Boothbay Register shares Darling Marine Center program for high school students 

The Boothbay Register reported that Sarah Risley, a University of Maine graduate student based at the Darling Marine Center, will lead a team of high school students in green crab surveys this fall as part of an ongoing community science research program in the Damariscotta River estuary. The data that students collect will be used to help inform future management by the Damariscotta-Newcastle Shellfish Committee in coordination with the Maine Department of Marine Resources. Interested high school students can apply by completing the form found at