610 Project Update

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The 610 Project, coordinated by Bridie McGreavy, is a collaboration between the Frenchman Bay Partners, the Frenchman Bay Regional Shellfish Committee, the Department of Marine Resources (DMR), and the Hancock County Planning Commission to build capacity towards the goal of opening closed clam flats in Frenchman Bay. A grant awarded by the Maine Community Foundation […]

Good news for mudflats: 610 Project receives funding, makes progress

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The 610 Project (pronounced six-ten) is a collaboration between the Partners, the Frenchman Bay Regional Shellfish Committee and the Hancock County Planning Commission to build capacity towards the goal of opening closed clam flats in Frenchman Bay. This project received its initial funding from the Maine Community Foundation’s Community Building Grant Program. Through a conservation […]

Anna Farrell

March 9, 2015

Fishermen’s Forum 2015

Frenchman Bay Partners panel

610 Committee panel

Location: Samoset Resort, Rockport, ME

Date and Time: 3-5-15, 10am-12pm

Attending: Emma Fox, Bridie McGreavy, Anna Farrell, Chris Peterson, Fiona DeKonig, Joe Porada, Jim Norris, Allie Rohrer, Hannah Annis, Natalie Springuel.

Bridie McGreavy (Post-doctoral researcher at the University of Maine and FBP Secretary) introduced the New England SusTainability Consortium (NEST) session by describing the history with the University of Maine’s Sustainability Solutions Initiative, continued involvement with key partners, and how the science is focused on solving problems. She then turned the session over to the researchers from the University of Maine.

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Anna Farrell

January 29, 2015

Meeting Minutes

January 14, 2015, 2 pm to 3:30 pm

Attendees: Allie Rohrer, Anna Farrell, Jane Disney, Jim Norris, Chris Petersen, Jim Fisher, Bridie McGreavy (minutes)

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Fall 2014 Newsletter

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Frenchman Bay Partners has been busy! Read all about: The impact conservation efforts, led by the Frenchman Bay Partners and the Maine DMR, have had on alewife populations in the area. The research on green crabs and eelgrass loss, as well as restoration events, carried out this summer by scientists and interns at the Community Environmental Health Lab. […]