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A Warming Gulf of Maine Explained

A Warming Gulf of Maine Explained

A Warming Gulf of Maine Explained 04NOVEMBER, 2019Global WarmingMelting ArcticChanging Ocean CirculationIt is common knowledge that, over the course of the last decade, the oceans have been warming. During that time, the Gulf of Maine has warmed faster than 99% of the...

5 Reasons to Eat Gulf of Maine Seafood

5 Reasons to Eat Gulf of Maine Seafood

5 Reasons to Eat Gulf of Maine Seafood1NOVEMBER, 2019Gulf of Maine Seafood SustainabilityThe clean waters of the Gulf of Maine (GOM) produce an assortment of delicious, fresh seafood options. Seafood from our region is known around the world for its top quality across...

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Quahog Bay Conservancy

On Valentine’s Day, we would like to share our heartbreaking news.

On behalf of everyone at Quahog Bay Conservancy (QBC), please let us all wish Nicole Twohig good luck for the future and bid her a happy farewell as she purses graduate school. Nicole has been with QBC since 2016, serving as our Development and Conservation Director. Her passion for conservation and dedication to our organization has not only helped grow the conservancy from its infancy, but has helped to make Quahog Bay a better place.

We will miss Nicola Twig and wish all the best in her future endeavors. Happy Valentine's day, eat some Snow Island Oysters for Nicole!

#WeWillMissYou #SnowIslandOysters @ Quahog Bay Conservancy
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He was a bold man (person) that first ate an oyster. ~Jonathan Swift

Glad he or she did! ❤️🌊 #snowislandoysters
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QBC in the News

Island Creek Oyster Co. May 1, 2019

Maine Month: Meet Snow Island Oysters

Harpswell Anchor –  December 2018

The Protectors of Quahog Bay

Harpswell Anchor –  November 2018

Health of Harpswell’s Bays

Island Institute – November 19, 2018

Sea to soil: invasive crabs turn fields green

The Ellsworth American. October 27, 2018

Small oyster farms are big, big business

Bangor Daily News –  August 29, 2017

He bought the Maine island of his childhood and now he’s making its waters safe again

Bangor Daily News –  May 27, 2017

With clams under siege, Maine’s Casco Bay is seeing an oyster boom

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