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ROOTS N SHOOTS INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE EARTH DAY!

APRIL 21ST 12:00PM TO 3:00PM ROOTS N SHOOTS INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE EARTH DAY! 17 Spear St. Rockport Celebrate an afternoon outdoors and engage in activities to learn more about transforming your yard into a more supportive place for wildlife. Roots n Shoots, Nature-Based After School programs Co-Sponsored by S.E.A. will host their second Earth...

GOOD TROUBLE PROJECT CONCERT TO BENEFIT S.E.A.

APRIL 27, 2024 GOOD TROUBLE PROJECT CONCERT TO BENEFIT S.E.A. AT THE BARN SWALLOW BOOKS BARN Rockport Village Join us for a lively musical evening that will also benefit S.E.A. The featured performer will be Dean Stevens from the Boston area. Rachel and John Nicholas with The Good Trouble project will host and also perform....

EARTH DAY – CRMS FILM 2024

APRIL 22ND AT 6:30 PM EARTH DAY – CRMS FILM Camden-Rockport Middle School Come join S.E.A. at the Camden-Rockport Middle School for an Earth Day movie night on April 22nd at 6:30pm! The MSAD #28 and Camden Hills Regional High School have a robust composting program. Yet, very few people in our district know about...

Big Check For S.E.A. Fair 2024!

Read the Article on the Pen Bay Pilot! With a lot of help from our friends at First National and and First National Bank Wealth Management. The Big Check for S.E.A. FAIR 2024, May 31st at CRMS. From Left to right: First Row: Michelle Curtis, First National Bank Vice President, Business Development and Community Development Officer,...

S.E.A. Helps Install Aquarium at CRMS!

Ainsley Ford, an 8th grader and salt water aquarium expert at Camden Rockport Middle School, wrote a winning grant application to the School District in October to get a tank at the middle school. In February the tank was set to go and now graces the cafeteria offering diners a window into our harbor habitat....

S.E.A. PARK!

S.E.A. PARK!

September 8, 2023

It’s open!  What’s there? A 300 gallon marine aquarium full of critters from Camden Harbor, pollinators buzzing about the plants, monarch caterpillars munching milkweed and people enjoying the new mini-park to relax, have a meal, and take in the scenery.  What was black asphalt is now a pocket-sized haven. Many organizations helped make this possible...

S.E.A. FAIR 2023 Goes to CRMS!

Press Release: June 11, 2023 For immediate release: Contact: Barbara Lawrence, 207-992-3039, info@StewardshipEducationAlliance.org Subject: S.E.A. FAIR 2023 S.E.A. FAIR 2023 goes to school Threat of thunder and lightning forced S.E.A. FAIR 2023 to move under cover to the Camden-Rockport Middle School gymnasium, but the result was a great event!  About 500 people attended to enjoy activities and...

HELPING AMPHIBIANS CROSS THE ROAD

Hope’s Sweet Tree Arts and Sweetland School was awarded funding for child and adult safety vests and headlamps to be used by the school’s volunteer scientists during Maine’s Big Night Amphibian Migration Monitoring activities. The project was created as a direct result of observing the mortality impacts roads are having on amphibian populations, and seeks...

NATURE TRAIL AT HOPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Hope Elementary School science teacher Colin Amundsen was awarded a grant to create a nature trail and outdoor classroom on a one-acre piece of gifted property adjacent to the school campus. Having an outdoor space, Amundsen says, will allow students to better explore their local environment and have a richer learning experience. “Experiences in the...

MONITORING THE QUALITY OF WATER AT RILEY SCHOOL

Rockport’s Riley School was awarded S.E.A. funding for water monitoring equipment to be used in the school’s hands-on science program, which emphases collecting and interpreting scientific data. “At Riley School we’ve always encouraged children to have a voice in their education, and what better way to give them a voice than to have them be...