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Announcement - Thursday, December 18, 2014 

Thanks for visiting Maine Environmental News, the most comprehensive online source available for links to Maine conservation and natural resource news stories and events. I have posted links to more than 35,000 news articles and announcements. I also post breaking stories and exclusives. Be sure to check not only today's news, but take a look at the headlines from the past several days as well. Articles often come to my attention a few days after they are published. Follow us on Twitter @MaineEnviroNews. Will Sugg is the website developer. ~ Jym St. Pierre, RESTORE: The North Woods
Help Wanted: Advocacy Coordinator
Announcement - Thursday, December 18, 2014 

Maine Conservation Voters/Maine Conservation Alliance are seeking a shared full-time Advocacy Coordinator to build and implement our field organizing and grassroots communications programs, oversee data management, and manage projects such as MCV’s Environmental Scorecard.
UMaine's Climate Change Institute, Dec 17
Announcement - Thursday, December 11, 2014 

Guests: Paul Mayewski, Director of the UMaine Climate Change Institute; Sean Birkel, Research Assistant Professor, Climate Change Institute, UMaine (and next State Climatologist); and Ivan Fernandez, Distinguished Maine Professor, Climate Change Institute & School of Forest Resources. Maine Pubic Radio, Dec 17, 12-1 pm.
Fly-Tying Clinic, Dec 17
Event - Posted - Thursday, December 11, 2014 

Fly-tying experts provide expertise, vises, tools and fly-tying materials. At L.L. Bean, Freeport, Dec 17, 7 pm.
Coyote Exhibit Artists’ Panel, Dec 16
Event - Posted - Wednesday, December 10, 2014 

A number of artists will discuss their work and coyote connections in conjunction with the exhibit "Coyote Connections" in a holiday setting. At University of New England Art Gallery, Portland, Dec 16, 5 pm.
Predator "management" in Maine, Dec 15
Event - Posted - Wednesday, December 10, 2014 

State Wildlife Biologist Keel Kemper will speak about Maine’s recent bear referendum, coyote culling, and mountain lion status. At Damariscotta River Association, Dec 15, 5-6:30 pm.
Choose the best ideas to grow Maine
Announcement - Tuesday, December 09, 2014 

This Bangor Daily News poll lets you rate numerous ideas that have been proposed to create jobs and a vibrant Maine economy, including establishing a new national park, protecting quality of place, and building an East-West Highway/Corridor.
Cobscook Outdoor Adventure Club
Announcement - Saturday, December 06, 2014 

Kids can have fun learning and practicing wilderness skills at CCLC’s Outdoor Adventure Club. OAC will meet twice a month during the school year on the first and third Saturday. Sponsored by Cobscook Community Learning Center, Trescott.
Intro to Winter Outings Workshop, Dec 13
Event - Posted - Saturday, November 29, 2014 

Experienced AMC winter leaders Peter Broderick and Laura Flight will present an intro to clothing, gear, snow travel, and taking care of yourself in the winter. Learn to stay warm, dry, and functional. Workshop at Curtis Library, Brunswick, Dec 13. Pre-register. Sponsored by Appalachian Mountain Club.
Winter Plant I.D & Ecology, Dec 12
Event - Posted - Saturday, November 29, 2014 

Spend an afternoon with Sue Kistenmacher, a Maine Master Naturalist, for a field study focused on the identification of plants and trees in winter. At Hidden Valley Nature Center, Jefferson, Dec 12, 11 am – 1 pm.
“Inspired by Katahdin” Art Exhibit, through Apr 30
Announcement - Saturday, November 29, 2014 

The art exhibition “Inspired by Katahdin” will be on view at Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty in Damariscotta from Dec 12, 2014, to April 30, 2015, with an opening reception on Dec 12, 4-6 pm.
19th Annual Androscoggin River Watershed Conference, Dec 12
Event - Posted - Saturday, November 29, 2014 

Presentations on cold water fisheries; youth involvement in trail maintenance, water quality and recreation; riverfronts and land trail connections; and developing relationships among communities, lands and economies. At University of Southern Maine, Lewiston-Auburn campus, Dec 12, 8 am - 3 pm. $40.
The Value of Honey Bees to Maine Agriculture, Dec 10
Event - Posted - Saturday, November 29, 2014 

About one-third of food and beverages in the U.S. are made possible because of bee pollination, an industry contributing $20-$30 billion in annual crop production. In the last thirty years, beekeepers have faced multiple challenges. Despite these problems, the commercial bee industry has been able thus far, to meet the pollination demand of Maine blueberry growers and their economically vital crop. Apiarist Tony Jadczak, Maine’s State Apiarist since 1983 and a beekeeper since age 14, will discuss challenges facing local bee colonies and beekeepers and effects on statewide agriculture. At The Old Goat, Richmond, Dec 10, 7 pm. Sponsored by Friends of Merrymeeting Bay.
A fierce Green Fire, Dec 10
Event - Posted - Saturday, November 29, 2014 

This film explores 50 years of the environmental movement from conservation to climate change. A speaker will follow the screening. At Belfast Library, Dec 10, 6 pm. Sponsored by Maine Sierra Club.
RESTORE Annual Gathering, Dec 10
Event - Posted - Saturday, November 29, 2014 

Dr. Andrew Barton will talk about “The Changing Nature of the Maine Woods,” plus updates on Maine Woods threats and opportunities, awards, prizes, more. At Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick, Dec 10, 6 pm. Sponsored by RESTORE: The North Woods.
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Maine Land Trusts Achieve Accreditation
Maine Environmental News - Thursday, December 18, 2014 

The Land Trust Accreditation Commission, a program promoting public trust and ensuring permanence in the conservation of American lands, announced today the first-time or renewed accreditation of 17 land trusts. There are now 285 land trusts across the United States that have successfully demonstrated their continued commitment to land trust excellence and voluntary accreditation. Land trusts achieving first-time accreditation include Boothbay Region Land Trust and Georges River Land Trust. Land trusts achieving renewed accreditation include the Forest Society of Maine.
Several Maine Hunting Seasons Coming to End
Associated Press - Thursday, December 18, 2014 

Several Maine hunting seasons for birds and small game animals are entering their final two weeks. The seasons for ruffed grouse, bobwhite quail and pheasant all end for the year on Dec. 31. That is also the final day for hunting gray squirrels, raccoons, skunks and opossums.
Column: To get cheaper energy, we Mainers have to produce it ourselves
Portland Press Herald - Thursday, December 18, 2014 

Is there anything a state like Maine can do to lower energy costs? Not much, in the short term, but plenty in the long run, if we commit ourselves to a strategy and stick with it. Some have argued for what you might call the “lower-cost now” strategy, which is all about bringing natural gas and Canadian hydropower to Maine. The problem is that by the time you build the infrastructure to get those things, their price may be higher than other alternatives, making investments in capacity quickly obsolete. The only proven strategy for dependable lower prices is to produce more energy ourselves. ~ Alan Caron
LePage considers two on his staff to fill PUC seats at pivotal time
Portland Press Herald - Thursday, December 18, 2014 

Gov. Paul LePage is considering two members of his staff with deep backgrounds in energy issues as nominees for two of the three seats on the Maine Public Utilities Commission, state and industry officials have told the Portland Press Herald. Patrick Woodcock, who heads the Republican governor’s energy office, and Carlisle McLean, the governor’s chief legal counsel, are said to be the leading candidates for the posts, which carry six-year terms.
Fessenden to retire as chief of Marine Patrol
Ellsworth American - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

What do Bill Brennan, Robin Alden, Lew Flagg, George Lapointe, Norman Olsen and Patrick Keliher have in common? Over the past 21 years, each of them served as commissioner of the Department of Marine Resources, at least for a time. All of them have relied on Col. Joe Fessenden to run the Maine Marine Patrol for them. That’s about to change. On Jan. 9, Fessenden will retire from the Marine Patrol after a career lasting some 40 years. Maj. Jon Cornish will succeed Fessenden in the chief’s job.
Ellsworth dam license process an exercise in procrastination
Ellsworth American - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

Around Halloween, FERC received reports of dead alewives and adult eels in the water and on the rocks below the Union River dam in Ellsworth. Just before Thanksgiving, Brookfield Renewable Energy Group, the Canadian parent company of Black Bear Hydro Partner LLC., owner of the Ellsworth dam, filed a letter offering a possible explanation for the events and expressing its commitment “to understanding, minimizing, and managing the potential environmental impacts associated with our operations and activities.” “Questions about this fish kill remain unanswered despite the information supplied” by Brookfield, according to a Dec. 3 letter from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
2014 Arctic report card documents ongoing global warming impacts
Summit Voice - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

Parts of the Arctic Ocean are warming by nearly 1 degree Fahrenheit every decade, and overall, Arctic temperatures are rising twice as fast the global average, climate scientists said today as they released results of an annual Arctic Report Card.
‘That’s it. It’s over.’ Workers finish final shift at Verso mill
Portland Press Herald - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

Standing in a light rain outside the gate at the Verso Paper mill in Bucksport on Wednesday afternoon, Stephen Bowden took a long look back at the place he has worked for the last 42½ years. “That’s it. It’s over. That’s the end of an era,” said Bowden, after completing his final shift at the mill. He was one of hundreds of workers who left the mill for the last time Wednesday afternoon, to cheers from more than 100 community members. Verso Paper, the mill’s owner, announced earlier this year it was shuttering the facility.
Bucksport residents, workers mark final shift at closing paper mill
Bangor Daily News - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

Some came out with grim faces while others smiled and stopped to shake hands and chat with friends about days gone by. But all millworkers who filed out of the Verso Paper mill Wednesday got applause from a crowd of more than 100 people who gathered at the main gate to mark the final shift at the 84-year-old papermaking facility.
Controversial metal recycling company eyeing Searsport
Bangor Daily News - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

A metal recycling company that has faced controversy and major fines from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its operation in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is applying for a permit to open a junkyard at the Mack Point industrial zone. At Tuesday night’s regular meeting, the Board of Selectmen decided to table Grimmel Industries LLC’s application for the time being, according to Searsport Town Manager James Gillway. The Searsport planning board voted to do a site plan review of the project as soon as members receive an application from the Topsham-based company.
Bankruptcy judge to consider deal giving East Millinocket 6 more months of wastewater treatment from former GNP plant
Bangor Daily News - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

The court-appointed trustee of bankrupt Great Northern Paper Co. will ask a bankruptcy judge Thursday to approve a deal that will continue operation of a wastewater treatment plant formerly run by the company that serves the town, officials said Wednesday. Attorneys for the two GNP bankruptcy estates have agreed to loan the town and state as much as $250,000 to pay the treatment plant’s four full-time and two part-time workers and operate the plant for six months.
Maine birders dive into annual Christmas bird count
Bangor Daily News - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

Thousands of people across the country have been combing the land, sky and water since Sunday for the 115th annual National Audubon Christmas Bird Count, the longest running citizen science survey in the world. “The goal is to count every individual bird in your area, which is kind of crazy to think about,” said Doug Hitchcox, the Maine Audubon naturalist who is coordinating the 32 counts taking place in Maine this holiday season.
Rally scheduled for Bucksport mill employees on final day of work
Bangor Daily News - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

As a show of gratitude to workers who have helped sustain the town’s largest employer and taxpayer, local town officials and residents have scheduled a rally outside the Verso Paper mill’s main gate for 3 p.m. today. The final shift at the mill, which Verso plans to sell to AIM Development, is expected to end at that time. Verso announced Oct. 1 that it planned to shut down the mill and then early this month reached an agreement to sell the mill to the scrap metal firm for approximately $60 million.
Agreement reached on alternative snowmobile trail in Moosehead Lake region
Bangor Daily News - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

The ongoing problem with snowmobile access in part of the Moosehead Lake Region took a step toward being solved this week, according to an agenda item on the Dec. 17 selectmen’s agenda. An agreement has been reached between the Moosehead Riders Snowmobile Club and the Wilson Pond Association to allow the snowmobile trail to run the outer Scammon Road for this winter.
Big Squaw Mountain ski area set to open this weekend
Bangor Daily News - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

On Dec. 20 Big Squaw Mountain ski area officially opens for its third season as a nonprofit entity. The mountain originally opened in 1963 and went through a host of changes and operators during the past five decades until Florida businessman James Confalone purchased the ski area in August 1995. In August 2010, Confalone offered to lease the facility to Piscataquis County for $1 per year for 30 years. The county did not accept the offer, so Confalone shut it down. However, Confalone later agreed to lease the property to the Friends of Squaw Mountain for $1 a year for the 2012-13 seasons and recently renewed the agreement through 2015.
Tom’s of Maine to award $500,000 to nonprofits
Associated Press - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

Tom’s of Maine is gearing up to award more than $500,000 to nonprofits for this year’s “50 States for Good” initiative. This is the second year in which the Kennebunk-based natural personal care products company has donated to projects that benefit communities in all states and the District of Columbia. Since it was founded in 1970, Tom’s of Maine has donated 10 percent of its profits back to the community. It also encourages employees to use part of their paid time off to volunteer.
Opinion: Government has become subservient to business in critical debates
Portland Press Herald - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

It is virtually impossible not to despair of the future after yet another political campaign in which candidates for Congress, in Maine and elsewhere, ignored or shortchanged the most critical issues. We may not survive more such abdications. Science deniers notwithstanding, the foremost societal issue is the fossil fuel decimation of our natural world and threat to our only habitat, which, as carbon emissions continue to rise, will starve us, turn shores to ocean, our grandchildren to toast. Maine’s congressional delegation provides no leadership in addressing this ominous challenge. No wonder. Congress is owned by corporations and fossil fuel industries. ~ William H. Slavick, Portland, was an independent U.S. Senate candidate in 2006
Letter: DEP and phthalates
Bangor Daily News - Wednesday, December 17, 2014 

As a teacher, I believe strongly that we owe it to our children to keep them safe from harm, and that includes protecting them from toxic chemicals that can cause serious health threats. The potential exposure to phthalates from multiple sources is a big problem. Manufacturers don’t disclose which products contain phthalates. So we’re all left in a toxic guessing game, unable to use our purchasing power in the healthiest way possible. The Maine Department of Environmental Protection has until Jan. 27 to decide whether to act or to do nothing; I believe it is the duty of the DEP to require big companies to disclose their use of phthalates. ~ Joelle Bouchard, Bucksport
Study: Toxic stream pollution from road salt doubles
Summit Voice - Tuesday, December 16, 2014 

Many streams in the northern U.S. are polluted to toxic levels by salt deicers, the U.S. Geological Survey said in a new study that found the frequency of these occurrences nearly doubling in two decades. Chloride levels increased substantially in 84 percent of the urban streams analyzed, the researchers said, using data going back to 1960 and ending as recently as 2011.
L.L. Bean board of directors, employees give $3 million to nonprofits in 2014
Bangor Daily News - Tuesday, December 16, 2014 

L.L. Bean announced Tuesday that the company will donate $1.9 million to nearly 80 organizations, plus the company’s employees donated $1.1 million to the United Way. The program, which focuses on “engaging young people in healthy outdoor activities and ensuring access to recreational opportunities for all,” will provide funding to such programs as Maine Audubon, Teens to Trails, Maine Huts and Trails, Student Conservation, Maine Island Trails Association, The Nature Conservancy, Appalachian Trail Conservancy and sporting groups such as Trout Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine and the Carrabassett Valley New England Mountain Bike Chapter. The company also provides $200,000 annually to support the Island Explorer propane bus system at Acadia National Park.
Maine PUC approves $25,000 fine for Summit Natural Gas safety violations
Portland Press Herald - Tuesday, December 16, 2014 

With little comment, the Maine Public Utilities Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to fine Summit Natural Gas of Maine $25,000 for alleged safety violations. The fine, reduced from $100,000, involved charges that employees of contractors working for Summit had not passed a written test to certify that they were qualified to install pipelines, and that the company falsified a test to make it seem like the workforce had the required certifications. Following negotiations, Summit agreed to pay the $25,000 fine and take various steps to assure proper training and installation procedures.
Hike: Birch Mountain Ledges
Aislinn Sarnacki Act Out Blog - Tuesday, December 16, 2014 

Peaks-Kenny State Park, located on the sandy south shore of Sebec Lake, is a popular outdoor destination year round. In the summer, people tent out at the parks 50-plus campsites, sunbathe on the sandy beach, swim and fish in the lake and explore more than 10 miles of trails. In the winter, the park is more quiet, but it’s a favorite spot for a handful of ice fishermen, cross-country skiers and snowshoers. One of the longest trails in the park is the Birch Mountain Trail, a 2.3-mile loop trail that travels to the one of the high points of Birch Mountain.
PERC part owner, Orrington official seek continued negotiations with backers of regional solid waste processing plant planned for Hampden
Bangor Daily News - Tuesday, December 16, 2014 

Aside from expected hikes in tipping fees, missed deadlines and failures to communicate were among the problems that prompted a group formed to meet the region’s trash disposal needs to begin making plans to strike off in a new direction. The Municipal Review Committee, a group representing the trash disposal interests of 187 Maine communities, announced Monday night that it plans to develop a $60 million state-of-the-art solid waste recycling and processing facility in Hampden’s “triangle” area. The group voted in January to pursue the Fiberight technology for its new facility, which is being planned to replace the Penobscot Energy Recovery Co., a waste-to-energy plant in Orrington where member communities’ trash is sent to be burned and converted into electricity.
Landowner Penalized for Liquidation Logging Violations
Maine Government News - Tuesday, December 16, 2014 

The Maine Forest Service has reached a settlement regarding two violations of Maine’s Liquidation Harvesting rules on properties owned by Dillon Investments, LLC of Anson, Maine. The violations occurred on two separate parcels of land in Madison and Norridgewock. The liquidation harvesting plans developed by a licensed forester for the parcels were not in compliance with Maine’s rule, and the parcels were either sold or offered for sale before Dillon Investments owned them for a period of five years. Dillon Investments agreed to pay a $6,200.00 civil penalty for the Madison property and not to sell the Norridgewock parcel before August 16, 2017 in order to resolve the situation.
That all-electric car may not be so green after all
Associated Press - Tuesday, December 16, 2014 

People who own all-electric cars where coal generates the power may think they are helping the environment. But a new study finds their vehicles actually make the air dirtier, worsening global warming. The key is the source of the electricity all-electric cars. If it comes from coal, the electric cars produce 3.6 times more soot and smog deaths than gas, because of the pollution made in generating the electricity. They also are significantly worse at heat-trapping carbon dioxide that worsens global warming. Ethanol isn’t so green, either.
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Maine Organic Farmers
and Gardeners Assn

Irving Certification Valuation
Mitch Lansky, founder of the Maine Low-Impact Forestry Project and author of “Low-Impact Forestry: Forestry as if the Future Mattered,” recently submitted a paper called “Irving Certification Valuation” to the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), a global, multi-stakeholder forestry organization with a mission to "promote environmentally sound, socially beneficial and economically prosperous management of the world's forests." Certification by FSC of wood products, traced through chain of custody to "sustainable" forest practices, is required for many "green" building and paper programs. In the United States and Canada alone, FSC certifies nearly 173 million acres. Yet, says Lansky, J. D. Irving Ltd. – whose forestry practices in Maine are FSC certified – uses short rotations “that look suspiciously like plantations” rather than natural forests; uses more herbicides than all other forest landowners in Maine combined; is managing for stand structures that are vulnerable to spruce budworm; was cutting more than its forests were growing; and was not treating its contractors in socially responsible ways. Read and download Lansky’s in-depth analysis (Word document) at http://www.meepi.org/lif/Irvingrecertification.doc.
12/17/2014 11:00:00 PM

Protect Seed Libraries
Source: Legalize Seeds - After Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture adopted a policy restricting the Simpson Seed Library in Mechanicsburg, PA from sharing locally saved seed, several states have followed suit, threatening the continued existence of seed libraries.
12/15/2014 11:00:00 PM

EPA, USDA, and the White House Team Up to Promote Bad Nutrient Trading Program in Virginia
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the White House Council on Environmental Quality have mistakenly put their faith in a voluntary, market-based trading scheme in Virginia that will do little to actually reduce pollution.
12/15/2014 11:00:00 PM

Back to the future: Scientists want 'rewilded' crops to boost agriculture
By Chris Arsenault - Scientists should "re-wild" food crops by inserting lost genetic properties of ancient, edible plants in order to boost agricultural output for a growing population, a new study said.
12/15/2014 11:00:00 PM

“Farming with Native Beneficial Insects” Means Solving for Pattern
By Adrian Ayres Fisher, Ecological Gardening - Our culture is awash in pink slime solutions. If you’ve seen "Food, Inc.," you’ll recognize this as "solving" the problem of E. coli in ground beef by concocting an ammonia-containing additive (pink slime) and then building large factories to incorporate it into the beef before it goes to the consumer. Other examples abound.
12/15/2014 11:00:00 PM

Maine local food movement inspires credit union focused on small farms
By Darren Fishell - Whitefield: The 100-acre organic farm that Rufus Percy and his wife started working a decade ago is mix of leased land, family land and mortgaged land. He’s one of the young farmers leading a resurgence in the industry that aims to re-establish more local food systems in the state, where Maine is leading the way. But before that really takes off, he said, more accessible funding needs to be available to the folks who grow food that Mainers put in their mouths.
12/14/2014 11:00:00 PM

Controversial French Scientist Defends GMO Research
By Karen Briere, The Western Producer - French scientist Gilles-Eric Seralini says attempts to discredit him and his research into GMOs and pesticides are negated by the fact his work continues.
12/14/2014 11:00:00 PM

Do you speak cow? Researchers listen in on 'conversations' between calves and their mothers
Source: University of Queen Mary, London - Researchers have been eavesdropping on 'conversations' between calves and their mothers - measuring the process of how cows communicate using detailed acoustic analysis for the first time.
12/14/2014 11:00:00 PM

Natural Resources Council
of Maine

A Realistic Plan to Attract Jobs, Businesses to the Bangor Region
By Sean Faircloth, Special to the BDN Bangor Daily News op-ed Chris Dalton, a former Californian, owns a softw...
12/18/2014 8:26:36 AM

Arctic’s Future Not Very Bright, New Report Says
Ice is being replaced with dark land and water that absorbs more energy, keeping more heat on an already warmi...
12/18/2014 8:14:06 AM

Maine Birders Dive into Annual Christmas Bird Count
By Aislinn Sarnacki, BDN Staff Bangor Daily News news story Thousands of people across the country have been c...
12/18/2014 8:07:40 AM

Be Grateful Not Wasteful
If you purchase gifts, buy those with less packaging and pack them in recycled paper or reusable gift bags. To...
12/18/2014 4:00:53 AM

Keeping Warm with Style
Accessorizing for warmth can help you keep the thermostat down, saving money and reducing pollution. Try a col...
12/17/2014 4:00:07 AM

Trash Disposal Group, Town Officials Unveil Plan for Solid Waste Processing Plant in Hampden
By Dawn Gagnon and Nok-Noi Ricker, BDN Staff Bangor Daily News news story HAMPDEN, Maine — A town with a long ...
12/16/2014 2:04:57 PM

Unplug for the Day
If you choose to decorate with lights, remember to unplug them during the day. Better yet, use a timer so they...
12/16/2014 4:00:11 AM

Maine Lagging Behind in Solar Energy
WCSH-6 TV news story SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — According to the Natural Resources Council of...
12/15/2014 5:12:13 PM

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