Community

Supporting the hardworking communities that depend on the Gulf of Maine

The Gulf of Maine is the powerhouse of our coastal economy and cultural heritage. Every day, we work with a wide array of marine stakeholders to nurture both ecologic and economic resilience in this community.

Jonathan Labaree Chief Community Officer
Jonathan Labaree Chief Community Officer

Community Action Areas

Explore how we engage marine stakeholders to share knowledge, learn, and make decisions that nurture ecologic and economic resilience in the Gulf of Maine.

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