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Here readers will find archived Herring Gut news stories (in-house and press coverage) with accompanying photos. Stories cover many of the programs offered at the center. If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact us.

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Herring Gut Learning Center

03/03/2014
Herring Gut Now Accepting Applications for First Work Experience
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 and participating in a safe summer activity at the Herring Gut campus in Port Clyde. Eligible teens must be between the ages of 13-15 and go to school in RSU #13 or live in the district. Read more...


Herring Gut Learning Center

02/11/2014
Sign Up Now for our 2014 Summer Courses for Educators!
Herring Gut Learning Center is pleased to be hosting two multi-day Professional Development courses at our waterfront campus in Port Clyde. Come to the beautiful coast of Maine for your professional development this summer! We will again be offering our popular Introduction to Aquaponics course as well as a Lobster Investigations course. Read more...


Herring Gut Learning Center

01/24/2014
Maine-Raised California Yellowtail Available February 6
On February 6th, Herring Gut Learning Center students will be harvesting and selling fresh California Yellowtail. This fish was grown by RAS Corp. in an indoor system in Franklin, Maine . Read more...


Herring Gut Learning Center

01/16/2014
School of Roots Mini Market Up and Running
A bountiful crop of bibb and romaine lettuce is growing in the aquaponics greenhouse at Herring Gut. Carefully tended to by the School of Roots Alternative Education class, the lettuce has thrived and is a brilliant green in the middle of January . Read more...


Herring Gut Learning Center

01/02/2014
Congratulations to the 2013-2014 School of Roots Officers
Herring Gut Learning Center's resident student-run business, School of Roots, held elections before Winter Break to determine who would be the business's officers for the remainder of the school year. Each student wrote, edited, and gave a speech explaining why they should be elected to their desired position. Will, a second-year student, was voted in as SOR President with a nearly unanimous vote. Fish Room Manager was the most competitive position, with three students giving speeches and hoping to win that position. Carl, a second-year student, was voted in by his peers after explaining how much he loves to work with the fish and how dedicated he would be to that position. Assistant Fish Manager, Alex, explained his positive work ethic by describing a time when he was given the task of picking up all the small biobeads on the floor of the fish hatchery. "I finished the job, even though I really didn't want to do it. I did it anyway because it was my job." Read more...


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