Join us for the 2018 Island Energy Conference on May 3-4, 2018, at Congregation Bet Ha'am in South Portland, with a site visit to Islesboro on Saturday, May 5, 2018. Connect with island leaders and energy experts from New England and beyond to discuss common energy challenges and the resources available to address them. Register today!
Waypoints Forum: Futures of the Maine Waterfront - Friday, January 19, 2018 - Portland, Maine - The Island Institute's Waypoints Forum featured an afternoon of panel discussions on the future of our coastal and island economy, presented with trends and analysis by key coastal leaders. The theme for this year's event was Futures of the Maine Waterfront, with topics ranging from aquaculture to the future of our state's working waterfronts.
The MAP Program supports island students through the college application and transition process by providing leadership training, monthly webinars, individualized support, peer mentoring, and scholarship support.
Maine has the potential to be a leader in U.S.-grown edible seaweed products. This summary report includes an overview of market potential for seaweed in Maine, a detailed description of the purpose behind the research conducted, and the benefits the results could have on the coastal economy.
Replacing incandescent light bulbs with LEDs is a simple, effective way to reduce energy usage in your home or business. For a limited time, residents of the Casco Bay islands of Peaks, Long, Chebeague, Cliff, and Great Diamond can take advantage of a special deal for certain screw-in and pin LED lightbulbs. Click here for details!