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During the past 15 years, development pressure has intensified in southern Maine.
Researchers lead efforts to help communities prepare for local impacts of climate change.
After decades of clean-up efforts, the Saco River Estuary is coming back to life.
Many towns in Maine are contending with growth while preserving open space and wildlife.
The ancient Wabanaki art form of woven basketmaking is put at risk by an invasive beetle.
Human activity is reducing water quality in many Maine lakes, threatening the economy.
Populations of an important fish, the alewife, have plummeted. Can they be brought back?
Can science help solve the problems of Mainers? Researchers and citizens seek solutions.