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Forest Insect Walk
Bowdoinham: August 24, 2019
Contact: Ed Friedman, FOMB: 666-3372


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Mid-coast Maine riverine delta consisting of the Kennebec, Androscoggin, Cathance, Muddy, Eastern and Abagadasset Rivers and surrounding towns.


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Dresden Falls Conservation Easement Finalized

Lawsuit aimed at protecting Kennebec
salmon revived



FOMB and Friends of Sebago Lake Comments on Draft & Final DEP Orders Modifying Presumpscot River SAPPI Water Quality Certificates to Eliminate Fish Passage in the Watershed for 34 Years. September & October, 2018

Brunswick Androscoggin Dam Killing Fish

Appeals Court finds for FOMB & Environment Maine

FOMB wins EPA lawsuit for alewives passage in St. Croix River

FOMB Member Frankenfish Release

Final Filed Complaint
March 30, 2016



Speaker Series 2018-2019

Speaker Bios (pdf)

Speaker Series Videos List
(Old Videos)

Speaker Series Archive

Summer Outside 2019

American kids today spend only four to seven minutes a day playing outdoors.
We hear a new call to raise the "wild child."

To Bee or Not to Bee
Piti Theater Presentation



Dresden Falls (Houdlette) Archaeological Site

Maine Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project Reporting Form
Please report your Maine reptile and amphibian sightings to MDIF&W using this “Fill & Sign” PDF MARAP reporting form.


2015 Coliform Data
(xls file: 36 KB)

2015 Dissolved O2 Data (xls file: 46 KB)

Plankton Survey:
Summer 2014 Newsletter

Carp Tracking Study
Fall 2014 Newsletter
Summer/Fall Newsletter
Winter 2016 Newsletter

Watercolors by
Sarah Stapler