Rain promises some of spring’s most welcome gifts. I walk back and forth along the camp road, anticipating. It’s only a matter of time until the annual flush of Chicken of the Woods will greet us with stunning layers of orange and yellow flesh. Found on dead and decaying hardwood species, the old oaks along …
Month: July 2022
The tide is out, the sky is blue, and a large group of Chewonki participants is gathered at our Waterfront. They toe the line where dry land transitions into squishy brown clay. Some faces tremble with anticipation, others look timidly across the mud expanse, and nearly everyone’s nose twitches (the mud flats produce a strong marine scent).
Congratulations to Maine Coast Semester 67 Alumna, Sophia Kovacs (Morse High School, Bath, ME), who recently completed Bigelow Laboratory’s Keller BLOOM Program. BLOOM (Bigelow Laboratory Orders of Magnitude) is a week-long ocean science-intensive that invites high school juniors to work side-by-side with Bigelow’s marine biologists.