Wait a moment for flipbook to load. [3d-flip-book mode=”fullscreen” urlparam=”fb3d-page” pdf=”https://archiveatlantic.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/92c49-shaping-the-future.pdf”%5D Advertisements Continue reading Shaping the Future of the Quoddy Region
The following post from 2006 provides an interesting history of the New England Aquarium and Canadian Whale Institute in their continuing efforts to save the North Atlantic Right whale. I think it’s worth repeating a decade later. Art MacKay ******************************** By … Continue reading WHALES: Canadian Whale Institute delivers the message about the North Atlantic Right Whale
There are indeed strange and wonderful things out there to discover. Thanks for this one NH Nana ************************** Sunday, Jan 2016 Posted by Deborah in Daily Run Adventurouslee Up in the woods of New Hampshire’s town of Chesterfield, there is a … Continue reading Madame Sherri’s Forest | New Hampshire Nana
The Passamaquoddy Area of the Bay of Fundy is one of the most important on the east coast. ABOUT When billions of tons of water rush in and out through Head Harbour Passage twice each day, something magical happens. … Continue reading EXPLORE: The Quoddy Region where something “magical” happens.
Vermont covered bridges are lovely to look at and they are steeped in history. Source: Vermont Covered Bridges Have you ever seen a Vermont covered bridge? Scroll down this page to see images of covered bridges in the state of … Continue reading Vermont Covered Bridges
“The Bay of Fundy Ecosystem Partnership is a virtual Institute, open to both individuals and groups who are interested in the well being of the Bay of Fundy. It is our goal to promote the integrity, vitality, biodiversity and productivity … Continue reading INFORMATION: You need to follow the Bay of Fundy Ecosystem Partnership to get the latest
Lance Tapley POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 16, 2015 Editor’s note: This is the second story in a three-part series investigating the Irving corporate presence in Maine and New Brunswick and its implications for the state’s future. SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK — If … Continue reading New Brunswick, the Irving company’s province – Pine Tree Watch
Under the United National Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), we have established Zones of influence over our oceans. They are less than perfect, but there are legal mechanisms for settling disputes, although ultimately “power”, financial or … Continue reading OUTSIDE THE BOX: Community Economic Zones – Let’s Do Business!
Buried under the tundra on a windy cape of Baffin Island lies one of the most important archeological finds in Canada. An untrained eye would miss it—but not scientist Pat Sutherland. Her new work here at the place they call … Continue reading The Norse: An Arctic Mystery
Lake Winnipesaukee Mystery Stone For its size New Hampshire seems to have a large number of mysteries and many of these are found in numerous writings online and offline. My family duties are keeping me close to home lately so … Continue reading MYSTERIES: New Hampshire mystery stone baffles the experts
Most of us realize how important water is, but many don’t really understand how complex, diverse, and beautiful our freshwater ecosystem really is and how it is important to a huge diversity of plants and animals. This infographic was created … Continue reading WATER: East Coast Rivers & Streams Infographic