All of Our Events Are Now Online

To limit potential exposure to the Coronavirus, we’ve moved all events online! Bookmark this page to find out about upcoming webinars. Did you miss a recent webinar? Visit our YouTube channel to watch recordings of all of our past webinars, at your convenience.

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Watch Our Webinars

Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, NRCM has offered a variety of webinars on issues like the CMP corridor, renewable energy, Atlantic Puffins, tours of ecomaine, the Maine Climate Council, the Wolfden mining proposal, & more. We are pleased to be able to offer recordings of all of these webinars to you to watch at a time that works best for you. Visit NRCM's YouTube channel to view more than 30 webinars related to our work to protect the nature of Maine.

Photo courtesy of the Telling Room

Zoom In: Earth Day Youth Poetry Reading & Discussion

Thursday, April 22, 12:00-1:00 p.m.

Please join NRCM and The Telling Room for a special Earth Day celebration with young Maine poets reading their original work inspired by Maine’s environment. We hope you’ll join us to hear their poetry followed by a thought-provoking conversation moderated by Samaa Abdurraqib from the Indigo Arts Alliance. This event is free but advance registration is required.

Kennebec River in Skowhegan. Photo by Sam Horine

Zoom In: Saving Atlantic Salmon by Removing Dams on the Kennebec

Monday, April 26, 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Atlantic salmon are on the brink of extinction and their survival depends on further restoration of the Kennebec River. Please join us to learn about an exciting opportunity to save the Atlantic salmon by removing dams from the Kennebec River. You’ll hear from Maine scientists, fishermen and women, and a member of Maine’s tribal community. The event is free but advance registration is required.

Blackburnian Warbler by Pam Wells

Zoom In: "Birds of Maine" Book

Wednesday, May 5, 12:00-1:00 p.m.

The recently published Birds of Maine is the legacy of a lifetime of work by the late ornithologist Peter Vickery. Diagnosed with a terminal illness, Peter assembled a small team of Maine's top ornithologists as co-authors to complete the project. Barbara Vickery, Peter’s wife and life partner, as well as co-managing editor of Birds of Maine, will be joined by Jeff Wells, Vice President of Boreal Conservation for National Audubon and one of the book’s co-authors to share the story of the book’s creation and content, an overview of the conservation status of Maine’s birds, and some ideas on how all of us can contribute to bird conservation. The event is free but advance registration is required.

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