Mon24Feb20206:00 pmYarmouth Community House, 179 East Main Street. Yarmouth, ME
GOMMEA February Event: Climate Fiction for Climate Change Education in Yarmouth, Maine on Monday, Feb 24th at 6:00 PM (weather date Tuesday, Feb 25th). Cost: FREE!
Join GOMMEA for an evening with Yarmouth’s very own author Charlene D’Avanzo, who dedicates her series to scientists struggling to understand climate change. She will explain how climate fiction helps readers understand the science and politics behind the imminent climate crisis. D’Avanzo describes her journey from marine ecologist and college professor to author of the Maine Oceanographer Mara Tusconi mystery series. Click here to read more about Charlene’s story.
Tea and cocoa will be provided. Cost is FREE, but registration is required. Click here to register.
The Maine Environmental Education Association 2020 Annual Conference & Research Symposium - Community-based Environmental Learning: From Inspiration to Impact - will be held March 5 -6, 2020 at the Hutchinson Center in Belfast, ME. For more information about the conference, to submit a proposal to present, or to register, visit the MEEA website.
Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve, in partnership with the National Association for Interpretation (NAI), is offering a training course for individuals in the field of Interpretation - a Certified Interpretive Guide Training Course on March 16-19, 2020 in Wells, ME. It is designed for individuals who deliver interpretive programs or have contact with the public at interpretive sites. For more information, click here.
Thu26Mar20208:30 - 3:30Online
UPDATE: This event has been moved online. Please contact Meggie at email@example.com for more information.Calling all Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire middle school teachers! Looking for new ways to get your students excited about hands-on science?
The Seacoast Science Center is excited to host the Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) for their workshop on Findings from the Field on March 26th.Join a community of educators who are working together to help students engage in and communicate about authentic science investigations. At this free, full-day teacher workshop, GMRI will share practices and resources that support students in writing about authentic inquiry and contributing to Findings, a journal of middle school student environmental and ecological research.Bring a friend! Interdisciplinary teams encouraged.Findings from the Field, New Hampshire Teacher Workshop
March 26th, 8:30 to 3:30
Seacoast Science Center, Rye, NH
Register here: https://forms.gle/
Participants can expect:
To find out more about this workshop or about Findings from the Field, email Meggie at firstname.lastname@example.org.We hope to see you all here!
- Substitute teacher reimbursement to your school
- Mileage reimbursement
- Contact hours
- Light breakfast and a full lunch
- Connections with peers from across the region
Fri15May2020Sat16May2020Bar Harbor, Maine
The Ocean Life Conference will be held on May 15 - 16 in Bar Harbor, Maine. This conference is co-hosted by Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company and Allied Whale, the marine mammal research lab at the College of the Atlantic. The conference focuses on the past, present, and future of the Gulf of Maine - covering a variety of different topics related to its natural and cultural history. Day one topics will include geology of the Gulf of Maine and Mount Desert Island, history of Gulf of Maine fisheries, lobster research, marine debris, and seal research. Day two topics will include humpback and fin whale research, oceanography, and puffin and other seabird research. More information about registration coming soon! For more info email Julie Taylor @ email@example.com.
International Coastal Cleanup - https://oceanconservancy.org/trash-free-seas/international-coastal-cleanup/
Bioblitz! at the Seacoast Science Center and Odiorne Point State Park, NH - https://www.seacoastsciencecenter.org/events/bioblitz/