Kohl Kanwit running a lobster past the
field detector. If the lobster has been previously marked using an individually
coded microwire tag the detector emits a high pitched "beep".
Photo by Diane Cowan.
The Lobster Conservancy's mission is to strive to sustain a thriving lobster fishery through science and community. Our newsletter keeps TLC members and volunteers informed of our research, education and outreach activities.
| Dec: ||Wrap up for 2000.|
| Oct: ||Funding for new sites, more press.|
| Sep: ||New board member, map of active sites, International Lobster Conference.|
| Aug: ||Volunteer Appreciation Day. Service-learning project with Hurricane Island Outward Bound School.|
| Jul: ||Postlarval settlement in Massachusetts, new volunteers in NH and ME, and more.|
| Jun: ||More NH volunteers, lobster condos at the lab.|
| May: ||More volunteers in Massachusetts, Testing 'pit tags', and more.|
| Apr: ||The 2000 season starts, New sites in ME, NH, and MA, and News from the Pound.|
| Mar: ||First winter at the Lab, Results of last year's census, Mapping the pound, and more.|
| Nov: ||Progress at theLab, volunteer monitoring wraps up, holiday gift ideas.|
| Aug: ||The Lab continues to develop, results of volunteers' efforts.|
| Jul: ||Lobsters found in eel grass, new NH volunteers, TLC at Friendship Day, and lots more.|
| Jun: ||Life on Friendship Long Island, volunteer research, and other news.|
| May: ||1999 Monitoring program, TLC's move to Friendship, Maine Lobster Festival.|
| Feb: ||TLC acquires lobster pounds, greetings from the new Executive Director, upcoming events.|
Dave Johnson's lobster boat piled high with traps
coming in for the winter. Photo by Diane Cowan.