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Feeding the World: Responsible Aquaculture in the Gulf of Maine
Rick Moonen, Chef, Author, and Sustainability Advocate
March 10th, 2016
Throughout this
Mayday: Crisis in the World's Oceans, from Antarctica to the Gulf of Maine
Colin Woodard, Portland Press Herald Journalist
Whitepapers & Reports
The Mortal Sea: Fishing the Atlantic in the Age of Sail
Jeff Bolster, Author and Professor at the University...
The Importance of Nonsense: A Primer for Adults and Children
Scott Nash, Children's Author and Peaks Island Resident 
February 11th,
Future of Fish: Rebuilding Fisheries in a Changing Environment
Dr. Steve Cadrin, Associate Professor, School for Marine Science and...
Haddock and Beyond: Recent Success in New England's Fisheries
Dr. Paul Rago, Chief of the Population Dynamics Branch at...
Hopeful Signs from Canada: The Return of Newfoundland Cod
Dr. Graham Sherwood, Sr. Scientist, GMRI
October 8, 2015
While media coverage
Marine Resource Management in the U.S.: Successes and Challenges of Rebuilding Depleted Populations
Dr. Richard Merrick, Chief Scientist for
Our Waterfront: How the Past Informs the Future
Phineas Sprague, Owner, Portland Yacht Services
February 18th, 2014
Portland's waterfront is hard at work!...
A History of Trade in an Ever-Changing Port
Jim Millinger, Local Maritime Historian
April 10th, 2014
Portland's waterfront is hard at work! Since...
Portland: New Entry Point to the North Atlantic
Bragi Thor Marinosson, Executive Vice President, Eimskip
March 15th, 2014
Portland's waterfront is hard at...
Trucks, Trains, and Ships: The Port's Growing Infrastructure
Bill Needelman, City of Portland Waterfront Director
May 8th, 2014


Portland's waterfront is...

For Love and Money: Ecological and Economic Migrations of Elvers
Pat Keliher, Commissioner, Maine Department of Marine Resources
July 10th, 2014
The Gulf...
Shifts Happen! How Climate Change Affects Fish and Fisheries
Janet Nye, Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University
November 13th, 2014
The Gulf of Maine...