Stories:

  • NEWS
    COA Names Two Acadia Scholars
    Competitive, paid internship program places two College of the Atlantic students in Acadia National Park or Schoodic Institute for a summer of outdoor work, networking, and opportunities to develop their expertise in natural resource conservation management.
  • NEWS
    Stone’s Throw from the Ocean [Palisadian-Post]
    A new interdisciplinary book from Conservation International Executive Vice President and Chief Scientist Dr. Gregory Stone ’82 makes waves on the West Coast — even garnering an endorsement from famed actor Harrison Ford.
  • NEWS
    This New York River Dumps Millions of Fabric Microfibers Into the Ocean Daily [PBS NEWSHOUR]
    Astounding amounts of plastic are pouring into the sea, according to College of the Atlantic graduate student Abigail Barrows MPhil ’18, co-author of a scientific study surveying the entire length of the Hudson River.

Events:

October 13th, 2018

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    “A Plastic Ocean” screens at Parting with Plastics on MDI.

    Parting with Plastics on MDI

    2:00pm, Reel Pizza Cinerama, Bar Harbor Join regional environmental organizations for a showing of ”A Plastic Ocean,” followed by a discussion about initiatives to cut down use of plastics in communities near College of the Atlantic.

October 16th, 2018

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    Naturalist Tate Bushell explores getting to know a place at College of the Atlantic's Human Ecology Forum.

    To Know a Place – Inventory and Research at Little Long Pond

    4:10pm, McCormick Lecture Hall Mt. Desert Island Land and Garden Preserve Natural Lands Director Tate Bushell discusses his work getting to know 1,200 acres of land sandwiched between Acadia National Park and the ocean, and shares opportunities for College of the Atlantic students to get involved, at COA’s Human Ecology Forum.
  • Oct
    16
    “A Plastic Ocean” screens at Parting with Plastics on MDI.

    Parting with Plastics on MDI

    5:30pm, Jesup Memorial Library, Bar Harbor

    Join regional environmental organizations for a showing of A Plastic Ocean,” followed by a discussion about initiatives to cut down use of plastics in communities near College of the Atlantic.