BORDER AFFAIRS AT BAY OF FUNDY – 15,000 YEARS OF HISTORY

For 15,000 years there has been change in the Bay of Fundy … starting with glaciation, the great migration, the European invasion, the border disputes and wars, the exploitation, the people and their eco-industries and Canadians and Americans clashing over lobster … Continue reading

FISHERIES: As 2015 Fishing Season Kicks Off, a Still Uncertain Future for Cod Remains

The post As 2015 Fishing Season Kicks Off, a Still Uncertain Future for Cod Remains appeared first on Conservation Law Foundation. Posted: 01 May 2015 07:00 AM PDT The 2015 fishing season begins today, May 1, and stricter – but … Continue reading

LNG: Is Downeast LNG hedging its bets in Passamaquoddy Bay?

 Is this an indication that Dean Girdis is preparing for Downeast LNG’s failure, setting himself up with a new developer’s job in Nova Scotia? Note that Girdis claims he would obtain natural gas from Canada, not the United States. Bob … Continue reading

MYSTERIES: The elusive eastern cougar emerges once more.

LAND AND SEA | Season 2015, Episode 22 | Apr 12, 2015 | 22:26 Eastern Cougars On the hunt to solve of one of the greatest wildlife mysteries in the Maritimes. … Continue reading

LEARNING: University of Maine Marine Center summer courses For Marine Science

The University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center has a great line-up of classes being offered this summer on the coast of Maine that are open to undergraduate and graduate students from all universities. Additional information and complete course descriptions can … Continue reading

MYSTERIES: Does map prove the Vikings travelled to the Bay of Fundy?

Did the Vikings come south to Atlantic Canada and Maine? the Skalholt map seems to suggest this. What do you think? … Continue reading

AQUACULTURE: A major industry started right here in the Bay of Fundy – Lessons learned

Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture – From idea to Consolidation. Originally published in “The Atlantic Canada Great Ideas Exchange” at The Georgetown Conference. How a great idea got started but … Submitted by: Art MacKay, Bay of Fundy Today, the Atlantic salmon … Continue reading

LNG: Have you wondered why Passamaquoddy Bay is NOT a good place for a terminal? Here’s why!

The long-time battle over the establishment of an LNG Terminal at Robbinston, Maine seems to be heading into a new phase as Downeast LNG applies for an import-export facility on Mill Cove. Nothing has changed and it is time to revisit … Continue reading

LNG: Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point takes firm stand against Downeast LNG. And they are sounding p—ed off!

Pleasant Point Reservation P.O. Box 262 ~ Perry ~ Maine 04667 Tel. (207) 662-2600 June 8, 2014 Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 888 First Street, NE Room 1A Washington, DC 20428 Re: Downcast LNG, Docket Nos. CP07-52400, CP07-53-000, … Continue reading

LNG: Save Passamaquoddy Bay Organization Indicts FERC Environmental Process and Raises Questions of Credibility

Save Passamaquoddy Bay Organization Indicts FERC Environmental Process Eastport, Maine — On Thursday, Save Passamaquoddy Bay 3-Nation Alliance submitted an exposé and indictment of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) environmental permitting process. Save Passamaquoddy Bay, a grassroots organization based in … Continue reading

POLLUTION: Maine Legislature Takes First Step Towards Averting Disastrous Impacts of Ocean Acidification

Maine’s legislature is taking early steps to address increasingly acidic ocean waters in the Gulf of Maine that threaten the state’s shellfisheries and marine ecosystem. The Gulf of Maine has become increasingly more acidic as CO2 emissions from industrial sources and vehicles … Continue reading

LNG: Researcher warns the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the United States that they ignore the lessons of history at their own peril.

In a formal letter and submission, Bob Godfrey, Researcher and webmaster for savepassamaquoddybay.org warned Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, that ignoring Canada’s sovereignty could have far reaching implications quoting an historical reference about another “invasion” as … Continue reading

Paint Campobello this summer.

Join plein air landscape painter Michael Chesley Johnson for small-size outdoor painting workshops and painting retreats on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, July-September 2013. Looking for a small workshop? Paint Campobello plein air painting workshops are limited typically to only 4 students. You’ll get much … Continue reading

ENERGY: Maine moves forward with renewable options while New Brunswick continues to wallow in the Fundy rad pool.

An Electricity Supply Tutorial And Maine’s New Green Power Option Posted: 07 Dec 2012 10:49 AM PST at Conservation Law Foundation Mainers have recently been seeing and hearing advertisements for alternatives to the standard offer electricity supply that most residential … Continue reading