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With safety our priority, for the first time in 33 years the weekend after Labor Day will not be marked by exhibitors, volunteers, and visitors flocking to the Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival.
The Wells Reserve's education program is one of 29 within the National Estuarine Research Reserve System, collectively connecting hundreds of thousands of people to estuaries each year.
Join us for hands-on day camps, with seven miles of trails to discover as our outdoor classroom! Summer camps are for ages 6 to 15 and run from 9am-3pm, with both single day and week-long options. Financial aid is available!
Sue Bickford is honored with the NERRS Impact Award, while Jeremy Miller is recognized with the Technical Assistance Award.
Download the fall 2019 issue of the Watermark newsletter.
The Wells Reserve will receive about $250,000 over 2 years to study how warming coastal waters are affecting lobsters in the Gulf of Maine, as part of Sea Grant's American Lobster Initiative.
View the Summer 2019 issue of Watermark, our member newsletter.
The Reserve was recognized at The Wildlife Society's 25th annual conference, held in Cleveland last October.
Linda Littlefield Grenfell, an environmental educator at the Wells Reserve, completed hundreds of hours of training to earn certification through the Maine Master Naturalist Program.
A new path at Harbor Park in Wells provides the first fully accessible trail for the Wells Reserve.