2017 – 2018
The Friends of Scarborough Marsh (FOSM) is pleased to launch its inaugural 2017 – 2018 SCARBOROUGH MARSH LECTURE SERIES. The monthly series has been crafted to deliver a range of interesting lectures on topics that pertain to the Scarborough Marsh and its environs—ecology, geology, function (e.g., in art, economy, natural resource infrastructure, recreation), history, vulnerability. This season’s lectures cover subjects ranging from sea-level rise and oyster aquaculture to marsh birds and human history. 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.
Dr. Peter Slovinsky with the Maine Geological Survey will present the September 2017 lecture
Sea level Rise and the Scarborough Marsh
September 27, 2017
7:00 – 8:00 PM
Cabela’s Scarborough, Maine Store (100 Cabela’s Blvd.)
(follow the store signs to the lecture hall)
FOSM is very grateful to Cabela’s of Scarborough for hosting this month’s lecture.