Darling Marine Center annual science seminars continue July 29 and August 12

The Darling Marine Center will host its second and final annual science seminars from 10:30–11:15 a.m. on July 29 and Aug. 12. 

On July 29, Damian Brady, professor of oceanography and associate director for research and graduate studies at the School of Marine Sciences, will discuss the development and future of scallop aquaculture in the Gulf of Maine.

On Aug. 12, Keith Kanoti, manager of university forests at the School of Forest Resources, will discuss the University of Maine Forest Office that manages 14,500 acres of forestland owned by the University of Maine and the University of Maine Foundation across the state. The discussion will include a review of the Darling Marine Center forest management plan, prepared in 2017 by School of Forest Resources graduate student Todd Douglass.

For more information about the talks and how to obtain free tickets to attend in person or register to join virtually via Zoom, please visit the Darling Marine Center’s Science Seminar Series website.