A life ring at the ready
December 11, 2019

The Power of One

Attention is the beginning of devotion.       ~Mary Oliver The power of one builds a community of change One scientist Paola […]

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a group of waxwings on pavement with snow in background
December 9, 2019

Schoodic Institute hosts annual Christmas Bird Count

Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park invites birdwatchers to participate in the longest-running community science survey, the annual Audubon Christmas […]

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November 29, 2019

Understory: The Future Forest of Acadia, Part 5

Story and photos by Catherine Schmitt Maine is the most forested state in the nation, with more than 90 percent […]

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November 26, 2019

Education News ~ Remembering Robert Hill

by Bill Zoellick and Sarah Hooper Last week was pretty quiet. We did some work with the Sumner High School […]

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two students measure seaweed on rocks at low tide, more students and ocean in background
November 26, 2019

Be a SEA star

by Kim Kettler ‘Tis the season to #BEaSEAstar, Schoodic Supporter! This time of year is when we all take a […]

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November 21, 2019

Robert Hill Memorial Fund

Two weeks ago, we lost a friend. Robert Hill was a clam fisherman and an active participant in the Gouldsboro […]

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student sorts clams in blue tray at lab bench
November 19, 2019

Schoodic Institute Education Weekly Update

by Bill Zoellick and Sarah Hooper Over the past weeks, we have been looking for a good time to retrieve […]

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three students examine materials on a table
November 13, 2019

Schoodic Institute Education Weekly Update

Over the past week, we worked with middle school students in all four elementary and middle schools in RSU 24 […]

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Black lines and shapes of a spectrogram– a visualization of sound — of the song of a Winter Wren
November 6, 2019

The Sounds of Schoodic

by Seth Benz As the name suggests, “birdwatching” is heavily slanted toward the visual; less so, toward the auditory. We […]

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two people stand on rocks with wave crashing nearby
October 31, 2019

Communicating Nor’easter vulnerability for three New England parks

by Catherine Schmitt On October 28, 2019, high tide in Acadia National Park was over 12 feet. With a lot […]

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