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Spring 2012
COA. It's holistic. And multi-faceted. It's the story of a first-year student finding ways to store water in Bolivia, and first-year alumna seeking tales of kindness across the nation. So much, that COA created a new site. Visit newsworthy.coa.edu. More >>

35th Parallel Performing

Saturday, April 21, 2012
The band 35th Parallel features sounds from around the globe - from one latitude. The 35th parallel covers parts of the Middle East, north India, North Africa, the Mediterranean, and the United States. The band performs a pre-Earth Day concert April 21. More >>

Food Connections: The Conference.

April 20 through 22
What is the full story of food? The actrivities of packaging, processing, distribution, sales, consumption, and waste have tremendous impacts on food - and the well-being of entire populations, says Molly Anderson, organizer of Food Connections. More >>

Sean Todd on Travels Down South

Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Sean Todd talks about his sabbatical in Antarctica for the Human Ecology Forum. More >>

Earth Day Filled with Fun, Thought

Sunday, April 22, 2012
Earth Day celebrates the planet and all its creatures through a wide range of fun and thought for individuals and the family. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. look for music, children's activities, bird walks, yoga, massages, bike repairs, energy talks, and more. More >>

Cora Rose Returns to COA

Friday, April 13, 2013
"With a smile a mile wide and an infectious positive attitude, the core theme of Cora Rose's music is love - a love of friends, family, relationships, nature and a love of life in general." - Corey Picket reviewing Cora Rose in the Bar Harbor Times. More >>

Osprey has Launched

April 11, 2012
COA's new vessel, the Osprey, has been launched, and is at the ready for educational excursions at our dock on Frenchman Bay. "She's stunning!" exclaims COA President Darron Collins, who joined her maiden voyage with Capt. Toby Stephenson. More >>

Rachel Briggs Receives Udall Scholarship

Monday, April 2, 2012
"I am from Hawaii, a place where both the wonder and finite nature of environmental resources are abundantly apparent. As such, I believe strongly that natural resources are valuable in their beauty as well as their utility." - Rachel Briggs More >>

Print Workshop with Catherine Clinger

Sunday, April 15, 2012
Join Catherine Clinger, the Allan Stone Chair in the Visual Arts, for a linocut printmaking workshop at the college's Beech Hill Farm in Mt. Desert. The workshop, which is free, will run Sunday, April 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lunch will be provided. More >>

Farm Workshop Series

Spring Term 2012
From tree pruning to mushroom growing to permaculture, College of the Atlantic's Beech Hill Farm is offering a full slate of farm and garden related workshops this spring, beginning with a pruning workshop April 14. More >>

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