September is the time for International Coastal Cleanup Day. Every year this global endeavor brings as many hands as possible together to help battle an immense issue…marine debris. Communities everywhere will come together to help pick up and document the trash that litters their coastal habitats. This problem is one that will only be solved by each of us making small decisions every day to change the way we live and the impact we have on our ocean and our planet.
9/14-9/15 - Join the Blue Ocean Society for multiple cleanups along the New Hampshire coast. Friday (14th) is student cleanup day, and Saturday (15th) is public cleanup day. Click here for more information.
9/15 - Join the Bioblitz at the Seacoast Science Center in Rye NH. Check their website for more details.
9/22 - Join the kNOw SUP (a Single Use Plastic awareness group) for a cleanup on Pemaquid beach in Pemaquid, ME. Contact Lili Pugh for more details:.
9/24 - Join the Gulf of Maine Research Institute at Crescent Beach State Park in Cape Elizabeth, ME for a cleanup. Contact Adam Baukus for details.
Wed24Oct2018Bigelow Lab, Boothbay ME
Our annual event this year will be “Seaweed: It’s What for Supper”. Join us at the beautiful Bigelow Laboratories in Boothbay, ME. on October 24. We will hear about current research on growing seaweed in the Gulf of Maine and get a chance to sample a variety of seaweed snacks. Good food, great venue, an interesting crowd learning about intriguing things…..classic GOMMEA.
On November 15th we will be joining our other regional chapters for an evening mixer event in Boston MA. A crew will be gathered for the NEOSEC Ocean Literacy Summit and this evening event will be a chance to network with friends from southern New England and Massachusetts chapters. No better time to come learn what joining a local chapter is all about!
Mon22Jul2019Thu25Jul2019Durham, New Hampshire
Check back later for information about the 2018 Annual Meeting!