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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
Grand Opening of Curtis Farm Preserve Trails, Jun 6
Event - Posted - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

Join Harpswell Heritage Land Trust for a celebration of new hiking trails at Curtis Farm Preserve. June 6, 10 am.
National Trails Day, Jun 6
Event - Posted - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day® is a celebration of America’s magnificent trail system.
Maine Canoe Symposium, Jun 5-7
Event - Posted - Friday, May 29, 2015 

Established in 1986, the Maine Canoe Symposium is a volunteer-run, nonprofit weekend event held annually. The Symposium allows participants of all ages to develop an appreciation of the diversity of North American canoeing heritage and to develop canoeing and related skills through educational workshops, presentations, and hands-on instruction. At Camp Winona, Bridgton, June 5-7.
Wildlife in Harpswell, Jun 4
Event - Posted - Thursday, May 28, 2015 

Ed Robinson will talk about local wildlife species in Harpswell. At Orr's Island Library, June 4, 7 pm.
A New National Park, Jun 4
Event - Posted - Thursday, May 28, 2015 

EPI has proposed to donate up to 150,000 acres for a new National Park and National Recreation Area. NRCM staffer Eliza Donoghue will present photos and a film. At Blue Hill Public Library, June 4, 7 pm.
Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park June Events
Event - Posted - Thursday, May 28, 2015 

Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park in Freeport offers nature programs in June at 2 pm daily. Here is the schedule.
Take a Stand Against Solar Rollbacks
Action Alert - Wednesday, May 27, 2015 

Governor LePage has proposed a batch of bad bills that attack solar power, other renewable energy sources and energy efficiency, and steal money from the Bureau of Parks and Lands. ~ Maine Audubon
Protect Maine from Mining Pollution; reject LD 750
Action Alert - Wednesday, May 27, 2015 

Unfortunately, weak mining rules are in front of the Maine Legislature again. In an 8-5 vote, the majority of the Environment and Natural Resources Committee passed LD 750, which will not make DEP’s proposed mining rules protective. LD 750 does not provide clear, consistent requirements for mining companies. It doesn’t protect Maine’s clean water from mining pollution or ensure Maine taxpayers won’t pay for the messes mining companies leave behind. ~ Natural Resources Council of Maine
Maine’s Environment and Economy: Past, Present, Future, Jun3
Event - Posted - Wednesday, May 27, 2015 

Richard Barringer, former Commissioner of Conservation and Director of State Planning and Professor Emeritus at the Muskie School of Public Service at USM, will look back with respect to Maine’s natural resources since he published "A Maine Manifest" in 1972. At Curtis Library, Brunswick, June 3, 7:30 pm. Sponsored by Midcoast Senior College.
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.
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.
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.
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 Explore.org in partnership with the Audubon Society.
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Bobcats on the loose in Scarborough
WGME-TV13 - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

People in the Spurwink Road neighborhood in Scarborough might want to be on the lookout after reports of not one, but two bobcats. A Scarborough couple, who say they caught the animals on camera, want to make sure anyone with small pets or children pays attention to what’s out there. The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife says bobcats are common in many parts of the state, but they are reclusive and rarely seen. [Ed: Bobcats are wild, not domestic, animals. Why wouldn't they be "on the loose"?
Editorial: LePage risks constitutional crisis
Maine Environmental News - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

On Friday, Gov. Paul LePage threatened to veto all bills sponsored by Democrats until the Maine Legislature passes his plan to eliminate the state income tax. It is profoundly hypocritical of the governor to say voters should directly decide tax issues while he blatently ignores the overwhelming vote of the people of Maine by holding hostage voter-approved land conservation bonds. LePage's latest temper tantrum could trigger a constitutional crisis. The Maine Constitution says, "...Whenever for 6 months a Governor in office shall have been continuously unable to discharge the powers and duties of that office because of mental or physical disability such office shall be deemed vacant...." Gov. LePage has exhibited a pattern of behavior that arguably demonstrates he is, indeed, unable to discharge the powers and duties of the office.
Elver fishermen report ‘horrible’ season
Bangor Daily News - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

The 2015 elver fishing season has come to a disappointing end, local fishermen say. “Horrible,” fisherman Abden Simmons described it. “I don’t think I’ve caught half of what my quota was.” “It was a really cold winter,” Jeff Nichols, spokesman for the Department of Marine Resources, said. “Cold weather does have a tendency to reduce the fishery and slow things down and make it so the elvers aren’t moving up into the rivers and streams.”
Political tug-of-war continues over PUC nomination
Portland Press Herald - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

The political power play over Maine’s Public Utilities Commission continued Friday as Gov. Paul LePage accused lawmakers of “playing games” with a nominee and Democrats reiterated their claims of a “crisis of confidence” in the commission. Meanwhile, LePage revealed that his administration has launched an investigation into the Land for Maine’s Future program, which is at the center of another dispute between the Republican governor and Democrats who control one chamber of the Legislature. "I hired somebody to look at (the conservation projects),” LePage said. Adrienne Bennett, the governor’s spokeswoman, confirmed that the governor asked the Office of Policy and Management to conduct an “internal investigation” of all LMF projects. If necessary, a third party could be brought in to do a further evaluation of the program, she said. Bennett declined to say what, precisely, the administration was investigating but said the review began several months ago.
A great, green classroom
Kennebec Journal - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

More than 34 volunteers took to the woods and fields around China’s primary and middle schools Friday, China Forest Day, to help teach all of the roughly 600 students – in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade – about the forest and the plant and animal life it holds.
Maine farms weather a spring dry spell
Portland Press Herald - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

Despite above-normal snowfall last winter, much of New England is experiencing a drier than normal spring. Even with Thursday’s downpours, Portland is running below normal for rainfall, said James Brown, a meteorologist with the weather service in Gray. The lack of rain – at least at this stage of the season – may prove beneficial to farmers. The timing means that farmers can get their crops started without slogging through mud that can often delay the planting season. But the lack of rain is “a double-edged sword,” said Dr. Mark Hutton, a vegetable specialist at the University of Maine. Farmers are “not being delayed because of excessive moisture, but they’re having to spend time irrigating crops.”
Opinion: Urge Maine’s senators to stand up to polluters, fight for clean water
Portland Press Herald - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

Unfortunately, after 40 years of protections for all of America’s waterways under the Clean Water Act, a set of polluter-led lawsuits in the 2000s opened up loopholes in the law that “muddy the waters” on those protections. The waterways we love and depend on are only as clean as the small streams, tributaries and wetlands that feed and clean them. These loopholes have left 55 percent of Maine’s streams, and thousands of acres of wetlands, vulnerable to pollution. Now that the EPA has finalized long-awaited protections, the Clean Water Act can once again fully protect many of the essential waters we all depend on. But a bill in the U.S. Senate would repeal these protections and send us back to the uncertainty we had before. We need Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King to stand up to polluters and fight for clean water. ~ Heather Spalding, Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, and Taryn Hallweaver, Environment Maine
Opinion: Saving Canada’s Boreal Forest
New York Times - Saturday, May 30, 2015 

North America’s boreal forest is a mind-boggling 1.5 billion acres in size. And despite the relentless pace of development worldwide, 80 percent of it remains wild and intact. But that doesn’t mean that this region of cold-hardy trees, lakes, wetlands and tundra is safe. Corporations have their eyes on the land’s plentiful resources of minerals, timber, oil and gas, and on the hydropower potential of its many powerful, untamed rivers. The region is not only a critical haven for migratory birds. It is also one of the largest sources of surface freshwater on earth, and with its many wild rivers rushing to northern oceans, drives global oceanic currents and marine fisheries. It also contains one of the largest terrestrial reservoirs of carbon on the planet. The Boreal Birds Need Half campaign calls for keeping at least half of the region free of industrial development and its fragmenting impacts on the land. ~ Scott Weidensaul, author of “Living on the Wind,” and Jeffrey V. Wells, Boreal Songbird Initiative, Gardiner, Maine
LePage says he has ordered investigation of Land for Maine’s Future
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 29, 2015 

Until Friday, Gov. Paul LePage never mentioned an investigation into the Land for Maine’s Future Program. Adrienne Bennett, the governor’s spokeswoman, released a written statement Friday evening: "...The Governor requested in April [that the Office in Policy and Management] conduct internal investigations. OPM has the authority and resources to conduct a thorough review of these projects and will take the time necessary to gather facts. Upon a conclusion, details will be provided." While that statement contradicts LePage saying he “hired” someone to investigate, it could provide deeper explanation about why LePage has refused to sell the bonds. If that’s true, it raises questions about why the governor has also been trying to trade the bonds for legislative approval of his energy goals — and whether with an apparently open investigation, he’d be able to make good on his promise.
Benton great blue heron colony vital to monitoring threatened birds
Morning Sentinel - Friday, May 29, 2015 

In 2009, Danielle D’Auria, a wildlife biologist for the Maine Department of Inland Fish and Wildlife, started Maine HERON, a volunteer science initiative aimed at mapping Maine’s great blue heron population. The program was sparked by concern about the decline of historically large colonies on Maine’s coastal islands, D’Auria said. It is estimated that those colonies have declined 60 percent to 65 percent since the mid-1980s. The suspected decline is attributed partially to a rebounding bald eagle population, D’Auria said. Eagles nest in the same areas and prey on young herons and even adults. However, eagles don’t account for the entire decline, D’Auria said. Researchers still aren’t certain what role changes in food, habitat or other environmental factors might play in the population’s health. D’Auria estimated that in 2014 there were 105 active colonies and 1,091 mating pairs statewide.
Feds Award Maine Towns $2.3 Million to Clean Contaminated Sites
Maine Public Broadcasting Network - Friday, May 29, 2015 

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded $2.3 million to various municipalities and agencies with the aim of cleaning so-called "brownfield" sites which contain hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants, often the result of industrial activity.
Sen. King's Support for Biomass Bill Sparks Debate Among Environmentalists
Maine Public Broadcasting Network - Friday, May 29, 2015 

Independent U.S. Sen. Angus King visited Maine's oldest paper mill Friday to promote legislation he recently introduced that would classify sustainably-harvested biomass as a renewable energy source. King says such a move would benefit businesses in Maine by helping them come into line with federal standards. Some conservationists, however, are concerned that biomass can be as harmful to the environment as coal, when burned. There's concern that wood-burning power plants emit more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than coal-burning ones. Andy Whitman is with the Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences. He says that, while the carbon dioxide produced by biomass is immediately released into the atmosphere, it takes some considerable time before the equivalent amount of CO2 can be re-absorbed through the growth of new trees.
Howland leaders to discuss hiring firm to aid with tannery site development
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 29, 2015 

The Howland Board of Selectmen will hold a special meeting on Monday to decide whether to hire a Brewer firm to help the town get environmental permits to remove fill from the former tannery site, officials said Friday. Town officials have worked for years to revitalize the tannery site, once home to the town’s biggest employer and deemed a good parcel to develop with its proximity to several state roads. Besides eliminating an eyesore and a potential hazard, the fill removal will allow the town to finish preparing the site for development and to market it aggressively.
LePage slams Legislature on taxes, budget, PUC nominee
Portland Press Herald - Friday, May 29, 2015 

Gov. Paul LePage tore into Democratic lawmakers during an animated news conference at the Blaine House on Friday, lashing out at them for opposing two of his tax initiatives and threatening to veto all Democratic-sponsored bills until they pass his plan to eliminate the state income tax. LePage’s veto threat extends to the state’s two-year budget. His remarks were delivered as legislative leaders and the Legislature’s budget-writing committee continue to negotiate a deal on the state’s next two-year spending plan. Time is running out to pass a deal before the scheduled June 17 adjournment and avoid a potential government shutdown.
LePage rips ‘repugnant’ Democrats for delaying vote on PUC nominee
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 29, 2015 

Gov. Paul LePage lashed out at Democrats during a long and wide-ranging news conference Friday at the Blaine House, calling them “repugnant,” “disgraceful” and “children” for delaying a committee vote Thursday on LePage’s latest nominee for the Maine Public Utilities Commission. On Thursday, the Legislature’s Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee voted along party lines to table LePage’s nomination of Tennessee economist Bruce Williamson to the PUC. Energy Committee Chairman Mark Dion said, “Even without the current crisis of confidence surrounding the PUC, this is a decision that warrants careful deliberation, not a rush job.”
Maine House Puts Off Vote on Tribal Fishing Agreement Bill
Associated Press - Friday, May 29, 2015 

The Maine House of Representatives is putting off a vote on an American Indian tribal group's call for shared management of commercial fish species. The Legislature chose to put off its vote on Friday. The bill is likely to fail when it comes back for a vote. The Joint Standing Committee on Marine Resources voted 9-2 against passage of the bill earlier this month.
LePage: I’ll veto every Democratic bill until Legislature agrees to kill income tax
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 29, 2015 

During a fiery news conference that lasted nearly an hour, Gov. Paul LePage pledged Friday to veto every bill sponsored by a Democrat until his opposition relents and accepts his constitutional amendment to eliminate Maine’s income tax.
Proposed regulatory shift splits fishermen
Associated Press - Friday, May 29, 2015 

A White House pledge to veto proposed changes to federal fishing laws has divided fishermen over whether the rule changes should be saved or scrapped. U.S. Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, has proposed a bill to change the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act. The bill includes a provision that fishery regulators should be able to consider the “economic needs of the fishing communities” in setting annual catch limits. The White House has said the administration “strongly opposes” the changes and President Barack Obama’s senior advisers would recommend a veto if the bill to authorize them passes. White House officials said Young’s changes would undermine efforts to prevent overfishing and “impose arbitrary and unnecessary requirements that would harm the environment and the economy.” The criticism has sparked heated debate among fishermen.
Opinion: It’s time LePage released bonds Maine’s working waterfronts depend on
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 29, 2015 

In 2010 and 2012, Maine voters approved $14.25 million in bonds to support multiple conservation priorities, including the privilege of fishing communities to pass on critical working waterfront access sites to the next generation of commercial fishermen. Together with two state partners, the Maine Department of Marine Resources and the Land for Maine’s Future Program, Coastal Enterprises Inc. Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture staff coordinate the Working Waterfront Access Protection Program. Since 2006 the program has protected 24 significant waterfront properties with a cumulative total of $5.018 million in awards. We encourage Gov. Paul LePage, who supports many of Maine’s vital natural resource and economic development programs, to authorize the sale of voter-approved bonds to fund projects already approved by the Land for Maine’s Future Program to move working waterfront preservation forward. ~ Ron Phillips, Coastal Enterprises Inc.
Pineland Farms 3-day turkey hunt for veterans harvests more than turkeys
George Smith's Outdoor News Blog - Friday, May 29, 2015 

A recent 3-day turkey hunt for veterans, at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, was a remarkable success and not only because they harvested a bunch of turkeys. The hunt was part of the Veterans Adaptive Sports and Training Program.
15 Reasons We Love Acadia
Down East - Friday, May 29, 2015 

Excerpted from Ultimate Acadia: 50 Reasons to Visit Maine’s National Park by Virginia M. Wright.
New Model Predicts Fish Population Response to Dams
Other - Friday, May 29, 2015 

A model has been developed to assess how dams affect the viability of sea-run fish species, which need to pass dams as they use both fresh and marine waters during their lifetimes. The model tests how varying passage efficiency at dams related to survival rates for these species. Using a model of endangered Atlantic salmon in Maine's Penobscot River as a case study, researchers found that abundance, distribution and number of fish increased upstream when dams in the primary downstream segments of the river, also called "mainstem dams," were removed or fish passage survival was increased.
Opinion: Maine could be New England’s economic, environmental crown jewel
Portland Press Herald - Friday, May 29, 2015 

As our paper industry declines, tourism has become Maine’s strongest economic driver. Despite Maine’s pristine environmental reputation, the invisible reality is that we have the highest per capita carbon pollution and oil use in New England. To keep people coming, and to re-energize our economy, Maine needs a powerful vision for its future that inspires both the visitor and the resident. Maine has zero indigenous fossil fuels, but we do have abundant renewable resources in the form of wind, tidal, biomass and solar energy. We could accelerate Maine’s offshore wind industry, our nascent tidal power industry and our biomass industry if we challenged ourselves to become the economic and environmental crown jewel of New England. ~ Phil Coupe, co-founder, ReVision Energy
Letter: Progressive, humane world should refrain from meat
Portland Press Herald - Friday, May 29, 2015 

Climate, habitats and wildlife are under assault worldwide. The new documentary “Cowspiracy” suggests this is primarily because growing food for cows and other edible creatures uses so much land and water, and because the animals themselves produce so much methane. Trauma to Earth’s biological systems will increase as humans proliferate, and more of us share a meat diet. Even more troubling, although all mammals and birds are conscious creatures, we kill and eat billions annually in the U.S. We presume that killing nonhuman animals is acceptable. I’m changing my diet. I owe it to the conscious creatures I share my nest with. ~ Steve Hartman, retired professor of osteopathic medicine, University of New England, Saco
Letter: Bald mountain mining
Bangor Daily News - Friday, May 29, 2015 

In the last several weeks I have read a number of letters and opinions in the BDN about mining rules in Maine. None of them were in support of these new rules. I believe there is a reason for this: The majority of Mainers do not want irresponsible mining to destroy Maine’s environment. The most recent bill, LD 750, sponsored by Rep. Ralph Chapman, D-Brooksville, was well written and in the interest of the public but unfortunately was gutted and re-written to once again weaken Maine’s mining rules. It is urgent that Mainers contact their representatives to let them know this bill ought not to pass. ~ Carol Gorecki, Orneville
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‘Ban this hazardous herbicide’
By Charles Chiam - Sri Lanka has banned the use of the herbicide glyphosate, and Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) wants Malaysia to follow suit.
5/26/2015 11:00:00 PM

Shoppers may get to know the backstory of their piece of fish
By Patrick Whittle - Gulf of Maine Research Institute in Portland and fishermen are working on a new tool that could be used with a smartphone in two years.
5/25/2015 11:00:00 PM

Big Food Tainting Its Organic Subsidiaries With Trust Problems
By Paula Roseblum - Massive conglomerates selling food, known as “Big Food” in the trade, have a problem. The constant drumbeats in social media against Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO), factory farms, chemical fertilizer and pesticides have had a real impact on sales and (perhaps more importantly) their long-term addressable markets. Millennials just aren’t interested in eating that stuff.
5/25/2015 11:00:00 PM

Hormel agrees to buy organic and natural meat maker Applegate Farms
By Mike Hughlett - Organic meat maker Applegate will be a stand-alone subsidiary after $775 million acquisition.
5/25/2015 11:00:00 PM

Grants will help organic dairy farm families survive
Helping to ensure the survival of New England’s organic dairy farms, two new grants provide much needed funding to address farm succession and land access challenges.
5/25/2015 11:00:00 PM

Taco Bell, Pizza Hut to Remove Artificial Flavors, Coloring
By Chelsey Dulaney - Yum Brands Inc.’s Taco Bell and Pizza Hut restaurant chains plan to remove artificial flavors and colors from most of their food, joining a host of other food companies that are opting for more natural ingredients in the face of changing consumer tastes.
5/25/2015 11:00:00 PM

Maine retailers phasing out some pesticides over concerns about honeybee health
By Eric Russell - But inconsistent store policies have confused some consumers who are trying to avoid chemicals that may harm pollinating bees.
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Similac Advance Infant Formula to Be Offered G.M.O.-Free
By Stephanie Strom - The maker of Similac Advance, the top commercial baby formula brand in the United States, says it will begin selling the first mainstream baby formula made without genetically altered ingredients by the end of the month at Target.
5/24/2015 11:00:00 PM

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Don’t Brake for Red Lights
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5/30/2015 4:00:44 AM

Legislative Committee Scuttles LePage’s Energy Initiatives
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Grow a Potted Garden
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Maine Lawmakers Expected to Vote Thursday on Sweeping Energy Policy Bill
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5/28/2015 7:43:31 AM

LePage Administration’s Timber Harvest Proposal Meets Resistance
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5/28/2015 7:35:22 AM

Federal Rule Will Safeguard Drinking Water for 500,000 Mainers
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Hike Lightly
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5/28/2015 4:00:20 AM

Natural Resources Council: Climate Change Causing Rise in Ticks
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