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  • Coastal Conversations 5/27/16

    Producer/Host: Catherine Schmitt
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Issue: Maine coastal and ocean issues

    Program Topic: Local stream stewardship and restoration

    Key Discussion Points:
    Maine’s coastal rivers are home to several species of fish that are “sea run” or diadromous – they spend part of their lives in the ocean but return to freshwater to spawn.
    Many Maine land owners and communities are taking action to open passage for migratory fish, restore stream habitat, and learn more about their local rivers and streams.
    Stream projects bring together a diverse group of people, from transportation engineers and road construction companies to municipal, state and federal governments, land trusts, schools, and
    conservation organizations.

    Jeremy Bell, The Nature Conservancy
    Barbara Charry, Maine Audubon
    Ruth Feldman, Island Readers & Writers
    Ciona Ulbrich, Maine Coast Heritage Trust

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    Published on May 27, 2016 · Filed under: Coastal Conversations; Tagged as: , ,
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