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The Wrack

The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.

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  • Meet the Summer 2020 Interns

    | August 26, 2020 | Filed under: Culture

    Four determined and ambitious emerging scientists—Phoebe Oehmig, Amanda Giacchetti, Christopher Ring, and Katrina Zarrella Smith—spent their summers contributing to research at the reserve.

  • Environmental Educator Certified as Maine Master Naturalist

    | April 16, 2019 | Filed under: News

    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.

  • Watermark, Summer 2016

    | September 1, 2016
    In the summer 2016 issue of Watermark: More Than the Sum of Its Parts Nik's Notebook Teachers Collect Ideas for New Student Projects June Ficker, Ever Enlightening A New Era …
  • In It for the Long Run

    | July 23, 2015

    Jeremy Miller holds daughter Camille and water testing instrument in the research lab.

    Jeremy Miller embraces the long view. His projects depend on it. As lead technician for our system-wide monitoring program (SWMP), as state coordinator for monitoring marine invasives (MIMIC), and as lead scientist on the reserve’s larval fish study, Jeremy adds pieces to puzzles without predefined shape. He knows that patterns begin to emerge only after years of methodical, meticulous data collection.

  • Laudholm Trust Names New President

    | April 1, 2014 | Filed under: News

    A wild turkey of the species Meleagris gallopavo has been hired as the new president of Laudholm Trust, the local nonprofit partner of the Wells Reserve at Laudholm, according to Goose Read, chairman of the Trust's Brood of Defectors.

  • Close Finish in 9th Annual Reserve Cup

    | October 29, 2013

    The ninth annual Reserve Cup was October 24, a bright day with a brisk breeze and a temperature decidedly cooler than the 2012 event. Despite several golfers needing knit hats or winter coats, attendance remained strong for this good-natured competition among staff and volunteers. For most, it's their sole golf outing of the year and they don't like to miss it.

  • Fore! 8th Annual Reserve Cup

    | October 23, 2012

    Teeing offIn mid October, after the hectic field season ends and with September's major events a fading memory, many of us start to anticipate the allstaff email from Tin and Jeremy announcing a date for the annual Reserve Cup. A week and a half ago they picked today for our early escape from the office. It's hard to imagine they could have chosen a more gorgeous autumn afternoon for the pilgrimage.

  • Lamprey River and Great Bay NERR Field Trip

    | May 12, 2011

    For the past few years, the staff at the Wells Reserve and Laudholm Trust have taken a springtime day trip to places with missions similar to our own. It's great to get out together to see how others meet challenges big and small. Yesterday's focus was on the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in New Hampshire. Our two Reserves are constantly collaborating, but this was a good chance to broaden and deepen the relationship.

  • Joyeux Anniversaire, Karen

    | November 28, 2007 | Filed under: Culture

    A song for Karen Stathoplos.

  • New Education Coordinator appointed at Wells Reserve

    | October 31, 2006
    We're pleased to share the news that Sarah Jolly is the new Education Coordinator for the Wells Reserve. Sarah joined the Reserve in March 2005 as an environmental educator and has been responsible for a range of interpretive education programs. During this time, she worked closely and effectively with her predecessor, Laura Lubelczyk. Sarah has a degree in biology from Earlham College and a master's degree…