News of Maine's Coast and Islands
“If people wiped them out, people could restore them.”
Selinger already has 20 customers and has booked shucking gigs for weddings, corporate parties…
Fried and eaten whole there is barely any work for the pleasure.
The Canadian government, conservationists, and fishermen are racing to put in place new measures to prevent ship strikes and fishing gear entanglements...
As far as I can tell right now, nothing is at the top of any food chain…
From hand-hauling lobster traps to selling more than 10 million pounds of bait annually, Jennie Bichrest knows the working waterfront inside out.
Issues facing the lobster industry surrounding access to bait could not have been planned for five years ago.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
The initial batch was soon overtaken by speedy little punks that don’t need shade and travel in hordes.
Gulf of Maine temperature trends and variability during the past 11,000 years will be the focus of a five-year study led by a University of Maine paleo-oceanographer