Environment

Calais man who sold pesticide that killed lobsters admits lying to agents 11.20.14

Brooklin island becomes part of federal wildlife refuge 11.17.14

Cooler water, sustained demand buoy lobster prices 11.16.14

College of the Atlantic researchers add 8,000th whale to humpback catalog 10.26.14

Researchers discover ‘spectacular’ coral formations in the Gulf of Maine 09.10.14

Scientists: Climate change pushing shift in Acadia vegetation 08.08.14

Rapid expansion of aquaculture sites alarms residents on Bagaduce River 08.03.14

Professor: ranavirus killed 200,000 tadpoles in Brunswick pond 07.30.14

‘Fishermen are not happy about this’: feds enact new rules for buoy lines 06.28.14

Maine launches initiative to combat ocean acidification 06.26.14

State permanently closes lower Penobscot River to lobster fishing 05.16.14

Environmental group’s report in Bucksport mill criticized, defended 04.06.14

Is there ‘green’ to be found in Maine’s green crab invasion? 12.18.13

Scientists zero in on Maine’s ‘exploding’ green crab population 11.18.13

Lobster shell disease inching into Gulf of Maine 08.15.13

State permits 18 more First Wind turbines in Hancock County 07.29.13

Action on climate change needed to protect Maine fisheries, say officials 07.06.13

Scientists: climate change pushing Maine state bird north into Canada 06.24.13

Cobscook Bay plan defended during debate on seaweed bill 03.20.13

College offers public free use of electric vehicle charging stations 02.03.13

COA stations winter researchers on Mount Desert Rock 01.13.13

Ocean temperatures rising in the Gulf of Maine 12.17.12

Mount Desert Island shore cleanup targets tons of trash 09.08.12

Feds tag seals in Maine as part of first survey in more than a decade 04.29.12

Mount Desert Island man builds reputation with whale bones 01.04.12

A whale of a task: Restoring the right whale population 08.08.11

Seabirds declining as eagles in Maine recover 08.06.11

University of Maine officials woo offshore wind firms 02.21.11

Where the Whales Are 08.21.09

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