Members of the Passamaquoddy Tribe live in Maine and New Brunswick at the entrance to the Bay of Fundy. They have always depended for their sustenance on marine animals and plants, including porpoise and whales. The following is their current … Continue reading WHALING: Passamaquoddy Tribe on Porpoise Hunting Today
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 Continue reading Shaping the Future of the Quoddy Region
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.
Passamaquoddy Bay Area, Bay of Fundy 1901 [pdf-embedder url=”https://archiveatlantic.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/b2a63-crewoftheschoonermadagascasawagreatsnake.pdf”%5D From: Tales from the Tides Inn. Illustrated by Art MacKay Continue reading Monsters: The Crew of the Schooner Madagasca Saw a Great Snake, 1901
Lessons learned while protecting one of the Fundy areas most important areas ABOUT Occupying the shared border between Canada and the United States, Head Harbour Passage, Friars Roads, Western Passage, Passamaquoddy Bay, Cobscook Bay and St. Croix River Estuary … Continue reading ISSUE – LNG: Looking back on the 10 years battle to stop LNG development in Passamaquoddy Bay
Art MacKay: 06 Nov 2017 Some of us remember the Passamaquoddy Bay Region on the Maine – New Brunswick border, as a bustling centre of activity fed by the abundant fisheries of the area. Major changes have happened since the … Continue reading FISHERIES: Just how much have things changed in 90 years you ask!
Fishing rights are one of the big prizes for the tiny Passamaquoddy First Nation in southern New Brunswick as it negotiates status recognition with the government of Canada. (Steve Bruce/CBC) ReporterPaul Withers Another Indigenous fishery is in the works in … Continue reading N.B. First Nation seeking access to fishery has international implications
Carved in Stone UMaine and tribal experts collaborate to save Maine’s rare petroglyphs on Machias Bay Buried and engraved along Maine’s coast are valuable pieces of the region’s past at risk of being lost forever. But before they’re gone, researchers … Continue reading STORIES ON STONE: Saving Maine Petroglyphs