Permits are required for research activity in Acadia National Park.
Science Information Specialist Emma Albee, in collaboration with Acadia National Park Science Coordinator Abe Miller-Rushing, reviews and manages National Park Service research permits, assisting scientists with the application, facilitating reviews, and ensuring that research protects park resources and minimizes impacts to visitors.
- Find out about research in Acadia.
- Access the list of 2022 research permits.
- Learn more about our Science Information & Communication work.
Facilities are available at Schoodic Institute for researchers interested in conducting field or lab work, running courses, holding workshops, or just getting away to a beautiful place to write a paper or proposal.