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Beach Profiling
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Beach Profiling

$9

with Jacob Aman

Calendar Sep 13, 2017 at 5 pm
Beach profiling is a simple surveying technique used to measure the impacts of coastal erosion. Learn how citizen science is tracking sand erosion at beaches from York to Scarborough since 1999 through monthly data collection and collaboration with state and university researchers. This data is used to help beach management make decisions at the local and state level, and the data is shared at the annual Maine Beaches Conference. Find out how it’s done and how you can get involved as a volunteer. INSTRUCTOR: Jake Aman has been working at the Wells Reserve since 2008. He manages fisheries-related monitoring and restoration projects and works with volunteers to monitor coastal environmental conditions in Southern Maine.

Hunter Safety
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Hunter Safety

$10

with Steve Rand

Calendar Sep 14, 2017 at 6:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

To legally hunt in Maine, you must complete a Hunter Safety class. This course has 3 parts that lead to certification: class meeting, home study and the range day. After the initial class, you will complete your assignments at home using an independent study guide and corresponding website. Estimated home study time is 15 hours. Submit your assignments on range day, along with an assembled survival kit. You must attend both classes and pass the final test with a minimum score of 70% to earn your certificate. Range day is Sat., Sept. 23, at the North Berwick Rod and Gun Club. Minimum participation age is 10. Please call 646-4565 to register. INSTRUCTOR: Steve Rand is active in the Rod and Gun Club and is very concerned about firearms safety. He teaches Hunter Safety in area adult education programs.

Minimum age for participation is 10.





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