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Melville's Plankton: What Moby Dick Teaches Us About the Gulf of Maine
Richard J. King, Author, Illustrator, and Lecturer
April 14th, 2016
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...