Maine oyster farmer stares down climate change, learns to adapt

Lisa Duchene
ostras de Maine

Mook Sea Farm prepares for ocean acidification, shellfish farming’s existential challenge Mook Sea Farm, on the Damariscotta River in mid-coast Maine, is adapting to risks associated with climate change. Photo courtesy of Mook Sea Farm. Bill Mook is juggling a lot these days. He’s running Mook Sea Farm, a thriving business based on the Damariscotta…

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  • Lisa Duchene

    Lisa Duchene

    Lisa Duchene is a freelance conservation science writer, editor and communications consultant based in central Pennsylvania. She has written about the marine environment for more than two decades.