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  • Talk of the Towns 4/11/14

    Producer/Host: Natalie Springuel, University of Maine Sea Grant
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Program Topic: Hands on Learning through Eastern Maine Skippers Program

    Key Discussion Points:
    Overview of the Skippers Program and how it came to be
    How it is connected/separate from Deer Isle/Stonington’s Marine Pathways program
    Other schools involved in the Skippers program
    Goals, hopes, vision
    What makes this program so unique, different, exciting?
    The Flounder project
    What have the students been up to
    In class learning
    Hands on learning (the Traps, going to the meetings with DMR, licensing etc)
    Tell us about the fishery itself, how it is managed…
    What is next or this project
    Bigger picture conversation about:
    Education and how this program can help non-traditional high school students.
    Fisheries management and how this program can help inform the process
    What words of advice would you have for today’s:
    HS students who want hands on experience?
    For educators?
    How can people get involved, websites etc

    Val Peacock , Sumner High School
    Carla Guenther, Penobscot East Resource Center
    Todd West, Principle, Deer Isle Stonington High School
    Kristen McGovern (science teacher) North Haven
    Avery Waterman (student) North Haven

    Call In Program: Yes
    Political Broadcast: No
    Host: Natalie Springuel, University of Maine Sea Grant

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    Published on April 11, 2014 · Filed under: Talk of the Towns; Tagged as:
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