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Ice Fishing and Winter Fun on Chalk Pond

Chalk Pond Beddington, ME, United States

Hosted by Downeast Salmon Federation February 17th from 12:30pm to 3:30pm on Chalk Pond in Beddington. Embrace the season with the Downeast Salmon Federation for an afternoon out on the ice! DSF has protected 2,400 feet of frontage around the southern end of Chalk Pond on the Narraguagus River.  This land that was donated by the Furbush […]

Fisherman’s Forum

Samoset Resort 220 Warrenton Street, Rockport, ME, United States

The 2018 Forum will be held from March 1-3 at the Samoset Resort in Rockland. This is the largest event of its kind in New England – one dedicated to offering fishermen, clammers, lobstermen, aquaculturalists and other related seafood industry participants an opportunity to meet on neutral ground with fisheries managers, state representatives, Congressmen and Senators.  If […]

Save the Date: Libby Lecture Tue. April 10, 2018 at 4 pm

Buchanan Alumni House, University of Maine Orono, ME, United States

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Noelle Eckley Selin will be giving the annual Libby Lecture in Resource Policy on Tuesday, April 10th at 4 pm in the McIntire Room of the Buchanan Alumni House. A reception featuring refreshments and food will begin immediately preceding the lecture at 3:30 pm directly outside the McIntire […]

18th Annual Smelt Fry and World Fish Migration Day Celebration

Columbia Falls Columbia Falls, ME, United States

Hosted by Downeast Salmon Federation April 21st in Columbia Falls. Mark your calendars and come join us for a day of fisheries fun!  Over the years, these festivities have grown from a small community potluck centered on the commercial smelt harvest to a well-known regional event serving 500+ guests. This year the event will be held […]

Save the Date: Annual Meeting

Moore Auditorium Schoodic Institute Winter Harbor, ME, United States

Mark your calendars! The Frenchman Bay Partners Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, May 5, 2018 at Moore Auditorium at Schoodic Institute. The morning will begin with talks, followed by a breakout session on a current issue in Frenchman Bay. Email with any questions.

Quantifying Tidally Driven Transport in the Jordan River Estuary

McCormick Lecture Hall, College of the Atlantic Bar Harbor, ME

Dr. Lauren Ross joins the College of the Atlantic Seminar on Climate Change 2019 Speaker Series with a presentation on the dynamics of the Jordan River estuary in Trenton, Maine. Cosponsored by the Human Ecology Forum. The Jordan River is host to both mussel and clam harvesting activities. These local aquaculture operations are susceptible to point-source […]

Planning and Facilitating Collaborative Meetings

Schoodic Institute Winter Harbor, ME

Harness the Power of the Solstice to Improve the Impact of Your Work on the Coast of Maine! The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve, the Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park and the Maine Coastal Program are partnering to bring this two-day NOAA training to the coast of Maine. Learn how to plan and facilitate […]

2019 NECAN Webinar

Don't forget to register for the final webinar in this series on Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET. Register here for this webinar. "Population Differences in Resilience to Climate Change: Responses of Blue Mussels to Ocean Acidification" Presented by: Dianna Padilla, PhD., Stony Brook University Most research to date suggests that bivalve molluscs are particularly […]

1/19/21: Aquaculture Scoping Session

There will be an aquaculture scoping session, an open public meeting to explain a proposed lease and ask questions, this Friday, January 29th at 5pm for a proposed scallop aquaculture lease in Frenchman Bay from Alex de Koning and Acadia Aquafarms. There are 3 links below, one to the announcement, one to the zoom information […]