News of Maine's Coast and Islands
A marine salvor can hold your boat as collateral until paid for the services rendered.
On March 6, the Island Institute began reprioritizing work as the impacts of the pandemic grew locally.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
The Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association has won a $5,000 grant to promote mental health awareness in the commercial fishing industry.
Despite a summer marked by light hauls, the overall lobster catch for 2019 again cracked the 100-million-pound threshold, the ninth consecutive year to do so. Total landings were 100,725,013 pounds.
People may capture their truth in abstract or realist watercolors…
Meghan Grabill, Ph.D.
Data and Research, Media
Fishermen reported the lobsters were around all summer, but just weren't trapping.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
“We’ve gone from stocking more fish in more places to stocking better fish in better places.”
As seas rise, even mild storms are causing significant damage and inconvenience.
Media, Economic Development
Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park has announced the appointment of Dr. Nicholas Fisichelli as president and CEO. Fisichelli had been serving as interim president and CEO since August.