• NEWS
    Liquid Gold: Why Flushing a Toilet is a Colossal Waste [Pacific Standard]
    Diverting human byproducts holds great potential in alleviating water waste, according to Rich Earth Institute co-founder Abraham Noe-Hays ’00.
  • NEWS
    Well Testing Offered

    Private well owners on the northern half of Mount Desert Island who are curious about the potential presence of arsenic and other elements in their drinking water are encouraged to join a water study led by College of the Atlantic earth sciences chair Dr. Sarah Hall.

  • NEWS
    Explore America’s Rivers with Tim Palmer
    Award-winning author, photographer and renowned river conservationist Tim Palmer shares images and anecdotes from his acclaimed photo book, Rivers of America, which explores the variety and stunning artistry of our waterways nationwide.


April 10th, 2018

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    Flooding in the Great Meadow, January 2018

    4:10pm, McCormick Lecture Hall Wild Acadia Project Coordinator Brian Henkel reviews the events and conditions leading to unprecedented flooding and freezing in the Great Meadow of Acadia National Park at College of the Atlantic’s Human Ecology Forum.