May 24, 2015
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The Alewives of Surry, May 31
Event - Posted - Sunday, May 24, 2015 

Watch the alewives returning at high tide with Ted Ames, and learn about the traditional alewife in Patten Stream. At Town of Surry Landing, May 31, 10-11:30 am. Sponsored by The Surry Alewife Committee, SCIA, and Blue Hill Heritage Trust.
Maine Environmental News
Announcement - Saturday, May 23, 2015 

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Birding at Thorne Head Preserve, May 30
Event - Posted - Saturday, May 23, 2015 

Ted Allen from Merrymeeting Audubon will lead birders through Kennebec Estuary Land Trust’s Thorne Head Preserve in Bath. May 30, meet at CVS in Bath at 7:30 am to carpool or at the preserve parking lot at 8:00 am.
Kennebec Land Trust hikes
Event - Posted - Saturday, May 23, 2015 

In celebration of the Kennebec Land Trust’s newly released hiking guide, "Take a Hike," KLT is offering a hike on every property included in the guide during 2014 and 2015.
Call for Artists to Take Part in Paint the Weskeag to Benefit Land Trust
Announcement - Friday, May 22, 2015 

The Kelpie Gallery in South Thomaston invites plein air artists to take part in the second annual "Wet Paint on the Weskeag!" to benefit Georges River Land Trust. Artists will paint outdoors in the vicinity of Wesseweskeag River and Marsh on August 15, with the pictures to be auctioned August 16. Submit for jurying two representative images of work by May 29.
Live osprey webcam
Announcement - Wednesday, May 20, 2015 

The webcam is located on 330-acre Hog Island, in Muscongus Bay off Bremen. It is hosted by in partnership with the Audubon Society.
Rally & Hearing: Corporations Are Not People and Money Is Not Speech, May 27
Action Alert - Wednesday, May 20, 2015 

Public Hearing on HP 956 "Joint Resolution ... Regarding ... Corporations as People and the Role of Money In the Election Process." At Cross Office Building, Augusta, May 27, rally at 12 pm, hearing at 1 pm.
Acadia Quest
Announcement - Wednesday, May 20, 2015 

Acadia Quest is a series of youth- and family-oriented experiences in Acadia National Park that encourage youth and families to explore, learn, and protect national parks and other conserved lands.
Wildlife in Spring, May 26
Event - Posted - Tuesday, May 19, 2015 

The Center for Wildlife from Cape Neddick will present an interactive family program featuring seasonal adaptations with several live, non-releasable wild animal ambassadors, including the oh-so-interesting Virginia opossum. At Topsham Public Library, May 26, 6:30-8 pm. Sponsored by Cathance River Education Alliance.
Maine's Economy & Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities, Jun 12
Event - Posted - Tuesday, May 19, 2015 

An unprecedented gathering of some of Maine's largest Chambers of Commerce, environmental, energy and research organizations to explore the changes that climate change is bringing to Maine's economy, including both it's challenges and opportunities. At Brunswick, June 12, 8 am - 3:30 pm. Sponsored by Envision Maine.
Camden to celebrate Arbor Day, May 24
Event - Posted - Sunday, May 17, 2015 

After a brief ceremony, including reading Camden’s official Arbor Day proclamation and the presentation of Camden’s 20th Tree City USA Award, a walking tour will be guided by author and arborist Nancy Caudle-Johnson and Conservation Commission Chairman Douglas Johnson. There will be copies of the new Walking Tour brochure. At Camden Town Green, May 24, 1 pm.
End of the Trail, Baxter Peak, May 23
Announcement - Saturday, May 16, 2015 

Host Willem Lange revisits one of his favorite places, Baxter Peak, at the end of the Appalachian Trail in Maine. Lange hikes up to Chimney Pond and then takes the Saddle Trail to Baxter Peak at a towering 5,267 feet. Maine Public TV, May 23, 10 am.
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, May 23-25
Event - Posted - Saturday, May 16, 2015 

At Boothbay. Free admission for all Maine residents with ID.
Freeport Birding Weekend, May 22-24
Event - Posted - Thursday, May 14, 2015 

A weekend of speakers, clinics and outings about birds that will appeal to beginners and pros across all ages. At L.L.Bean, Freeport, May 22-24. Sponsored by L.L. Bean and Maine Audubon.
Birding at Middle Bay, May 20
Event - Posted - Wednesday, May 13, 2015 

Jan Pierson will lead a bird walk at Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust's preserve on upper Middle Bay to watch for migrants along the preserve edge, listen for residents already back, and check the marsh and cove with a scope. May 20, 7 am. RSVP required.
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Flotilla throws support behind Penobscot Nation’s ancestral fishing and hunting rights
Bangor Daily News - Saturday, May 23, 2015 

Approximately 30 canoes and small watercraft plied the waters of the Penobscot River in Bangor on Saturday in a protest to show support for the Penobscot Nation in its fight against the state of Maine to keep a portion of the river as part of its reservation. Organized by the social and environmental advocacy group SEEDs For Justice, the event brought more than 60 paddlers, including members of the Penobscot Nation, and more than 70 others who stood on the shore handing out leaflets and holding signs.
Mount Agamenticus offers stunning, accessible views in York
Foster's Daily Democrat - Saturday, May 23, 2015 

The place is special; a unique coastal forest rich with the highest diversity of animal and plant species in Maine, and it is open to sustainable outdoor recreation. Trails are used by hikers, bikers, walkers, skiers and snowshoers. Selected trails are open to horseback riders and snowmobile and ATV riders. The Learning Lodge at the summit has displays and classes. The less-abled are also welcomed and the first stage of a new trail, the Big A Universal Access Trail, is just open.
Column: Styrofoam trays become a meaty issue for one earnest household
Portland Press Herald - Saturday, May 23, 2015 

“What say we stop buying meat sold on Styrofoam trays?” says I to Frederick. “Brown craft paper we can burn, but Styrofoam trays lined with padding that reminds me of a diaper we cannot.” “Agreed,” says Frederick. In compliance with our accord, Frederick stands in line at the meat counter every evening with the intention to buy meat not packed on Styrofoam trays. Meat, just enough for our small family, wrapped in brown craft paper, handed over the counter by a real person in a white paper hat is the desired outcome of his daily food shop. Sadly, Frederick abandons his post in line at the meat counter almost every evening because there is rarely anyone behind the meat counter to sell him raw, unpacked meat. Collected as a result of too many servings for one small family, Styrofoam trays with half portions of this and that sit stacked in our refrigerator one on top of the other. ~ Jolene McGowan
Letter: Penobscot River restoration
Bangor Daily News - Saturday, May 23, 2015 

I am responding to the April 17 letter to the editor entitled “Dam removal wrong” by Joseph King Jr. of Veazie in which he misinformed Bangor Daily News readers about the importance of removing dams on Maine rivers. Over the last two decades, river herring populations have plummeted by 95 percent. Positive changes have already been realized with a substantial increase in the number of alewives returning to the river, which will help our coastal fishing economy by lowering the costs of herring used by local lobsterman. There will be more recreational fishing available and the opportunity for local fishing guides to benefit from the open rivers. The rivers must remain open to the sea. ~ Michael J. Good, Town Hill
Earthquakes Strike — Plate Pressure Obvious
Other - Friday, May 22, 2015 

After issuing a forecast for the United States to begin showing major seismic movement, we now see the movement has begun. The West Coast movement has now been followed by movement along the edge of the craton extending across the United States (as we would expect, seismic pressure is transferring east across the plate edge). Since issuing the earthquake forecast, we have now seen a 5.4 magnitude earthquake strike South Nevada, and several smaller events strike the Southern and Eastern portion of the craton across Alabama, South Carolina, and up the East Coast to Maine.
Senate votes to grant Obama fast-track power on trade deals
Reuters - Friday, May 22, 2015 

President Barack Obama scored a major victory Friday when the U.S. Senate voted to give him “fast-track” powers that would help wrap up negotiations on a 12-nation Pacific Rim trade deal central to projecting American influence in Asia. Attention now turns to the House of Representatives, where opposition is deeper to granting the president power to negotiate trade deals that can be approved or rejected by Congress but not amended.
Blog: How a missing word and a few misguided bills could undermine Maine’s energy future
Other - Friday, May 22, 2015 

American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy - Who knew an “and” could unravel everything? In Maine, we’re seeing just how much damage three missing letters can do. In 2013, the Maine legislature passed the Omnibus Energy Act, stabilizing funding for the energy efficiency programs led by the state’s third-party administrator, the Efficiency Maine Trust. The law raised the amount of funds going to Efficiency Maine, setting spending requirements as a percentage of retail and transmission and distribution sales. The problem? Despite the clear intent of the legislation, a drafting error left out the “and,” leaving the door open for state regulators to reduce energy efficiency program budgets by nearly $40 million by capping efficiency spending based on just a portion of sales.
LePage won’t seek taxpayer money to help Nova Star, official says
Portland Press Herald - Friday, May 22, 2015 

The state’s top economic development official says Gov. Paul LePage won’t be asking the Maine Legislature to tap taxpayer money to help fund the ferry service between Portland and Nova Scotia, despite widely held assumptions in Nova Scotia that LePage plans to submit a bill that would do just that. Since 2013, the operator of the Nova Star ferry has been seeking a $5 million line of credit from a Maine bank and has sought help from the state to help it secure that loan. George Gervais, the commissioner of the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development, said in an interview Thursday that the operator will get the loan only if it convinces a commercial lender that it can pay the money back. “There is no legislative solution,” he said.
David Rockefeller makes rare public appearance before 100th birthday
Associated Press - Friday, May 22, 2015 

David Rockefeller made a rare public appearance before his 100th birthday to formally announce the donation of 1,000 acres bordering Acadia National Park in Maine. The retired CEO of Chase Manhattan Bank and grandson of oil tycoon John Rockefeller Sr. told a group of family and friends Friday that he’s happy to see the land preserved for future generations through the transfer to the Mount Desert Island & Garden Preserve. His daughter, Eileen Goodwin, said 1,000 acres amounts to 10 acres for each year of his life, a reference to her father’s 100th birthday next month.
More layoffs expected after Catalyst paper machine shutdown extended to August
Sun Journal - Friday, May 22, 2015 

Catalyst Paper announced Wednesday that a temporary shutdown of the No. 12 paper machine in Rumford would be extended to August. The machine manufactures coated paper used in catalogs and magazines. Rumford mill spokesman Tony Lyons said the layoffs are "directly market-related."
The machine has been on a temporary shutdown since the beginning of May and has been "up and down for the last year or so," he said. In November 2013, the Rumford mill announced it would stop making pulp on the No. 12 paper machine due to "tough economic conditions." About 120 workers were laid off. Forty-one hourly employees were recalled in April 2014 when the mill started using the machine again. In January, Catalyst Paper Holdings bought Rumford Paper Co.
State Budget Writers Reject Governor's Plan to Reorganize AG Department
Maine Public Broadcasting Network - Friday, May 22, 2015 

A plan by Gov. Paul LePage to reorganize the recently-created Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry has run into bipartisan opposition among lawmakers. Members of the budget-writing Appropriations Committee unanimously rejected most of the proposal, including the most controversial part. Hundreds of lines in the proposed two-year state budget are devoted to the reorganization proposal. But what drew the most concern by lawmakers was moving the Bureau of Public Lands under the umbrella of the Maine Forest Service.
Rockefeller Gives Maine a Birthday Gift: 1,000 Acres of Scenic Land
Maine Public Broadcasting Network - Friday, May 22, 2015 

Soon to mark his 100th birthday, former bank chairman David Rockefeller announced his birthday gift to the Acadia region: 1,000 acres land laced with streams and trails in Seal Harbor. Rockefeller, grandson of oil tycoon John Rockefeller Sr., will transfer the acreage into the care of the Mount Desert Island & Garden Preserve for public use. The land, which is adjacent to Acadia National Park, has always been open to the public, and use will not change. The gift continues a legacy of land stewardship begun by Rockefeller's father, John D. Rockefeller Jr, who was largely responsible for donating the lands that became Acadia National Park.
Wal-Mart’s push on animal welfare hailed as game changer
Associated Press - Friday, May 22, 2015 

Wal-Mart’s push to get its suppliers to give farm animals fewer antibiotics and more room to roam is expected to have a big impact on the food industry, experts say. Though the steps are voluntary, Wal-Mart, which sells more food than any other store, has a history of using its retail muscle to change the way products are made and sold across the retail industry.
Rockefeller family marks 1,000-acre donation to MDI preserve
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 22, 2015 

Standing at a podium underneath a large white tent a few feet away from the edge of Little Long Pond, David Rockefeller made it clear Friday that Mount Desert Island is a special place to him and his family. “Seal Harbor, maybe more than any other location that I can think of in the world, has been important to me since I first came here when I was 3 months old in my parents’ hands,” the 99-year-old billionaire told more than 100 people who had gathered around him. Rockefeller, three of his grown children and dozens of others connected to the land conservation community on MDI had come to a meadow next to the pond to celebrate Rockefeller’s donation of more than 1,000 acres of land surrounding the pond to the Mount Desert Land and Garden Preserve.
Maine Forest Service Warns of Increase in Browntail Moth Caterpillar Infestation
Maine Government News - Friday, May 22, 2015 

The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry (DACF) is warning Maine residents that the infestation of a noxious invasive caterpillar is worse this year than last year and local residents should begin thinking now about how they want to deal with the pest. Browntail moth caterpillar hairs can cause a blistery, oozy rash or respiratory distress for people who come into contact with them.
Obama Administration Considering New Options for Conserving Migratory Birds
American Bird Conservancy - Friday, May 22, 2015 

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will announce Tuesday that it intends to prepare a programmatic environmental impact statement to evaluate the effects of authorizing incidental take of migratory birds under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA). American Bird Conservancy, which petitioned the administration in 2011 and again in 2015 to adopt a permitting system to reduce or eliminate incidental bird mortality caused by wind energy developments, applauds this action.
Editorial: Legislature can — and should — end LePage’s land conservation power grab
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 22, 2015 

In touting his income tax elimination plan, Gov. Paul LePage’s message is that the people should decide. But, when it comes to land conservation, it doesn’t matter that the people have already decided — supporting Land for Maine’s Future bonds in 2010 and 2012 with more votes than LePage received in 2014. On this one, LePage says he will decide what projects get funding. Sen. Roger Katz’s bill, which that requires the governor to issue bonds approved by voters except in extraordinary circumstances and it eliminates the requirement that the governor sign off on bond sales, offers a way for lawmakers to heed the will of the voters, as well as to put this sorry episode to rest.
Column: As songbirds return, so does mating season
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 22, 2015 

It’s all about sex. This weekend, the bulk of migrating songbirds will finish the long journey to Maine and begin the competition for territories and mates. Actual fights are rare. Rather, it’s mostly a contest of song. However, there can be brief comical moments. ~ Bob Duchesne
Fisheries commission studying black sea bass
Associated Press - Friday, May 22, 2015 

A multistate management commission is working on an assessment of the health of the black sea bass population. The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission is evaluating the status of the fish north of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, to help inform the way it manages the species. The black bass commercial fishery was worth more than $8.5 million in 2013. The commission is accepting data about the fishery until June 19. Scientists have said the bass are increasing in northern New England waters because of accelerated water temperature increases in recent years.
Alewives return to Blackman Stream, inspire celebratory festival
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 22, 2015 

On Blackman Stream, on the grounds of the Maine Forest and Logging Museum, the resurgence is obvious. “[The return of so many fish] is such a big concept to try to describe,”said Jill Packard, executive director of the Maine Forest and Logging Museum. “I think it really ties back into that concept of sustainability and why living in Maine can be sustainable. I think it’s about understanding our resources and understanding how the resources we have tie into society, our economy and our environment." "Alewives are a keystone species. They can be the building block of an ecosystem,” Richard Dill, a fisheries biologist for the Maine Department of Marine Resources, said.
Landowner Relations Program may expand, thanks to legislature
George Smith's Outdoor News Blog - Friday, May 22, 2015 

With a couple of significant changes, legislation to expand the landowner relations program at Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife won a nearly unanimous vote of support from the legislature’s Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee on May 14. DIF&W was the only opponent. Major Chris Cloutier of the Maine Warden Service delivered the agency’s testimony, explaining what they are doing now to foster good landowner relations, and objecting to any new duties without additional funding.
Column: Tolerance tested as fur bearers co-opt food meant for birds
Portland Press Herald - Friday, May 22, 2015 

At first, squirrels got the benefit of the doubt. Then we began to feel used. ~ M.D. Harmon
Column: Veto says LePage doesn’t trust Maine hunters
Portland Press Herald - Friday, May 22, 2015 

Dear Governor LePage, Why don’t you trust Maine hunters? “An Act to Allow a Moose Permit to Be Transferred to a Family Member” is a seemingly obscure bill passed overwhelmingly by both chambers of the Legislature. The measure would allow someone who wins a moose-hunting permit in the state’s annual lottery to transfer said permit to a deserving family member no later than 30 days before the start of the moose-hunting season. Rather than add your rubber stamp to this piece of compassionate and bipartisan lawmaking, out came your fully loaded veto pen. On Tuesday, the Legislature overrode your veto. Unanimously. That’s not leadership, Governor. That’s the same old anger that’s been your weapon of choice since the day you first took office. It’s about time it backfired. ~ Bill Nemitz
Letter: No mining in Maine
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 22, 2015 

There are some people who want to open the natural beauty of northern Maine to mining at Bald Mountain. It is easy to forget how privileged we are to live in such a wonderful healthy world as we do here in Maine. Creating mining laws that would permit the permanent destruction or degradation of our water and air will be the beginning of the end of Maine — “The way life should be.” Maine can be a gleaming example of how to do things right and protect that which sustains us, or it can be another toxic wasteland created for a profit to the few at the expense to every living thing. ~ Peter Crockett, Argyle Township
Blog: Outdoorsmen pay for licenses, registrations. Why don’t skiers and golfers even foot sales tax?
Bangor Daily News - Thursday, May 21, 2015 

People who hunt, snowmobile, fish and ride ATV’s pay fees for licenses and registrations. These fees help to maintain the beautiful state and to keep all of us safe as we access its beauty. Why are these particular outdoors people singled out, but skiers and golfers are exempt? Some claim smaller ski- and golf-related businesses might fail should a tax expansion go into effect. But markets either support a business model or they don’t. If markets don’t support a given business model, the model needs to change. Further, nonprofit organizations providing opportunities to ski and golf are already exempt from sales taxes, and any expansion legislation could insure this status remains. ~ Patricia Callahan
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Maine Organic Farmers
and Gardeners Assn

EU dropped pesticide laws due to US pressure over TTIP, documents reveal
EU moves to regulate hormone-damaging chemicals linked to cancer and male infertility were shelved following pressure from US trade officials over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) free trade deal, newly released documents show.
5/21/2015 11:00:00 PM

Arguments against GMOs
By Mary Odum, A Prosperous Way Down - Corporations promote GMOs as the solution to world hunger through expanded global food sources. That hopeful argument is not based on evidence, and there are many arguments against widespread GMO use. Most science and policy arguments are reductionist. But Einstein said that we cannot solve problems from the same consciousness that created the problems.
5/21/2015 11:00:00 PM

California to vote on banning products with plastic microbeads
By Haya El Nasser - Those tiny blue specks in toothpaste and the gritty granules in many facial cleansers could soon be banned in California. The State Assembly is scheduled to vote Friday on the nation’s toughest ban on plastic microbeads, used in a variety of personal care products, from body wash to exfoliating creams.
5/20/2015 11:00:00 PM

Organic farming 'benefits biodiversity'
By Helen Briggs - Organic farms act as a refuge for wild plants, offsetting the loss of biodiversity on conventional farms, a study suggests.
5/19/2015 11:00:00 PM

Bird Flu Is Slamming Factory Farms But Sparing Backyard Flocks. Why?
By Tom Philpott - The Midwest's ongoing avian flu crisis is wreaking havoc on the region's large-scale egg and turkey farms. Last week alone, the US Department of Agriculture confirmed that the virus had turned up in more than 20 additional facilities in the region, condemning 4 million birds to euthanasia. Altogether, the H5N2 virus – "highly pathogenic" to birds, so far non-threatening to humans – has affected 168 sites and a jaw-dropping 36 million birds, the great bulk of them in Iowa and surrounding states. It's the largest avian flu outbreak in US history – and it has already wiped out 40 percent of the egg-laying flock in Iowa, the number-one egg-producing state in the US, according to The New York Times.
5/19/2015 11:00:00 PM

First company certified to use government-verified non-GMO seal
By Joan Murphy - The Agricultural Marketing Service has certified the first company, SunOpta Inc., to label its food-grade soybeans and corn with a new, USDA non-GMO seal.
5/19/2015 11:00:00 PM

White House makes bid to save honeybees but ignores toxic pesticides
By Rose Hackman - Plan makes millions of acres of federal land more bee-friendly but does not ban the use of neonicotinoids which research shows are closely linked to bee life loss.
5/18/2015 11:00:00 PM

OSGATA Membership Overwhelmingly Votes To Oppose Industry's Organic Check-off
A just-concluded major referendum by the membership of the organic seed industry leader, Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association (OSGATA), was unanimously opposed to the "Organic Check-off" proposed by the Organic Trade Association (OTA). Significantly, not a single vote was cast in favor of the Organic Check-off and America's organic farmers and seed growers reject the OTA's mandatory tax on organics.
5/18/2015 11:00:00 PM

Natural Resources Council
of Maine

Choose Locally Raised Grass-fed Beef
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5/23/2015 4:00:32 AM

How a Missing Word and a Few Misguided Bills Could Undermine Maine’s Energy Future
By Annie Gilleo, Senior Policy Analyst at ACEEE American Council for an Energy-Efficiency Economy Blog Post &#...
5/22/2015 12:08:56 PM

PUC Stands by Efficiency Maine Funding Decision
By MaineBiz Staff Writer MaineBiz News Story The Maine Public Utilities Commission has decided against reconsi...
5/22/2015 8:30:16 AM

Turn in Your Old Thermostat
Replace your old mercury-containing thermostat and bring it to a hardware store for a $5 coupon. Mercury that ...
5/22/2015 4:00:09 AM

David Rockefeller to Donate 1,000+ Acres on Mount Desert Island
By Dennis Hoey, Portland Press Herald Staff Writer PPH News Story   One of America’s wealthiest individua...
5/21/2015 2:09:01 PM

Maine Regulators Won’t Reconsider Efficiency Maine ‘and’ Case
By Darren Fishell, BDN Staff Writer Bangor Daily News Story PORTLAND, Maine — State regulators won’t revisit t...
5/21/2015 9:01:43 AM

Maine PUC Decision Sends $38 Million Efficiency Trust “Fix” Problem Back to Lawmakers
By A.J. Higgins, MPBN News Staff Writer MPBN News Story   AUGUSTA, Maine – It will be up to the Mai...
5/21/2015 8:24:53 AM

Maine Utility Regulators Vote Against Reconsidering Efficiency Maine Decision
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5/21/2015 8:21:43 AM
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