News of Maine's Coast and Islands
“The last several surveys have been very disappointing, with below average recruitment.”
—Maggie Hunter of DMR
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
Some sources describe this walk as a dance, but I think it looks more like the bird is imitating a “low rider” car…
Maine shrimp from the research catches are available now and they are being snapped up by seafood wholesalers…
Kelp spores are introduced to a beaker or aquarium. String is then wrapped around a section of PVC pipe and the pipe is immersed in the water with the spores. The spores attach to the twine, and when they reach a certain size...
The July 21, 1875 Daily Kennebec Journal reported that 65 sturgeon was the largest haul in one night.
A survey aimed at residents of Maine’s 15 unbridged, year-round island communities reveals deep concern about ticks and the diseases they carry, such as Lyme disease.
The leadership class helps students examine the beliefs or ideas they have adopted or inadvertently accepted as fact.
In Washington County, where 90 percent of Maine's periwinkle harvest takes place, they're called “wrinklers.”
“The goal is to graduate kids so they’re ready for jobs.”