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Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment

Service Provider Description
The Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment is a U.S./Canadian
partnership of government and non-government organizations working to maintain
and enhance environmental quality in the Gulf of Maine to allow for sustainable
resource use by existing and future generations. They organize conferences and
workshops; offer grants and recognition awards; conduct environmental
monitoring; provide science translation to management; raise public awareness
about the Gulf; and connect people, organizations, and information.

To support its Action Plan goals and advance the work of allied organizations,
the Council conducts and funds a wide variety of projects, including
conferences, environmental monitoring, publications, grants, and awards. Some
examples are listed below. Many additional activities are conducted through the
Council's committees and partner organizations. For a list of projects, see

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