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Rockweed Ecology, Industry & Management
Fact sheet for the Maine Sea Grant about the ecology and economics of rockweed in ...
Rockweed Ecology, Industry & Management
Fact sheet for the Maine Sea Grant about the
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River
City
Cinema

Friday nights of classic cinema
capers featuring some of
the most ingenious criminal
masterminds to eve...
River City Cinema presents

River City Cinema

6
Friday nights

presents

of tacky,
quirky, wacky,
corny movies
to satisfy...
Summer outdoor movie series posters
Client: River City Cinema
Layout and design, photo research, photo retouching/silhouet...
Eating Healthy guides­
Client: Bangor Partners for health
Layout and design, photo research, map art, symbol font creatio,...
Rainbow smelt
Rainbow smelt are small, silvery fish, about 6-8 inches long.
Smelt are native to Maine’s coastal bays and e...
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  2. 2. Rockweed Ecology, Industry & Management Fact sheet for the Maine Sea Grant about the ecology and economics of rockweed in Maine. I produced the design and layout and provided some of the photos. A complete PDF can be viewed here: Rockweed Factsheet
  3. 3. Rockweed Ecology, Industry & Management Fact sheet for the Maine Sea Grant about the ecology and economics of rockweed in Maine. Layout and design Some photography Photo retouching, silhouetting Chart design (see inside PDF) Click image to view full PDF
  4. 4. River City Cinema Friday nights of classic cinema capers featuring some of the most ingenious criminal masterminds to ever steal onto the silver screen! presents “The Ladykillers” June 25 NEM TY CI CI RIVER presents , quare ring Saine Picke or, M Your Bang Bring chair Lawn A June 27 ONE S H E D W RO N G HIM ! TOWN OORS! N LL DOWALL OUTD A ALL EE! FR “The Killing” July 2 “Ocean’s Eleven” July 9 6 F R I DA s! Outdoor All r dark gin afte ows be Sh ine gor, Ma re, Ban airs) g Squa h Pickerin g your lawn c (brin l FREE! Al able ts avail eap ea Ch For more info “The Sting” July 23 July 11 ET ARL THE SCPRESS EM FL A X o u se, SH ra H S S TA in us at the Baenagtorer,O12p1eMain St OW jo h b s co t T of rain, In case e of the Peno hom C VA I P E AT S A HE A L ABLE 8 August GIRL THE N’ T CA IT HELP RAIN DATE: AUGUST 6 2 0 7. 74 5. 1 2 0 2 Look for us on Facebook and Twitter, too! Media Sponsors: D VISIT “Cinema to Go” is made possible by a grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation July 25 N P E Y TO E C PL A July 18 N IT Y INDEM OU BLE 1 August GO V E RT I W W W. R I V E R C I T Y C I N E M A . C O M STAR SPONSOR: ©2010 River City Cinema • Poster: www.quantumcorral.com I IS ! BAWICDCINEMA EVERODW N TIEST ASS S OF NIGHT Y of “The Return the Pink Panther”July 30 w w w. R I v e r c i t y c i n e m a . c o m Sponsored by: G THE NAUEG-HAIRED GALS CRLT A F T E R S U N D NH “The Italian Job” July 16 n! owntow All D FILM T DIESUT!! AU HED O EST! G URIN S F E AT Sponsors: ©2008 River City Cinema • Poster: www.quantumcorral.com An anonymous donor on behalf of: OR CALL 2 0 7. 74 5 . 1 2 0 2 Media Sponsors: “Cinema to Go” is made possible by a grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation
  5. 5. River City Cinema presents River City Cinema 6 Friday nights presents of tacky, quirky, wacky, corny movies to satisfy your (guilty) pleasure! All Downtown! Pickering Square, Bangor, Maine Bring your lawnchairs Shows begin after dark Rain date: August 7 Cheap eats available 6 Friday nights of the most memorable mugs, thugs, dolls, and molls to ever hit the silver screen ALL OUTDOORS! Shows begin after dark, around 8:30 ALL DOWNTOWN! Pickering Square, Bangor — bring your lawn chairs July 3 “Flash Gordon” June 26 “The Gang’s All Here” July 24 “Kiss Me Deadly” July 17 “Johnny Guitar” For more information visit Sponsored by: ALLeatsFREE! Cheap available July 10 “Dead Ringer” July 31 “Batman: The Movie” call and look for us on Facebook and Twitter, too! June 28- THE MALTESE FALCON July 5- NOTORIOUS July 12- THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI RAIN DATE July 19- KISS ME DEADLY July 26- CAPE FEAR August 2- WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT AUGUST 10 For more info visit www.rivercitycinema.org or call 207.358.9396 Media Sponsors: Look for us on Facebook and Twitter, too! Sponsored by: Media Sponsors: ©2009 River City Cinema • Poster: www.quantumcorral.com “Cinema to Go” is made possible by a grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation ©2013 River City Cinema • Poster: Quantum Corral With support from Cinema to Go was made possible with a grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation
  6. 6. Summer outdoor movie series posters Client: River City Cinema Layout and design, photo research, photo retouching/silhouetting. Other services: Film research, film booking, , ★★★ STAR SPONSOR ★★★ River City Cinema presents hts of toe-tap iday niinggin’, swingin’ cpin’, finger 6 Frpin’, s lassic ap movie musicals! sn All Outdoors! All Downtown! Shows begin after dark Pickering Square, Bangor —bring your lawn chairs All FREE! Cheap eats available June 29 42nd Street July 6 Shall We Dance July 13 Summer Stock July 20 West Side Story July 27 Cabaret August 3 Grease Rain date: August 10 For more info visit www .rivercitycinema .com or call 207.358.9396 Look for us on Facebook and Twitter, too! Media Sponsors: Sponsored by: ©2012 River City Cinema • Poster: www.quantumcorral.com With support from Cinema to Go was made possible with a grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation
  7. 7. Eating Healthy guides­ Client: Bangor Partners for health Layout and design, photo research, map art, symbol font creatio, printer procurement/ relations.
  8. 8. Rainbow smelt Rainbow smelt are small, silvery fish, about 6-8 inches long. Smelt are native to Maine’s coastal bays and estuaries. They are sea-run or anadromous, meaning they spend most of their life in salt water but spawn (mate and lay eggs) in fresh water. Smelt begin migrating into small tidal tributaries in April and May. Visiting the waterfront during the day, you may not see the smelt because they tend to run at night. The eggs can be seen as small specks on rocks and underwater plants along the shore. Rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) Smelt and other sea-run fish provide a linkage of nutrients and protein between the ocean and inland watersheds. Smelt are eaten by mammals; other fish, including Atlantic salmon and striped bass; and birds such as ospreys, eagles, and gulls. Rainbow smelt now range from Newfoundland to Massachusetts and are abundant in Maine, although populations are much smaller than they were historically. Smelt can’t jump over six inches, so their range is naturally limited by small falls and rapids. Human-made barriers such as culverts and dams further limit their distribution. If smelt can’t get far enough upstream, they may not reproduce successfully because salt water can kill their eggs. In 2008, the Maine Department of Marine Resources began Winterport monitoring populations of rainbow smelt and water quality 69 in coastal rivers and streams as part of a regional conservation project with the National Marine Fisheries Service. Large quantities of smelt were once harvested by commercial fishermen in Maine. Today, people fish for smelt with hook and line through the ice in winter and with dipnets in spring. In spring, up to two quarts of rainbow smelt may be harvested with a Maine recreational saltwater fishing license. Bucksport Frankfort Silver Lake Silver Lake 46 £ ¤ 1 Prospect 174 Tannery Brook K. Mueller Orland Legend Verona 0 Streams and Rivers 0.5 1 2 Miles The stream flowing along the parking lot to the right is Tannery Brook, which begins at the outlet of Silver Lake and meets the Penobscot River estuary here at the Bucksport waterfront. The Tannery Brook smelt run is estimated at over 10,000 fish. Maine DMR CE Edit 0630/10 C. Schmitt Stockton Springs Tannery Brook Drainage Area 100ft Contours
  9. 9. P E HealthyBoating071107:Tabloid 7/11/07 3:12 PM Page C 1 Page 2 6 Casco Naples 3 82 Bath Brunswick 1516 59S ou Raymond Georgetown 7 –14 Bo 12 th B 27 Freeport 26 ris 29 Standish 66So oth 25 to ut ba Harpswell P l Falmouth 22 23 hp y hip 28 43 or ps Yarmouth83 –84 t bu –48 62 rg Portland 45 S. Portland 60 –65 71 Sac oR i ve r P i s c a t a q u a Riv Casco Bay 57 58 Saco Onshore Facilities Offshore Facilites How to pump a boat’s holding tank: Kennebunkport er 31 32 Wells 33 –36 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 mk eag 72 Stonington rt Trem west ont Harbo r 75 Gu l f fo Ma ine MILES AT L A NTIC OCEAN Information updated by Maine Department of Environmental Protection, June 2007. Call individual contacts for detailed directions and hours of operation. Kittery Map # Bar HarborWinter Harbor 2 79 67–70 38 39 M 74 76 So ount D ese uth Proper Disposal of Boat Sewage 30 78 21 Eliot 42 Camden Farmingdale 24 19 18 Pittston 44 Rockland Richmond 51 52 Waldoboro 53 –56 73 77 Thomaston Wiscasset 20 49 50 Sebago Lake 5 Why? Lewiston 40 41 Penobscot Belfast Augusta Long Lake 37 Eastport What’s the Problem? gin Machias Ellsworth Bucksport Waterville R i ve r Graham Lake Machiasport 17 Remove cap from boat’s deck waste fitting. Insert pumpout hose nozzle into deck fitting. (An adaptor may be required for a proper fit. Marinas generally have them available. They are also for sale in a marine retail store.) Turn pump on. If there is a hose valve, open it to start suction. When waste is no longer a solid stream and bubbling action begins, close hose valve and remove nozzle from deck fitting. Put nozzle (with open valve) in bucket of water for 15 seconds to rinse hose. If desired, rinse boat’s tank with water and pump dry. Close valve. Put away hose. Turn off pump if requested. (Some are on timers.) Replace deck fitting cap. og Brewer Sewage contamination is a health threat. Local beaches have reported increased levels of Enterococci bacteria, which is an indicator of pathogens (disease-causing organisms) which cause diseases such as hepatitis, typhoid, cholera, dysentery, and gastroenteritis. Pumping sewage directly into the water also creates problems for fish and other aquatic life by lowering the oxygen level in the water. Plus, it’s illegal. The increasing number of boaters in Maine’s waters contributes to water quality problems. We can all do our part to eliminate pollution from local waters by using vessel pump-out facilities and adhere to the No Discharge Zone designation. Rumford osc 1 80 Winterport 81 Great Pond Calais Orono Bangor Richardson Lakes Big Lake What you can do! In complying with the letter and spirit of applicable laws and pursuing its own goals of diversity, the University of Maine System shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, including transgender status or gender expression, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, or veteran’s status in employment, education, and all other areas of the University System. The University provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. ve r Mooselookmeguntic Lake Andr Pe n o b s c o t R i ve r Open for pumpout locations in Maine ebec Ri Pushaw Lake R i ve r Gr an Ch d M an an ne an l Ke n n Pi Dover-Foxcroft sc ata q u i s R i ve r Maine Pumpout Stations Flagstaff Lake West Grand Lake Fecal contamination from the improper disposal of human waste during boating can make water unsightly and unsuitable for recreation, destroy shellfishing areas, and cause severe human health problems. This sewage can close the very beach your family likes to visit. Boaters should never discharge untreated sewage directly into the water, unless they are 3 miles or farther offshore. While on the boat, fecal matter and other solid waste should be contained in a U.S. Coast Guard-approved marine sanitation device (MSD). Upon return to shore, portable toilets should be emptied into approved shoreside waste handling facilities, and holding tanks should be discharged into approved pumpout stations. It is illegal to discharge raw sewage within 3 miles of the coast! All boats with an installed toilet must have a properly functioning MSD. It is illegal to discharge any sewage (treated or untreated) in a No Discharge Zone designation. If you know of any violations, report them immediately to the proper authority (local harbormaster or Maine DEP—see contact info). Greenville Baskahegan Lake x St Croi Schoodic Lake awa Maine now has a large area designated as a No Discharge Zone—Casco Bay. Matt Did you know that? Millinocket Boaters can play a large role in the solution to sewage pollution. I Install and properly use an MSD (preferably a holding tank) to keep raw sewage and chemicals out of the water. I Avoid using holding tank additives that contain formaldehyde, chlorine, or “preservatives,” as these chemicals can seriously harm marine life. I Learn how an MSD works, make sure it functions properly and that the waste is going into the holding tank and not into the water, and make repairs when necessary. Regularly maintain and clean the boat’s plumbing and venting system. I Use onshore restroom facilities when at the dock. If they are not adequate, boaters should encourage the dock operator to provide appropriate facilities. I If your boat does not have an installed toilet, pack out all waste. Bring portable toilets ashore for proper waste disposal. I Use pumpout facilities when available and Look for the ask for them if they are not. If you have Pumpout Sign questions about how to use the pumpout facilities, ask first (see info in sidebar: Proper Disposal of Boat Sewage). I Encourage the development of more pumpout stations, as well as portable toilet dump stations, and learn how to use them. I Use swim diapers on young children and dispose of used diapers in trash. Pick up after your pet and dispose of waste in trash or pet waste receptacle. Moosehead Lake I 4 There are pumpout boats located in Casco Bay, Boothbay Harbor, Camden and Bass Harbor. For information on pumpout boats contact: • The Friends of Casco Bay (207)799-8574: to schedule a pumpout, call (207)776-0136 • The Town of Boothbay Harbor (207)633-4220 (for information and pumpout service) • The Town of Camden Harbormaster (207)2367969 (for information and pumpout service) • Red Fern Pumpout Boat @ Up Harbor Marine 266-0270 (for information and pumpout service) Most of the pumpout boats monitor VHF Channel 9 or 16. …vessel sewage is 100-200 times more concentrated than domestic sewage. Jackman Did you know that… 3:12 PM …pathogens found in untreated sewage can cause extreme illness when ingested by humans. 7/11/07 …the amount of bacterial pollution from one weekend boater’s discharge of untreated sewage is equal to the amount from the treated sewage of 10,000 people during the same time period. HealthyBoating071107:Tabloid M illions Town/Waterbody Contact/Locationof people enjoy Maine’s Contact Phone Bangor/Penboscot River City ofcoastal beaches each year. Yet Bangor/City Dock 947-5251 Bar Harbor/Bar Harbor Bar Harbor Whale Watch/West Street 288-3322 Bath/Kennebec River City ofwater quality at these beaches is 443-8363 Bath/Public Landing 3 Beaver Cove/Moosehead Lake Beaver Cove Marina Mngmnt LLC/16 Coveside Road 695-3526 Belfast/Belfast Harbor threatened by a variety of sources—includ- 338-1142 Belfast Boatyard/Front Street Belfast/Belfast Harbor ing boats.ofBoat sewage, water Landing sinks City Belfast/City of Belfast Public from 338-3370 Boothbay/Linekin Bay Ocean Point Marina/East Boothbay 633-0773 and showers, cleaning products, spilled Boothbay Harbor Blake’s Boatyard 633-2729 Boothbay Harbor Brown’s Wharf 633-8110 fuel, trash, and the introduction of exotic 633-2922 Boothbay Harbor Carousel Marina/Boothbay Harbor Boothbay Harbor 633-2179 plants Signal Point Marina/Back River Roaddegrade and animals not only Boothbay Harbor Town of Boothbay Harbor/Mobile Boat 633-4220 Maine’s environment, but also prevent the 633-4434 Boothbay Harbor Tugboat Inn and Marina/Commercial Street Boothbay Harbor Cap’n Fish’s Marina/Wharf Street 633-3244 enjoyment of Maine’s recreational areas. Brunswick/New Meadows River New Meadows Marina/450 Bath Road 443-6277 Brunswick/Merepoint Bay Paul’s Marina 729-3067 Each one of us Bucksport/Penobscot River Bucksport Marina/88 Maine Street 469-7368 Camden/Camden Harbormust share the Town of Camden/Mobile Boat 236-7969 Camden/Camden Harbor Wayfarer Marine/Sea Street 236-4378 responsibility Casco/Sebago Lake Kettle Cove Marina/60 Marina Road 655-4775 Eliot/Piscataqua River for pollution Boat Club/Route 103 Great Cove 439-8872 Falmouth/Casco Bay Town of Falmouth/Falmouth Public Landing 781-7317 prevention.Boat Falmouth/Casco Bay Handy 781-5110 Farmingdale/Kennebec River Foggy Bottom Marina/Maine Avenue 582-0075 Sometimes it is Freeport/Casco Bay Brewer South Freeport Marine/South Freeport 865-3181 Freeport/Casco Bay as simple as Wharf/Main Street, South Freeport Strouts Point 865-3899 Georgetown/Riggs Cove Robinhood Marine Center/Robinhood 371-2525 Harpswell/Potts Harbor doing things a Services/Basin Point Road Dolphin Marine 833-6000 Harpswell/Orrs Harbor Great Island Boatyard 729-1639 little differently. Kennebunk/Kennebunk River Chicks Marina 967-2782 Kennebunk/Kennebunk Your use of clean boating practices can River Yachtsman Marina/47 Ocean Avenue 967-2511 Kennebunkport/Kennebunk River Kennebunkport Marina/Ocean Avenue 967-3411 Kittery/Piscataqua Riverresult in a cleaner Inc./48 Bowen Road for every- 439-9582 Dion’s Yacht Yard, environment Kittery/Piscataqua Riverone! We need every boater’s help to keep Island Marine Service/32 Route 236 439-3810 Kittery/Piscataqua River Kittery Landing Marina/4 Island Avenue 603-431-9557 Kittery/Piscataqua RiverMaine’s beaches clean and healthy! Shipyard 438-1280 MWR Marina/Seavey Island, Portsmouth Naval Machiasport/Bucks Harbor Town of Machiasport/Pettegrow Point Road 255-4516 Mount Desert/Northeast Harbor Clifton Dock/Clifton Dock Road 276-3378 Mount Desert/Northeast Harbor Town of Mt Desert/Mt Desert Town Landing, Sea St Marina 276-5737 Naples/Long Lake Causeway Marina/Route 302 693-3832 Naples/Bandy Pond Moose Landing Marina/Route 302 693-6264 Penobscot/Penobscot River Devereux Marine/Route 166 326-4800 Healthy Boating Equals Healthy Beaches Contact Information Town/Waterbody Map # Contact/Location Contact Phone 43 Sebasco Harbor Resort/Sebasco Estates 389-1161 Local Phippsburg/Sebasco Harbor harbormaster: Call the town office for 44 Pittston/Kennebec River Smithtown Marina/Smithtown Road 582-3153/441-6129 this contact information(see Maine City & Town 45 Portland/Diamond Cove Diamond Cove Marina/Great Diamond Island 766-5694 Search at http://www.maine.gov/local/). 46 Portland/Portland Harbor DiMillo’s Old Port Marina/Long Wharf 773-7632 47 Portland/Portland Harbor Maine Yacht Center/North of Tukey’s Bridge 842-9000 Maine Department of Environmental 48 Portland/Portland Harbor Portland 774-1067 Protection Pumpout Program Yacht Services 49 Raymond/Sebago Lake Panther Run Marina/1292 Roosevelt Trail 655-2722 Phone: (207)287-7905 50 Raymond/Sebago Lake Port Harbor 655-3845 E-mail: Pamela.D.Parker@maine.gov Marine, Inc./Jordan Bay Marina 51 Richmond/Kennebec River Nash Marina/Water Street 737-4401 www.MaineDEP.com Town of Richmond/Richmond 737-4305 To 52 Richmond/Kennebec River report a malfunctioning pumpout system, to Town Landing City of Rockland/Rockland get53 Rockland/Rockland Harbor pumpout station locations, or for questions Public Landing, Harbor Park 594-0312 54 Journey’s End Marina/Tilson Avenue 594-4444 aboutRockland/Rockland Harbor the Maine Pumpout Grant Program. 55 Rockland/Rockland Harbor Landings Restaurant/Commercial Street 596-6573 Maine Clean Boatyards & Marinas Program Street 56 Rockland/Rockland Harbor Rockland Harbor Boatyard/Front 594-1766 57 Saco/Saco River Camp Ellis Fish Pier/Camp Ellis 284-6641 Phone: (207)773-8725 58 Saco/Saco River Marston’s Marina/Glenhaven Circle 284-4899 E-mail: office@mmtaonline.com 59 South Bristol/Christmas Cove Coveside/Coveside Road, Christmas Cove 644-8282 Maine Healthy Aspasia Corp./Near East Marina 60 South Portland/Portland Harbor Beaches Program 767-3010 www.MaineHealthyBeaches.org 61 South Portland/Fore River City of South Portland/Public Landing 767-3201 The Maine Bay Healthy Beachesof Casco Bay/Mobile Boat Program is a 62 South Portland/Casco Friends 776-0136 partnership of the Maine Coastal Program 63 South Portland/Portland Harbor Planning Office, theOcean Street 799-8191 of the Maine State South Port Marine/14 University of Maine/Sea Grant, Marina/Spring Point Drive 64 South Portland/Portland Harbor Spring Point government 767-3213 agencies, and beach communities. It is fund65 South Portland/Portland Harbor Sunset Marina/Lilley Trust 767-4729 ed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the 66 Southport/Ebenecook Harbor Beaches Environmental Boothbay Region Boatyard/Ebenecook Road 633-2790 Assessment and Coastal Health Act of 2000. 67 Southwest Harbor Downeast Diesel & Marine/174 Clark Point Road 244-5145 68 Southwest Maine CooperativeGreat Harbor Marina/Apple Lane Dysart’s Extension/ 244-0117 University ofHarbor Sea Grant Harbor/Manset 69 Southwest Hinckley Company/130 Shore Road 244-5572 70 Southwest Harbor Southwest Boat 244-5525 Phone:(207)832-0343 or (800)244-2104Marine Service/Clark Point Road 71 Standish/Sebago Lake Richardson’s Marina/633 Whites Bridge Road 892-4913 E-mail: esp@umext.maine.edu 72 Stonington/Deer Isle Thorofare Billings Marine/Moose Island Road 367-2328 Maine Coastal Program 73 Thomaston/St. George River Lyman-Morse/Lyman-Morse Boatyard 354-6904 Phone: (207)287-1482 or (800)662-4545 74 Tremont/Bass Harbor Morris Yachts 244-5509 E-mail: paula.thomson@maine.gov Boat/Mobile Boat 75 Tremont/Bass Harbor Red Fern 667-1382 76 Tremont/Bass Harbor Up Harbor Marina 667-1382 Thank you for doing your Broad Cove Marine Service/Medomak Road part to protect 77 Waldoboro/Broad Cove 529-5186 Maine’s beaches and recreational waters! 78 Wells/Wehannet River Town of Wells/Harbor Road 646-5113 X219 79 Winter Harbor/Henry Cove Winter Harbor Marine/88 Sargent Street 963-7449 MSG-E-07-06 80 Winterport/Penobscot River Mid-Coast Marine/1076 N. Main Street 223-4781 NA060AR417108 3M 81 Winterport/Penobscot River Winterport Marina/49 Water Street 220-8885 82 Wiscasset/Wiscasset Harbor Town of Wiscasset Landing/15 Hadge Street 882-8220 83 Yarmouth/Royal River Royal River Boat Yard 846-9577 84 Yarmouth/Royal River Yankee Marina 846-4326 Short panel Short panel Back cover Keeping Sewage out of Maine’s Water Front cover To see details, click on images to view PDFs of work

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