Herring Gut is now accepting applications for the First Work Experience program. This program is a summer work experience for local teens. Teens will learn to be responsible employees while earning money at the Herring Gut campus in Port Clyde. Eligible teens must be between the ages of… Read More
    The F/V Leslie and Jessica and F/V Ella Christine of Port Clyde are fishing today for the next round of fresh, Maine shrimp as a part of the Northern Shrimp Cooperative Winter Sampling research program. Whole and picked shrimp will be available at Port Clyde Fresh Catch on… Read More
    Herring Gut is now accepting applications for the First Work Experience program. This program is a summer work experience for local teens. Teens will learn to be responsible employees while earning money at the Herring Gut campus in Port Clyde. Eligible teens must be between the ages of… Read More
    Herring Gut Learning Center invites the community to a Holiday Potluck & Open House on Thursday, December 8 from 5-7 p.m. on the Center’s campus at 59 Factory Road in Port Clyde. Please bring a dish to share for our annual holiday party. This year’s event will feature… Read More
    Students at Herring Gut Learning Center recently started a new initiative called the “Aquaponics Ambassadors” which is designed to spread their knowledge of aquaponics to different schools and classrooms. Middle school students in the RSU #13 Alternative Education program take classes at Herring Gut two… Read More
    PORT CLYDE — On Feb. 21, 10 coastal Maine teachers were given the opportunity to attend a full day workshop on incorporating aquaculture education into their classroom. The workshop was jointly developed by Hurricane Island Foundation, the Island Institute, and Herring Gut Learning Center and with funding from… Read More
    Middle school students in Herring Gut Learning Center’s seaweed aquaculture program were treated to a visit from Carly Weinberg of Dulse and Rugosa, a Maine-based company specializing in creating bath and beauty products from botanicals and seaweeds. Toting boxes of different oils, botanicals, seaweeds, soaps, and scrubs, Carly… Read More
    PORT CLYDE — Flatbread Pizza, 399 Commercial St., will hold a benefit for Herring Gut Learning Center 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 29. The restaurant will donate Herring Gut $3.50 for every large and $1.75 for every small pizza sold during those hours. In addition, Herring Gut… Read More
    Herring Gut Learning Center invites the community to a Holiday Potluck & Open House on Thursday, December 10 from 5-7 p.m. on the Center’s campus at 59 Factory Road in Port Clyde. Please bring a dish to share for our annual holiday party. This year’s… Read More
    Herring Gut Learning Center invites the community to a Holiday Potluck & Open House on Thursday, December 10 from 5-7 p.m. on the Center’s campus at 59 Factory Road in Port Clyde. Please bring a dish to share for our annual holiday party. This year’s event will feature… Read More
    PORT CLYDE, Maine — The Herring Gut Learning Center invites the community to a holiday potluck supper and open house 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 10, on the center’s campus, 59 Factory Road. Bring a dish to share. The event will feature live music and a special celebration of… Read More
    On Tuesday, December 8, Area Interfaith Outreach (AIO) Food Pantry, Herring Gut Learning Center, and the Jackson Memorial Library are co-sponsoring a film and discussion about hunger in Knox County. The event will be held at the Jackson Memorial Library in Tenants Harbor from 6-8 pm and will… Read More
    On Friday, October 24, four 8th grade students from the St. George School, their teachers, and Herring Gut educator Alex Brasili gave a presentation at the Maine Association for Middle Level Educators (MAMLE) Conference about their collaboration on developing the Port Clyde Fisheries Trail. Inspired by the Downeast… Read More
    Seventh grade students from Mrs. Meuse’s class experienced a place-based learning opportunity at Herring Gut Learning Center in Port Clyde on Monday, October 26th. The students are working on a project in cooperation with the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland to create a portion of an exhibit for the… Read More
    Students from Herring Gut Learning Center had the opportunity to visit UMaine’s Center for Cooperative Aquaculture Research (CCAR) in Franklin last week. CCAR is an aquaculture research and development facility whose goals are to assist the aquaculture industry in developing new technologies, provide expertise for aquaculture business incubation,… Read More
    On Wednesday, October 7, Mrs. Falla’s second grade class from the St. George School was treated to a visit from local marine patrol officer, Brandon Bezio, at Herring Gut Learning Center. Bezio talked to students and answered questions about the different aspects of his job, including enforcing laws… Read More