#LoveMaineWaters Campaign Kicking Off This Summer Maine Marine Trades Association is pleased to join a coalition of Maine nonprofits who are announcing a community communications campaign to support clean water and safety for all water users. Four water-focused Maine nonprofits are announcing a social media campaign to encourage all people to take responsibility for the
The Maine Technology Institute (MTI) has established the Pandemic Recovery for an Innovative Maine Economy (PRIME) Fund to distribute $39 million in federal grants approved through the American Rescue Plan Act. The PRIME Fund will help fortify Maine businesses as they recover from negative impacts caused by the pandemic. Funding is available for development and innovation throughout the state’s technology sectors.
From Maine DEP: New Law Becomes Effective October 18, 2021 The legislature adopted one bill in the first session of the 130th Legislature (2021) with shoreland zone implications that is now in effect. Public Law 2021, chapter 336 (enacting LD 1161 – An Act Concerning Marina-based Restaurants in the Shoreland Zone) authorizes a municipality to adopt an
Mills Administration Announces First Call for Proposals Since 2017 for Land for Maine’s Future Program
October 8, 2021 Governor Mills’ Administration has announced a call for proposals for conservation and recreation projects through the Lands for Maine’s Future Program (LMF). This LMF funding opportunity is the first since 2017 and is the direct result of Governor Mills’ proposing and lawmakers approving $40 million over four years to replenish the program
Inc. magazine today revealed that Marina Holdings LLC, which is comprised of Yarmouth Boat Yard, Moose Landing Marina, and Freedom Boat Club of Maine, made their annual Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. This prestigious ranking represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its
Maine Ocean School Recruiting High School Students and Engaging in Citizen Science Maine Ocean School is pleased to announce their involvement in a citizen scientist project beginning this academic year, which will explore the dynamics of the Penobscot River Estuary. Funded by the National Science Foundation, students will contribute to the research conducted by Lauren