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30 years of success protecting the Bay

June 25, 2020

We were delighted to have more than 80 Friends of the Bay join us for our 30th Anniversary Members Annual Meeting on June 16. As Executive Director Cathy Ramsdell said during the event, we only wish we could have held it in person. If you missed the event — or… Read more

A statement of solidarity and support

June 11, 2020

Casco Bay belongs to everyone. This is more than just a phrase to those of us who work at Friends of Casco Bay. We work to improve and protect the health of this special place for everyone. Like you, we are deepening our conversations with one another as a group… Read more

Casco Bay Matters: Maine Climate Council, the online presentation 4/30/2020

May 1, 2020

We had a lively Casco Bay and the Maine Climate Council: A Casco Bay Matters Event last week! Here is a video of the event, for those of you who were not able to attend live or would like to relisten. The results of the poll taken during the event reflect which coastal and marine strategies participants… Read more

Good Green vs. Bad Green

April 16, 2020

If you have ever tried to pick the right shade of green to paint your bedroom, you know there are soothing greens and greens you would never want to wake up to. The same holds true in the ocean. Algae is one of those “greens” that can be a sign… Read more

Reducing a large source of pollution into the Bay

April 6, 2020

A wedge of dirty brown water floating on Casco Bay after a hard rain makes it is easy to understand that stormwater is one of the largest sources of pollution to our coastal waters. Stormwater can wash fertilizer, oil, pesticides, dirt, bacteria and other pollutants into our coastal waters. After… Read more

Warm winter = early algal blooms

April 1, 2020

On March 3rd, Casco Baykeeper Ivy Frignoca strolled the South Portland shoreline near our office. She was shocked to see green algae growing at the base of the Spring Point seawall. In the past, we have not begun to see widespread nuisance algal blooms until late May or early June.… Read more