The beaver is the animal generating the most nuisance wildlife complaints at the office of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife here in Maine, but beavers also create quality wildlife habitat for other species.… Read more.
Bruce, a detective sergeant with more than twenty-seven years in law enforcement, is the author of the John Byron Mystery Series from HarperCollins Publishers.… Read more.
In conjunction with this month’s exhibit in the Stier Family Gallery, “Fort Williams: First Person,” Molly Holmberg Brown returns for two map-making workshops on Thursday, May 25, one for adults, and one for kids in grades 5 and up.… Read more.
Celebrate Mexico with this screening of a one-of-a-kind indie music experience! Torreblanca is a Mexican indie band known for its unique, fresh sound that folds in the members’ diverse musical backgrounds and its collaborative spirit.… Read more.
Science and the opinions of scientists are increasingly under attack. Why is this, and what can we learn from the public perception of science and scientific research?… Read more.
Dr. Leroy M. Rowe received his Ph.D. in history from the University of Missouri. Professor Rowe’s research and teaching interests focus on the social and political experiences of African Americans during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries with an emphasis on race, gender, and sexuality.… Read more.