Starting in September, join us to learn about ‘Marsh Inhabitants’, including birds, insects, fish and shellfish, plants and flowers, aboriginal peoples, geological history and more. You will come away from each lecture with greater appreciation for Maine’s largest salt marsh and its vital place in our society and ecosystem.
This season we are excited to be holding our lectures in Bessey Commons, the recently renovated 1927 Elwood G. Bessey School building at One Bessey Commons Drive in Scarborough, which is listed on the National Historic Register. Bessey Commons is an example of excellence in preservation, a perfect location to promote the preservation of the Scarborough Marsh. Watch for the listing of dates and topics, and see you in September!