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Third Thursdays with Maine Coast Heritage Trust - Shared screen with speaker view
Bill Webster
28:08
Visited Clarke Island near Tenants Harbor two weeks ago. The island has fantastic trails. I do wish it had better water access, but I highly recommend a visit. Thank you, MCHT.
Ceci Danforth
29:17
Thanks Bill! I hear you on the water access for boats - but it's fabulous for taking kids wading at low tide. That beautiful sandy beach on the left of the causeway!
Ceci Danforth
44:40
Type your questions here at any time and we'll have time to answer them at the end.
Seth Levy
50:57
You're welcome to enter questions in the chat!
Bridget Saltonstall
51:35
is there a marsh area identified in the Bagaduce River?
Camie Barrow
52:12
This is a very cool, forward thinking initiative!
Bill Webster
53:01
It looked like you have identified a number of areas in the Georgetown/Arrowsic area. Can you commit on this area?
Tom Armstrong
53:18
Can you elaborate on the “blue carbon” sequestering topic and how Maine is measuring it’s potential?
Richard Dunne
53:44
great presentation! Thank you
Philip Ryan
54:51
In this marsh migration what changes occur to the aquatic life
Rodney Rowland
55:20
Any idea if marshland can help mitigate ground water intrusion as it does surface water flooding from sea level rise. Thank you
Gabrielle Brodek
56:20
Hi from WA county! Do you or Maine Coast Heritage Trust participate in community/citizen science projects that get youth involved in helping collect data related to marsh migration?
Bundy Boit
56:22
If wild apple or pine trees line the edge of the marsh, do we assume the salt water will kill those trees so the marshes can expand into their territory? The dead trees then will just lie there on the marshes?
Arthur W. Gregg
01:04:21
i assume that you are destroying the dikes and filling the ditches to restore what the farmers did years ago. how are you doing that—bulldozing the dikes into the ditches?
Gabrielle Brodek
01:04:42
Awesome, thank you!
Barbara Vickery
01:05:14
Is it likely that areas that are currently salt marsh will become tidal mudflats in the face of 3.9’ SLR? That’s not all bad - shorebirds will be happy
Bundy Boit
01:07:39
Thanks, Jeremy.
Mary Theresa Webb
01:08:32
great presentation.
Seth Levy
01:09:50
As a person who fell into a significant ditch at Cousins River, I appreciate this question!
Tom Armstrong
01:09:54
Great presentation, Jeremy! Thank you!
Bridget Saltonstall
01:09:55
Excellent presentation! Thank you, Jeremy.
Barbara Vickery
01:10:08
If we have follow up questions can we email Jeremy?
Ceci Danforth
01:10:34
YEs! Please email Jeremy at jgabrielson@mcht.org
Ceci Danforth
01:11:12
We'll be sending you an email tomorrow with the link to the recording too and you're welcome to reply to that and I'll set you up with the proper person.
Barbara Vickery
01:11:21
Thank you!
Ginny Ryan
01:11:27
Thank you. Very informative presentation.
Benjamin Barnes
01:12:10
Thank you for an informative hour. Great format.
diane bartholomew
01:12:24
thanks so much. much to plan for.
Ceci Danforth
01:12:25
Please share the recording. Thank you!