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Restoration Spotlight: Monarchs and communities share common ground By Will Pareson – Chesapeake Bay Program – June 23, 2017 – Video At many points on its famously long eastern migration route from central Mexico to Canada, the monarch butterfly faces … Continue reading

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Restoration Spotlight: Invasive plants got your goat? By Scott Bosse – Chesapeake Bay News Blog – October 22, 2015 Invasive species, or plants and animals that have been introduced to an area, can cause harm when they establish themselves at … Continue reading

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by Brenda Zollitsch   A recent trip to Mt. Agamenticus in  Southern Maine was a lesson for even this highly optimistic wetland enthusiast.  I would never have thought my children (a seven-year-old son and three-year-old daughter) would understand, let alone get … Continue reading

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By Marla J. Stelk, Policy Analyst, ASWM My summer has been spent waking up to contractors outside of my house – hearing the sound of hammers and power tools – and the repeated announcements by my dog, Alice, letting me … Continue reading

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by Brenda Zollitsch Every year at this time in Maine, we reach that point when going outside as the temperature drops becomes a choice rather than a given.  The amount of clothing that is required, the preparation in case you … Continue reading

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by Brenda Zollitsch Most children don’t know what wetlands are, let alone what they contribute or why protecting them is important. Efforts to protect wetlands in the United States should include teaching the next generation of citizens and decision makers … Continue reading

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