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Taking Action on Climate Session 3 Recap

On Jan. 20, 2022, the Cathance River Education Alliance and Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust hosted a program on the role food systems and food waste play in climate change.

For highlights from the session, additional resources on the topic, and how you can take action – CLICK HERE! 

For a full recorded video of the session, CLICK HERE!

Building Resilience in Challenging Times – Climate Action Session 6


  • February 17, 2022
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Climate change is here and the prospect of dealing with it can feel overwhelming. Learn how to turn anxiety into action and inertia into inspiration, and recognize the importance of the natural world and other resources to renewal and motivation,

Subtraction is Action! – Climate Action Session 5


  • February 3, 2022
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

With a little planning and intention, we can often do more with less and ‘pay it forward’ to our children and grandchildren. Learn how to re-shape habits and be resourceful.

What’s on Your Dinner Plate? – Climate Action Session 3

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  • January 20, 2022
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Does it make a difference where your food comes from and how it’s grown? Learn about the creativity and commitment local producers are bringing to farming, and the imperative efforts to reduce food waste.

Maine Won’t Wait – Climate Action Session 2

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  • January 13, 2022
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Maine is leading the way with bold action on climate change. Learn what’s already happening in the fields of land conservation, forestry, fisheries, transportation, climate justice, and more, and what you can do to advance this work.

CREA virtual event: Taking Action on Climate Change in Maine

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  • April 27, 2021
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

For inspiration and ideas on how to get involved, join our panel of Bowdoin College students. Learn what younger generations are doing and what efforts to address climate change look like at the local level.

The Beaches Conference with Maine Sea Grant and University of Maine Cooperative Extension

On June 13 and 14th, Maine Sea Grant and University of Maine Cooperative Extension are presenting the Beaches Conference in Kittery.

The Beaches Conference works to provide continuing opportunities for exchange of the most current information among beach and coastal stakeholders with diverse interests in order to facilitate informed decision-making. All are invited to join them in celebrating beach monitoring and stewardship, building strong partnerships, and taking informed action on coastal issues.

>> 2019 Beaches Conference Program
>> REGISTRATION

Conference Themes

  • What makes for a healthy beach system?
  • Implementing coastal projects to support people and environment
  • What’s in the water? (i.e. bacteria, toxic contaminants, stormwater, etc.)
  • Coastal regulation for municipalities
  • Impacts of marine plastics and litter
  • Harvesting from the sea: interactions with other uses
  • What’s happening with marine animals?
  • Planning for climate uncertainty using the best science
  • Public participation in coastal science
  • Coastal access for multiple uses
  • The culture, history, and economics of our beaches
  • Flooding, Erosion, and Storms: preparing and responding

Click here to learn more and to register!

Events

Subtraction is Action! – Climate Action Session 5


  • February 3, 2022
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

With a little planning and intention, we can often do more with less and ‘pay it forward’ to our children and grandchildren. Learn how to re-shape habits and be resourceful.

Building Resilience in Challenging Times – Climate Action Session 6


  • February 17, 2022
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Climate change is here and the prospect of dealing with it can feel overwhelming. Learn how to turn anxiety into action and inertia into inspiration, and recognize the importance of the natural world and other resources to renewal and motivation,