Bringing together her love of ocean education and beach running, the Seacoast Science Center’s Development Director Nichole Rutherford, of York, Maine, is hosting a year-long video blog series that offers expert answers to common questions about coastal ecosystems. Dubbed the Ocean Runner, Nichole will appear in weekly video blogs tackling subjects from tides andRead More
#OceanRunnerNH, Nichole Rutherford, enlists Jen Kennedy, Executive Director and co-founder of the Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation, to inform us on what to do, and not do, if you see a lobster trap washed up on the shore.
Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation
To Report a Trap:
#OceanRunner Nichole Rutherford is running along the rocky beach at Odiorne Point State Park and spots what she thinks is a fast moving periwinkle. When she stops to take a closer look she discovers it is actually a hermit crab. Ocean Runner heads to the Seacoast Science Center to learn more from Program NaturalistRead More
Seacoast Science Center’s Nichole Rutherford introduces the new #OceanRunnerNH Video Blog. Follow the Ocean Runner as she runs along the coast of New Hampshire and Southern Maine to raise awareness of our ocean environment and promote ocean health. Filled with questions about what she sees along the way, the Ocean Runner looks to herRead More
Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals to be held April 23, 2016
#OceanRunnerNH, Nichole Rutherford, fills you in on the Seacoast Science Center’s Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals, to be held Saturday, April 23, 2016 at 9am sharp. Race, run or walk—the 5k trail brings you along the shore, over a historic militaryRead More