The Viewer allows you to:
- Display habitats of conservation and restoration interest, like alewife, Atlantic salmon, sea-run rainbow smelt, wild eastern brook trout and tidal marshes.
- Display locations of dams and surveyed public road crossings that are barriers.
- Click on habitats and barriers to learn about their characteristics.
- Ask queries based on the geographic area and habitats of your choosing.
- Contact experts for technical assistance and funding information.
Welcome to your Stream Habitat Viewer. The Stream Habitat Viewer was created to enhance statewide stream restoration and conservation efforts. The Viewer provides a starting point for towns, private landowners, and others to learn more about stream habitats across the state. How it works. The Viewer displays habitats for several stream-dependent species important to Maine’s economy, ecology, and way of life. It also displays locations of dams and public road crossings, which can act as barriers to the movements of fish and wildlife. Where aging dams and road crossings block fish passage, funding is sometimes available to help find solutions. Use the "Contacts" list to learn more about the habitats displayed, funding sources, and Stream-Smart crossings. The Viewer helps bring people together to restore and conserve Maine’s natural heritage while looking for opportunities to ease the financial burdens of road and dam owners.
Stream-Smart Road Crossing Workshops posted February 11, 2015Where and When: Lewiston, Ramada Conference Center: February 26, 8:30-12:30
Rockland, Maine Lighthouse Museum: March 13, 8:30-12:30
Bar Harbor, MDI Biological Laboratory: March 26, 8:30-12:30
Augusta, Associated General Contractors of Maine: April 1, 8:30-12:30 These workshops cover road-stream crossing projects from site assessment to permitting and installation. The emphasis is on maintaining and restoring the streams habitat and economic values. For the workshop flyer, click here. The $35.00 registration fee includes a box lunch. Scholarships are available upon request. Register online at maineaudubon.org/stream-smart or click here for the registration form, to be completed and returned to Becca Wilson at email@example.com or 207-781-2330 x222. Space is limited, so please register soon.
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Stream-Smart Phase II Road Crossing Training posted October 9, 2014Where and When: Whitefield: Thursday, October 23rd (rain date: Oct. 24)
Saco: Thursday, October 30th (rain date: Oct. 31)
Bangor: Thursday, November 20th (rain date: Nov. 21) These field-based technical workshops are geared towards “road professionals” who’ve attended a Stream-Smart training, but they are open to all interested parties. For the workshop flyer, click here. The $35.00 registration fee includes a box lunch. Scholarships are available upon request. Register online at maineaudubon.org/stream-smart or click here for the registration form, to be completed and returned to Becca Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-781-2330 x222. Space is limited, so please register soon.
Stream-Smart Road Crossing Training posted January 13, 2014When: Monday, February 10th, 8:30 am 12:30 pm (Registration/check-in: 8:00 am)
Where: Maine Audubon, 20 Gilsland Farm Road, Falmouth, Maine