This summer we are hosting small science seminars on site at the Darling Marine Center, talks will also be available virtually.
The events are free but tickets are required for entry to the in-person event, and registration is required to join the live webinar.
With Dr. Damian Brady Professor of Oceanography and Associate Director for Research and Graduate Studies UMaine School of Marine Sciences
Recent changes to the supply and demand of sea scallops in the US has created an opportunity for Maine aquaculture farmers. Dr. Brady will discuss the challenges that Maine farmers face as they attempt to take advantage of new market dynamics, particularly as they relate to the biology and economics of sea scallop aquaculture. There are reasons to believe that scallop aquaculture can diversify and add resilience to Maine’s working waterfronts.