, Bridie McGreavy, Anna Farrell, Chris Peterson, Fiona DeKonig, Joe Porada, Jim Norris, Allie Rohrer, Hannah Annis, Natalie Springuel.
Bridie McGreavy (Post-doctoral researcher at the University of Maine and FBP Secretary) introduced the New England SusTainability Consortium (NEST) session by describing the history with the University of Maine’s Sustainability Solutions Initiative, continued involvement with key partners, and how the science is focused on solving problems. She then turned the session over to the researchers from the University of Maine.
At College of the Atlantic, students have been developing protocols for measuring the pH on clamflats, and comparing different meters to see which ones are the most precise, and this fall will measure pH on several flats in Bar Harbor. One student, Katie O’Brien, has also buried clam pre-weighed clam at three different sites in […]
The following questions were posed to the panelists: What do you think about water quality in your work? How does it affect what you can do? Do you want or need more information? How do you think water quality has changed through time in Frenchman Bay? Shep Erhart, Founder, Maine Coast Sea Vegetables The reversing […]
Summary of a presentation at the September 7, 2019 meeting “Water Quality, Stewardship, and the health of Frenchman Bay” organized by Frenchman Bay Partners and held at Schoodic Institute. College of the Atlantic Professor Chris Petersen presented water quality collection methods from various organizations and data for Frenchman Bay, along with their interpretations of the […]
Frenchman Bay Partners Steering Committee Meeting Location: Gordon’s Wharf in Sullivan Date and Time: Tuesday, September 29, 2015, 3-5 PM Directions: http://friendsoftauntonbay.org/home/directions
Frenchman Bay Partners Executive Committee Meeting Location: Hegner Building (2A) on the MDIBL campus. Call in Number: 288-9880 ext. 429 Date and Time: Monday June 29, 2015 3-5 pm
Minutes of the Frenchman Bay Partners Annual Meeting May 2, 2015 College of the Atlantic Gates Center