Ecological Recovery: From River to Estuary to Ocean

KELT’s Annual Environmental Lecture Series

September 23, October 27, November 17

The Kennebec Estuary Land Trust is pleased to offer its Fall 2010 lecture series
a series of discussions on habitat restoration and rebuilding the food chain
from the bottom up.

Thursday, September 23
John Lichter, Bowdoin College ~ Sustainability Solutions Partners &
current research on the Lower Kennebec
Franklin Boroughs ~ Of Time & a River: Thinking about the Kennebec

Presentation materials recently added!

Wednesday, October 27
Human Dimensions of River Restoration: Attitudes, Values and Behavior
Lynne Lewis, Bates College (PowerPoint Presentation)
Guillermo Herrera, Bowdoin College (PowerPoint Presentation)
Zach Ross, Bates College Student and KELT summer intern for
survey work on barriers to fish passage in the Kennebec Estuary
(PowerPoint Presentation)

Wednesday, November 17
Can the Alewife Turn Around Groundfishing in the Gulf of Maine?
The science behind restoration of a fishery
Ted Ames, MacArthur Genius Award winner and Bowdoin College
Coastal Studies Center Scholar-in-Residence
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All lectures are held at 7:00pm at the Maine Maritime Museum,
243 Washington Street Bath, Maine.

$5 suggested donation at the door.