Press Release Archives

Talk on Backyard Forests

Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Maine is the most heavily forested state in the nation. A large portion of that woodland isn't public, or even industrial, but can be considered backyard forests. Hear a panel exploring management possibilities for these woodlots on Tuesday, May 10. More >>

Eshleman exhibits 'My Truth'

May 9 to 14, 2011
I have sought to capture the mind of the literary works: the tangled knot ... at the intersection of the reader, the author, the text, the time, the history and all of the other factors that both influence and change how one reads.' - Amelia Eshleman '11 More >>

Self Defense Workshops Offered

Saturday and Sunday, May 7 - 8
Gain the confidence of being effective in the face of fear at Impact workshops. May 7 for children; May 8 for those over 14. More >>

Alum Screens Film on Border Fence

Thursday, May 5, 2011
"We're undoing the work of nature," says a commentator in the film, "El Muro," by COA's Greg Rainoff '81. The film, showing the human and environmental impact of the international border fence, will be screened May 5 at 7 p.m. More >>

The Final Inch, on Polio

Tuesday, May 3, 2010
Polio, contrary to what people might think, has not vanished from our world. Throughout Asia and Africa, this highly contagious disease is still destroying people's lives. COA presents a film, talk about the efforts. More >>

One State - Three Projects

May 2 - 6, 2011
From politics to conservation to welfare, with photos, graphs and interviews, three COA students looked into current policies and their impacts in the state of Quintana Roo, on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. More >>

Multimedia Poetry Performance

Sunday, May 1, 2011
Using creativity to dispel distruction, Climbing PoeTree has been taking its multimedia performances around the nation and the world. See it at COA at 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 1. More >>

Quimby Offers Grant for High School Program

Summer 2011
Quimby Family Foundation funds COA's Islands Through Time Program, where students earn college credit as they study literature, ecology, music, and economics, and travel to several Maine islands with COA faculty to reflect on their place in the world. More >>

Davis Village Receives Landscape Award

Summer 2011
How does one landscape a college of human ecology? With walking paths, natural irrigation, and a celebration of diversity finds Sam Coplon, who received a Merit Award for his design. More >>

Production, Produce Combined at Farm

Summer 2011
Beech Hill Farm offers the local community and visitors fresh produce and a place to experience a working agricultural landscape-' farm manager Alisha Strater on the farm stand at Beech Hill Farm. More >>

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