Dr. Brian Beal explains the connection between dwindling commercial supplies of clams, increased prices, and loss of market share for one of Maine's most important fisheries.
The Ellsworth American covered Downeast Institute's research into the feasibility of growing scallops in lobster pounds in an effort to find culture methods that protect them from predators while [...]
Researchers hope the oyster shell study will prove to be a viable way to revive flagging softshell clam harvests. Date: April 23, 2021 Author: Kelley Bouchard Media: Portland Press Herald Link: [...]
Chad Coffin has spent the coronavirus pandemic much as he has the previous several decades: on the mudflats of Maine, digging for the clams that draw tourists to seafood shacks around New [...]
The rapid growth of oyster aquaculture along Maine’s coast, one of the bright spots of how the changing climate is affecting the state’s marine economy, is producing another side benefit along [...]
Downeast Institute, in partnership with Blue Hill Bay Mussels, has found a solution, the Beals-based organization says, to weaning the state’s Maine mussel farmers from being fully reliant on [...]
Source: WABI TV 5 Date: Dec. 11, 2020 Read more here:: https://www.wabi.tv/2020/12/11/maine-sea-grant-announces-bouy-maine-pitch-contest-winners/