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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...

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...

POETRY ON WINDOWS 2023

Saturday, May 20, 2023,  a collection of young poets regaled an appreciative crowd with reading of poems written on windows in downtown Camden.   Casey Belcher, Hannah Kohlstrom, Reverie Dyer, Adassa Palmer, Maeve Schick-MacPherson, Cole Casas, Aria Madeira, Hallie Anderson, Audrey Page, Sebastien Toussaint, Piers Egan, Esme Black, Sydney Gaeth, and Kenzie Smith all had poems...

S.E.A. FAIR 2023!

S.E.A. FAIR 2023! JOIN THE FUN! ENVIRONMENTAL EXHIBITS + ACTIVITIES and it’s FREE! FIND OUT WHAT WE’RE DOING IN MAINE TO BE GOOD STEWARDS OF OUR ENVIRONMENT JUNE 2, from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, DUE TO THE FORECAST OF RAIN AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVING TO CAMDEN-ROCKPORT MIDDLE SCHOOL 39 KNOWLTON STREET, CAMDEN, MAINE ONLY .06...

THE HUNT IS ON: for invasive plants, macro invertebrates and local weather statistics!

GRANTS: December, 2022 and March, 2023 THE HUNT IS ON: for invasive plants, macro invertebrates and local weather statistics! This spring students from The Riley School, Camden-Rockport Middle School and Seaside Village Pre-school will be searching for invasive plants on their campuses, digging them out, and planting native species. CAMDEN-ROCKPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL At Camden-Rockport Middle School,...

SWEETLAND SCHOOL at SWEETTREE ARTS

Materials to build and plant a community garden   Director Lindsay Pinchbeck: “This spring, students built a community garden and connected with Hope’s Edge Farm. Middle school children worked closely with local gardeners, created a business plan and launched a small farm stand to sell greens in the center of Hope. Elementary students drove a...

RILEY SCHOOL

Materials for predator-exclusion cages Students at the Riley School will investigate the effects of predator exclusion units and changing abiotic factors on soft-shell clam (mya arenaria) populations in the nearby Clam Cove. Historically, this area was home to a healthy population of wild soft-shell clams, but in recent years the population has declined significantly. The...

LINCOLNVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL

Binoculars for eBird program   The binoculars are primarily used by students who are participating in the eBird community science program. Students will spend time outside around the school to identify birds and the lists of birds they see will be uploaded to the eBird database. The eBird database can be accessed by anyone and...

HOPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Bird houses, and native plants   The addition of a wildlife garden and birdhouses on the nature trail started in 2021 with support from S.E.A. will promote more biodiversity and provide students the chance to observe an abundance of plant, animal, and insect life. This increase in environmental activity will allow for a richer data...