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Public News Service cited Ivan Fernandez, professor of soil science and forest resources, in a story about the state's new climate action plan. Fernandez, a... [Read More]
The Mount Desert Islander interviewed Rick Wahle, director of the University of Maine's Lobster Institute, about the 2020 Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Lobster Benchmark Stock Assessment. The... [Read More]
The Penobscot Bay Pilot promoted the University of Maine Cooperative Extension's online beekeeping courses beginning Jan. 14. More information about the classes, which will be... [Read More]
University of Maine Cooperative Extension will offer two opportunities for livestock owners to get updates on forage resources and crop insurance starting at 10 a.m.... [Read More]
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After last year's 25th annual Maine Indian Basketmakers Holiday Market, organizers renamed the event Wabanaki Winter Market to better represent participants and the wide range... [Read More]
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The Maine Climate Council released its four-year plan for climate action Tuesday, the same day 60-mph wind gusts were battering the state. As Council member... [Read More]
For the second consecutive year, University of Maine professor of biological sciences Brian McGill, whose research focuses on modeling large-scale ecology and global change, has... [Read More]
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The Maine Climate Council released its four-year plan for climate action Tuesday, the same day 60-mph wind gusts were battering the state. As Council member... [Read More]
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For the second consecutive year, University of Maine professor of biological sciences Brian McGill, whose research focuses on modeling large-scale ecology and global change, has... [Read More]
Sharon Klein will speak on Thursday, December 3, as part of Lights Up: Sustainable Solar in New England, a virtual conference. Her talk will focus... [Read More]
Early populations shifted from quasi-egalitarian hunter-gatherer societies to communities governed by a centralized authority in the middle to late Holocene, but how the transition occurred... [Read More]
The Associated Press reported that the University of Maine has received nearly $287,000 from the Northern Border Regional Commission and the U.S. Department of Agriculture... [Read More]
Phys.org shared a University of Maine news release describing a study by Jim Roscoe, professor of anthropology, and Daniel Sandweiss, professor of anthropology and Quaternary... [Read More]
Ruins of the Temple of the Amphitheatre in the Late Preceramic Period archaeological site of Caral in Peru.  Photo Courtesy: Daniel Sandweiss Early populations shifted... [Read More]
News Center Maine reported that there are currently 110 active cases of COVID-19 at the University of Maine, and 121 across all the University of... [Read More]
University of Maine Cooperative Extension will offer a webinar about preparing edible holiday gifts from 2—3 p.m. Dec. 8.  Topics include cost-effective ways to make... [Read More]
A new project focused on how biotoxins released by toxic algal blooms travel through estuarine and coastal waters, led by Lauren Ross and Sean Smith,... [Read More]
Research to understand the role global warming plays in the incidence of toxic blue-green algal blooms in Maine lakes, led by Jasmine Saros, has received... [Read More]
Early populations shifted from quasi-egalitarian hunter-gatherer societies to communities governed by a centralized authority in the middle to late Holocene, but how the transition occurred... [Read More]
In an article highlighting the impact in Maine of policy differences between the Trump and Biden administrations, the Portland Press Herald noted that the Department... [Read More]
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